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ARTHRA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
. Aill HH A. ARRIVALS August 18,—E'lbn schooner, Captain Nicholson, from; Sydney. dkpartorks: August 18,—Kllen schooner for Sydney. imports : 3'kegfi paint, keg putty, case snndries, case cliairs, case glass, buaeh saws, «ase drugs, S: bags-sugar, bi X starch, 4 half chests tea, Thomson.. 2- packages cabbage-tree, 8 empty kegs, 11 bags salt 10 mats sugar, 2 half chests tfflf cask hams, case, Wilton. 3 bags flour, packape drapery, Jauncey. Tin coffee, Moran.. 8 bags flour, 4 bags sugar, cask ale, case kerosene, case sundries, keg nuils, coil rope,' bale hay, Dawson.. Expohts : 121 bags potatoes, 6 bags bacon, 50 sides bacon*. 62 cheese, 20 hides, case eggs. '
GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR AUGUST This and the next ate the two roost active monthsof the ! year-as regards seedtime. Full sowings of peas, broad beans, onions, carrots, beet, parsnips, round seeded spi nach, cabbage, cauliflower, potatoes, ground or Jerusalem artichokes, leeks, salads, ic., should be attended to. The grafting of fruit trees will need j-rompt attention. Diibsd find train pot plants, such as fosdiias, geraniums, and rosss. Sow hardy annuals in ] rapared patches; and more tender kin^s in pots and pans for subsequent trans planting. Plant out lapers and rooted cuttings of such bedding plants as petunias, pinks, pansies, double wall lower, &c.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 26 August 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE." IS published _.erery Saturday Morning, and . forsvardedbjfpoet aud rui.ners throughout the wht^le of the district. QHAUQ^FOR ADYERTISEME VTS : Twenty-j&jjht words a*td under 2s: Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number, of Insertions .required, cad paid for iu advance. Orders for withdrawal must be sent to the OSce before 6 pirn on Thursday, and all or ders for inserting Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday: Ail Subscriptions must be paid in advance Parties residing at a distance can remit in stj " "■ ot-omris secures the Paper 1 J F 4 I C G in order to meet tlie growing requirements f the District, the Proprietor has purchased eatery material 'suitable for the execution of eifery description of JOB PRINTING: Posters; Billheads, Cards, Labels, Circulars, &e:£&c. All orders will be executed punctua...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
SUBSCRIl'TIOXS RECEIVED. T. S. Mort, Esq-, 5s; J. Kirkland, 2s Oil; W. Rixoa, 29 61.; Mfssrs. lSarelay and Teas, £3 13s Cd; Messrs. 8. ani FT. Solomon, £2 S3; Mr. II. Higgins, 5s; Mr. S. tirker, 5s: Mr. Platnb, 2r 6J ; Mr. Hush, 2s Cd; Mr. Falkncr, 2i6il; Mr. Maorley, 2s Oil; Mr. J. Roberts, 2$ 6d; Mr. M'Burnie, 2s 0.1; M-. Mitcball, 2s 6; Mr. T. ! White, £2 8s Sd; Mr. U. G. King, 2i 6J; Mr. T. Wy- | zain, 2s 6d. ills steamers, for 6s; at thfcfanie lime they will charge J 33. for abago.twlu'at, weighing about 2 cwt.. valus 12s. «r las. anl not occupying tenth of the spice; tfaj ejnattciMdo not feil this tax; bat, to tlic farmer it is ruinous. We cannot conceive why the steam compa nies rhould make such a distinction:—:To (hat class of prji'vers who can afford to pay tlicy make a mini rial charge, while to the class thut cannot afford it, they put on a prohibitory rate.—Tliey say the cxponecs of maintaining their steamers nrc to great that they can not afi'ord to carry cheaper; then ...
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
EDEN. ARRIVALS : August 25,—City of Hobart, Clinch, from Hobart Town. August 27,—Ellen schooner, Nicholson, from Sydney. August 26,—You Tangs steamers, Captain HasseltcR, ■ from Melbourne. Passengers,—Mrs. Smith. DEPARTURES: August 25,—City of Hobart for Sydney. Passengers, —Mr. Hart, Mr. Sowmon, Mr Moorlev, Mr. and Mrs. Addison, Mrs. Stewart and 3 children, Geo. Kensey, Con stable and prisoner. August 26,thY«u Yangs for Sydney. Passengers,*-Ifr. Willi**. August 26,—Gipsy schooMr, for Sydney, via Tarthra. imports : Per City of Hobart,—Barrel ale, Leslie. Barrel ale, Falkner-. " Per Ellen, - Case, Lazarus. Box'soap, 2 boxes candles, Moorley. 8 mats sugar, 2 gallons wine, keg brandy, chest tea, parcel, 20 bags flour, Dawson. Case raisins, case currants, case pickles, keg rum, 3 drums tar, case, S packages, nest tubs, Josephs. 2 bales hay, S. Bate. Half tierce tobacco, & Kerry. Parcel, C. D. Hay. 6 bags salt, M'Kuy. 2 bag? flour, bags Buger, Tarlington. 2 bags flour, \Yalkcr. C...
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA.ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
£fjtypitn} MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: August 25,—Eiama steamer, Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers,—Miss Edwards. Miss Gould, Miss fihapman Wim wgrds. Messrs. Edwards, Styles, Chap man-. in the stcerase Departures: ■**'""1,1 «■ August 26,—Ivinma steamer, for Sydney. Passengers, —Miss Johnson, Mr. Necdhatn, .and 9 in the steerage. Imports: Paper parte!, case boots, cask oatmeal, keg dried apples, 4 half chests tea, 2 chests tea, 2 boxes tea, 32 bags sugar. 2 caske earthenware, 4 boxes candles, 8 boxes soap, 4 boxes sperms, case drapery, barrow, case sundries, bundle forks, 2 bags bags, A. K. Page, Half chest tea. Feather stone. 3 bags flour, 3 bags salt, bag sugar, canvass parcel half chest tea," three.quarter chest tea, cask rum, cask wine, Tandy. ' Paper parcel, Spears. Paper parcel, Benny. Bale hay, S. Bate. Ilalf chest tea, bag sugar, 5 bags flour, keg spirits, Turner. 2 parcels, bag sundnies, bundle trees, Hibburd. Case drapery, truss drapery, box clothes pegs, 3 kegs nails, 14 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
THE WIZARD OF THE ANTIPODES1 ' , . AXB FOE THE MILLION. ATMns. WHITE'S 1IOTEL, EEfiA| Mn. AND Mrs. GARDINER "TTTTLL give their Popular and Varied Performance" W as above, eoTisistiii^ of " ' MAGIC, SONGS, BALADS, BURLESQUKS & FAUCES! In 3 parts. At au interval of 10 minutes between each port. COMMENCE AT IIAlF-PAST SEVEN. Admission : Adults, 2s.; Chidrcn, Is. Mr. and Mi's. GAUDINElt intend visiting Fanbula and Eden. The new Stamp Unties Act. For sale bj the undersigned, a Scheduk of (he nbovc Act, neatly printed on card for offic&lt; use, thus enabling persons to see the requisite etam]' for any document or instrument requiring them by the above Act. IOR sale, a ladies SIDE8ADDIE, with JD three horns, in first-rate order, and newly etuDcd; - also a Double Rein Bridle. Apply to Pbice: Cd. Br Tost, 8d. r. W. sharpe, Tl/irr Gaze'te" Office, Bcga. A Bargain. K. W. sharpe, Post-oilicc Stores, _ ... --Bega. Church of England. r a \I1E Ecv. J. L. KNIGIIT, M.A. will (d.v.) I...
[?]ARