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Bega Temperance Hall Company Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Bega Temperance Hall Company Limited. The first amnual general meeting of shareholders was hold at tho School of Arts, on Tuesday, 27tli March, Mr. Goo. Haslingdou in tho chair. Tho balance sheet showed the receipt to bo £201 2s Id, which was balanced by tho expenditure. The directors' report recommended that steps should at onco bo taken to sell tho unallotted shares, nud proceed with the erection of tho building vigorously. To tms end, it would bo desu'able to appoint some eligible person as managor of tho Company. The auditors' report set forth that the accounts were correct in e.ccord nnco with the Act of Incorporation. The balance sheet, auditors', and directors reports were adopted. It was necessary, in terms of tho Companies' Act, that two of the directors should retire, aud Messrs. Kier and McCarthy were electod in tlicir stead. A strong feeling was expressed in favor of proceeding with tho erection of tho building, as there was au undoubted need for such a hall in Bega, as ...

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

Cooma Quarter Sessions. Co urt opened on Tuesday last, Judge ALcramiiu presiding. Thomas lvjJ-Vwas charged with horse stealing, tlie - Ase occupying the greater part of the day. The affair originated in a deal or exchiinfro. the prisoner getting the horse and failed to bring two bullocks J , -- , u ;UUT\v;irus returning the horse. The jury disagreed, nino being tor acquittal aud three for convic tion, ami were discharged. Prisoner was released on bail, to apjioar again at next Sessions. An aboriginal charged with assaulting a woman at Kiaudra, was found ' not guilty,' and discharged. John Sailor, arraigned for horse steal ing, was lound guily of il legally using, and sentenced lor lour months in Cooma, gaol. Edward Costello was chargcd with assault on a young woman named Haw kins. Prisoner, who was ably defended by Mr. () Mara, was found guilty and sentenc^to five years with hard labor. The Judge remarked on the enormity of the offence, and implied that but for evidence, of prisoner...

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

Bermagui. ( From our own Correspondent.') This is getting quite a flourishing little seaport, with our two saw mills at work, new buildings going up, and a new vessel being laid down. The vessel is beiug built by a company, but they mean to go through with it properly. Mi-. Gilbert Mowntt is tho shipwright, aud they could not find a more competent man — ho built ? i-i... l ? , ...i ? , i.„ ...... ... : ? UIIO .11 UUU trade, nt Tomakin, tho ' Queen.' Tho Alico May is lying nt tho mouth of tho river wind-bound. She has a fresh load of timber, bark, and dairy produco. There are some tliousauds of bags of bark lying hero waiting shipment. Mr. T. Appleby has just finished a largo bark store and jetty. The store is capable of holding 2000 bags. He is now building another which will hold about 1000J bags. It used to bo ' there is noting like leather,' but I think there is nothing like bark. However it is a very easy transition from bark to leather, you certainly can't havo tho leather with...

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

SHIPPING AT EDEK. Coiunsa, N. Lnngford, March, 18th 1883 11 cases, A. Anderson ; 2 bundles bedsteads, 1 copper, 1 pkgc doors, T M. Drynnn ; lease, 1 bundle spades, lbundlc forks, 1 bundle rakes, F. Deversi ; 3 cases, 1 keg shot, 90 bogs sugar. T. H. Lightbody ; 1 liny cutter, E. Jonas; 1 ? InHirt inob 1 ulata. MAY pjiindle shaft, 3 wheels, 2 coils belting, 1 case oil, 1 case, 2 tins paint, 4 bearings, 1 roller nnd lever, 4 forgings, Harrison ; 0 sheets gal vanized iron, (J. Nicholson; 1 trunk, lparoel, A. Anderson ; and other goods for Eden nnd Towambn. Passengers, Revd. Mr. Dunkely, nnd Mf. and Mrs. Brassington. Tasman, Eden to Sydney, 21st Starch, 188S, 4 bales wool, 4 cases fruit, 1 crate poultry. Tnsmiin, Eden to Hobart, 14th March, 8 bags oysters, shipper T. J. Robins. Sumut, 18th SI Alien. Steamer Corinna arrived from Sydney, nt 2.30. p.m., and sailed for Launceston, nt 4 p.m.

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

Wolumla Items. AVrrn couuter attractions on Easter Mon day, our races were a success, and the brave six hundred who honored us with their presence appeared to havo heartily enjoyed themselves. Wolumla exhibitors at the Bega Show scored a win with their butter and cheese getting first and third prizes. We hopo that Messrs. Osborne and Black may again to the fore next year. AVe were beginning to groan for rain, bnt got some grand showers a dav or two ago. I see oue of our Wolnmla peds. Mr. Alex. McGrory, did his duty at the Bega sports by taking the tape in the Maiden Plate. AVe are proud of Alex, and hope he will take the big money next time. Mr. Charles AA'alsli has just about finished a new building for carrying on the cooperage business. Get up your sign ' old man' and you will soon be among tlie butter kegs. By the local Press I see we are likely . to have another new pub. This means another new building — a new broom sweeps cleau — they say. The programmes for the dances to be u...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] CHEESE[?]ING (To the Editor of the Bega Stanford.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Original Correspondence. [Wc do not identify ourselves mth Vie opinions pV pressed by coiry^fcidcnts. ] cheeseb^Btng. (To the Editor of th^mga Stnndard.l Snt, — I notice in your issue of the 17th iust., a statement made by Mr. W. AYren to tlie effect that Messrs. Stevenson amj Kennedy wore tho fmgfcitroducers of the A American method manufacture 1 into this district. ^Plfto infonn Mr W.' I Wren that I havoTjeen manufacturing M cheese on that system, or at Rogers and myself, for the last^^^^^M^^V think that was a few Stevenson * district. . on did then. I to \ Cheddar, Somcrs^^^^^^^^^k

Social Re-union, [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Social onwsidNAT. CM Ox Easter Monday nigl. social 4^iion coA o(f\ reasMPTTs the want of a )la^ musician. It is well knnn-f'- vocalists, both ladies anil gem, sidcr instrumental accompuui^^^^^HHH absolute 'necessity. Tin's beiu-^9^^|H|l thanks of the committee aro m pecial manner due to the ladies andHif gentlemen, who, notwithstanding tlioH absence of inusic, consented to favor Iho^^HlV audience with a specimen of tlicir skill as ^|] vocalists. After a lew songs had been 1 rendered refreshments were handed round. »lj The room was then cleared and dancing [ commenced, and was continued without I intermission, except, for refreshments ! again, until daylight. There were a ' large number of visitors present, who, notwithstanding the collapse of tho first part of tho programme, apppoarcd to * enjoy themselves thoroughly It is bv such meetings as these, when well con ducted, that good ieeh,w :ln.l kiudlv in tercom^ are kept ahve ; aud ifonemav judijO fiom the many expressions of satis f...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

Tub road expenditure for tlie coming season is about up to the average, and one or two new items appear in the schedule, Tlie old and well-worn idea of . small votes when roads require most, increasing as there is less need for ex nnnHitniv* ic still novciefnrl in .nisi 4-l.Jt r''''''! rv'''^u outcome of the colony's day of chronic insolvency — a day not so very far off in the past — is productive of heavy loss, and the system should have long since have been replaced by a better one. To illustrate our meaning we will take tbe new roads Bega to Brogo, and Candelo to Colombo. Both these roads traverse » country that needs immediate aud extensive work to make a traffic way over. With the small grants at com mand of the Road Superintendent only emergency works can be contracted for, and as years go on these works are superseded by others that should have been first put in hand ; and, as is the case on the Tantawanglo Mountain, miles and miles of road, constructed at a considerable cost...

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

Shipping, W 1 LLAAYARU.Y STEA MS AVXG AT ION \ COMPANY. * THE New Serev Steamship ALLOW IUFj uv KAMEKUKA will leave -.is fol lows: — l?m»s Syhxev every Wehsisiuys and Sat ?VI1DAVS, .at 10 A M., Kw:n every Satvv.havs and Tvf.siuys, at S for Passengers. „ Mkkimih'I.a every SvmuiAY. axii Tvksday, at 9. Jit). a.m. for P.ls^nn- j gers. ,, Tatiika every Katii:iiay and Tiesiiay, at. II a. lu- fur Passengers. ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken on board the (lav previous, viz., FKIDAY and MO.VDAY Fares and Freights at Lowest Lites. Freight for Dead AVeight and Measure ment. -0s. per Ion. Xo Charge for Meals 011 Board during passage. ' ? Agext at ^TKKiMin'i.A — Mr. A- T. OIRSON. Enr.v— Mr. HUBERT KEON. Taiiiha— Mr. G. B. MEYER. rpASMAXIAX STEAM XAVI X CATION' COMPANY. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS TASMAN AND CORINNA PARKS— Saloon (single) £2 ; Return, £3; Return Tickets available for One Month ; i^tcerngc, i'L First-class Accommodation. No Charge for Meals. Freight, £l per ton 'Weight or [Measure ment....

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Sunday. Fenians threaten to destroy the General Post Office by means of dynamite unless the Phoenix Park murderers are imme diately released. Zoedone won the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase. Apache Indians massacred fifty whites of New Mexico, in adjoining territory. Louise Michel, n well-known female Socialist, was arrested in France. detachment of the Coldstream Guards should be sent on special duty to both Houses of Parliament. The Speaker in the House of Commons vetoed the pro posal. Euglaud and Spain have come to an agreement in regard to Cuban refugees. Two of the latter will be released, but Maceo still remains iu the bauds of the Spanish authorities as a prisoner of war. Serious affray occurred between the Russian Police aud some Nihilists ; many on both sides wounded ; oue Nihi list committed suicide ; but eventually eight arrested, and a considerable quan tity of dynamite was seized. LONDON, Sunday. French Minister for War suppressed cer...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL, 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 April 1883

OUE TELEGRAMS. [from our Tckgrnphir, Corrctpondentt .] SYDNEY. Aprit. 2. The schooner Colleen Dims grounded on the north bauk of chanuel, Ballina, yes terday. The steam tug Fenwick went to her assistance but touched on the bank and foundered. The crews of both vessels Were saved. Customs revenue for quarter ending Marfih. show an innrnasn nf ^9/2.100 nn corresponding period of last year. Califoruian mail steamer Zealandia, arrived at Auckland on Saturday night, a day and a half iu advance of contract time. Movement started for the formation of a Federal Geographical Society, the opera tions to be extended over the unexplored countries in our part of the southern hemisphere. Quarterly revenue returns in Victoria show a decline of £07,000 on correspond ing quarter of last year ; but the whole year shows a gain of £80,000. South Australian revenue returns show a satisfactory increase. Extraordinary revelations of exorbitant rates of interest demanded by money lenders were made in the I...

Singular Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Singular Robbery. Tim Herald's telegram says : — 'Intel- ligence of a singular case of robbery under arms, with intimidation, is re ported from Talbot, in connection with which a man named Hobert Catlier wood, son of an old resident of that town, has been arrested. Ou the even v. tin. -uun uuwiuei la&i, uie nouse of Mr. Tlieophilus Bartlemoie, J.P., a reputedly wealthy quartz-reefer, who lives alone ill an isolated pari of the town, was entered by a man wearing n crape mask, who presented a revolver at Llartleinore's head and demanded his money. Ilartlemore had a considerable sum in tho house at the time, aud seeing tliar. resistance was useless, he took £18 from a safe and gave it to the intruder, who then left, after threaten ing lie would shoot him if lu; ever made the robbery public. Standing in fear of this threat, Bartlemore did uot report the affair until the 3rd instant, when he fonnd a letter under his door, in which tlie writer stated he owed him £18, but required ...

Government Gazette Notices. INVOCATION OF TEMPORARY RESERVES [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Government Gazette Notices. liEVOCATIOX OF TEMPORARY RE SERVES. Pari of lesi'i vt! No. 172. County of A uck laiul, parisli of Wolmnla, aruu 2 ] ni.'t'cs. Tii at. part of camping reserve I No. 17^, iiotilieil ISth October, 1872, j inrlinlp.l in jiortiou No. 201, public school site, as shown in plan catalogued P.'J17-1,078, .'Surveyor-General's Ollice.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

TIME TABLE of the ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of the Mailn nt Bejja Post Oflicc, from l«t September, 1SS2. Mnils from Sydney (overland), Daily, (Tuesday ex rcptcd}. nt 6.;» p.m. | Goulbnrn, JJniiilwoixl, Moruya, Karobodnlla, Cobaifto nod lirogo, Daily (Tuesday cxccptcd) ut 5.30 p.m. Wollongonff and Sydney (per ftoonier), Thursday, time uncertain. Cundclo, Knuicrukd, &c., Monduy, Thursday, and Sntur-luyt nt 7.90 p.m. HogiUa, Monday, ut 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain, via Cundclo, Moiiduy und Thurs day, nt 7.81) p.m. Brown Mountain. viu Numbu^pn, Sundwy, G.30 p.m, Eden, l'Htibiilu, Mcrinibula, Woluiula, Tuesday and FHdny, ut2.au p.m. Coomii, Uombuliv, und Monuro District, Sunday at G.30 p.m. ; Tuesday nnd Friday, *J.30 p.m. : Satur day, 7.80 p.m. Tunju/tNclsoii), Monday, ut 3,30 p.m. „ HKSIMTCIIKK. Mails for Sydney (overland), Daily (Thursday ex cepted) nt 10 p.in, Goulburn, Uruidwood, Moruya, Eurobodnlln, Cobargo and llropo, Daily (Thursday oxccpted) 9.30 p.m. Sydney and Wolionponp(perpto...

RESERVE FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY AND CAMPING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

RESERVE FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY AND CAMPING. No. 830. County of Auckland, parish of PericDe, at tlie White Gums Flat, aica G40 acres. The Crown Lands within the followiiig boundarios : Com mencing 20 chains east of tho crossing ol the track from Nangntta to Towam ba with the right bank of the Pericoe Creek, said cossing being situated about loo chains in direct distance south-westerly from the south-east cor ner portion of No. 7, thence bounded on part of the east by a line bearing north 2o chains ; thence on the north liv a line bearing west SO chains: thenee on the west by a line bearing south So chains ; thence on the south by a line bearing east SO chains; and thence oil tlie remainder of the cast by a line bearing north 55 chains, to the point of commencement. No. 840. County of Auckland, parish of Genoa, Nangutta Ron, area about C20 acres. The Crown Lauds withiu the following boundaries : Commencing oa the right bank of Nangutta Creek, at the north-east corner of Alexander ...

RESERVE FROM SALE FOR WATER SUPPLY AND ACCESS THERETO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

llESHItVK 1-ROM SALE FOR WATER NUI'l'LY AND ACCESS THEHISTO. No. 84:). Cinint.y of Auckland, parish of Uenojt, Doiuli Run, nrert about .r)tl acres. Tlie Crown Lands within tlio following boil n Juries : Commencing on tlio left bank of l-ondi Creek, at the south-west corner of portion No. 3 ; thence botittded on (lie north by the south boundary of that portion and its prolongation bearing cast to the right . bank of White Rock River ; thence on the east hy that river down wards to a point east from the north east corner of portion No. 11; thence on tlie south by a line to that corner and the north boundary of that portion bearing west to lior.ili Creek aforesaid ; and thence on the west by that creek upwards, to the point of commence ment.

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Land Selections. I Thursday, dm Armr,. Jorrx Otton, 50 acres, MumbuIIn, adjoin ing his last 80 acres, to includo all vacant land between that and J. Bildstein's. 'William Goor^e Maples, GO acres at Tanjn, south of liis last selection. William lfolfe, 80 acres, Colombo parish, wesiui ius, loniiuny xv. JiCwis , John lilack, 40 acres, Puon Unon, \rest of liis last 0.1?., and fronting Urogo River, George Whitoly, 40 acres, Wallagoot, fronting Bega River, and west of liis last C.l\ The demand for this great American re medy in this part of the world hns become so jrreat that the Hop Hitters Co., whose head quarters are nt Rochester, New York, U.S. A., have been compelled to open a labortory in Melbourne. It will be in charge of Mr. M. 31. Van Berg, a jrontlcman of many year* experience with thia companj' and the trade may be assured of receiving* goods equal to the p:ircnt houso, aud the most courteous treatment. The H. 1-. Co., have establish ments at London, Paris, Belgium, Holland and...

GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

GENERALISE WS^B Quantity ot wheat afloat for dom is 2,400,000 quarters. Coal is stated to have been discl^^H COO.OOM^ at CabW Bay, AucHP°Ve4^ r Tho^^^itionj^P new trial in De ifcstrJs v. the Melbourne BancE i- t As^^^^^^H)wn in the Cumberland J and is likely tft race . w SijMWable Clydesdale mnres^rtrtivecl Melbourne; on Sunday from Loudon steamer Sihk. Thomas Richards, master of was fined heavily (or overcrowding on Eastor Monday. Tho Premier of Victoria, Hon. Jaines^^HR Service, on Tuesday last, submitted agencrel programme for a short session. A movement has been rthrtod at Cahors to ^J , erect a national monumeut to the late dis- ^ languished statesman, M. Gambetta. 1 The Plunger defeated Mistaken for tho 1 A.. I.C. Plate in the fastest, lime ever done at Randwick for this race ; three miles in /3min. 30 -ec. The Queen has purchased a painting of tlie return of tlie 2nd Life Guards from Egypt to Windsor, by Victor Gordon, a young artist of promise. The United States Government h...

OUR TELEGRAMS. CANDELO, 6TH APRIL, 4.30. P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

our telegrams. [ I'tun cur Ttlraritphit CniTrrwntltnti.l CANDELO, Oth April, 4.80. p.m. Tin: largest, most influential, nnd en thusiastic meeting over held in Candelo to-day, to recognise the pnblic services of Mr. John Davis as Land Agoul. Subscrip tions from ono to five guineas freely sub scribed ; strong working committee formed SYDNEY, April 5. The Assembly was occupied the whole of tho evening iu discussing a point of order raised in regard to the Criminal Law Bill, the Speaker eventually ruliug that the Bill was proporly before tho House. The Upper House passed all Officials Increase in Salaries Bills through committee. Seven petitions were presented 3'ester day iu tho Assembly suggesting jimend nients iu the new Licensing Bill. An unsuccessful attempt was made to tipsot the train from Sandhurst to Mel bourne yesterday. Several sleepers were placed across the rails, but were fortu nately observod by the driver. Wool sales yesterday : competition again active, greasy bringing 1...

Mr. J. P. Garvan, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Mr. J. P. Garvan, M.P. Tue Bulletin of Saturday last, issued a portrait of our junior member, which is a very good likeness of him. The following short outline of Mr. Garvau's career ac companies tho portrait : — ' We givo a portrait this week of Mr. J. P. Garvan, ono of the members for Eden. Mr. Garvan's political career, j though brief, is creditable. He forfeited a good position in tho service of tho Muni cipal Council rather than remain dumb and inactive in public affairs. A few years ago ho came prominently before the pub lic in tho resistance he offerod to a politi cal organization 6tarted under tho aus pices of B.C. clerical influenco, and on tho quostion of education ho took a no less liboral and indopondent stand. Ilis poli tical campaign, in consequence, was markod by bitter clorical opposition, which, however, availed but little. In Parliament, Mr. Garvan has proved liim solf of moro thau ordinary intellectual ealibro. Ho appears to havo marked out for himself a lino of c...

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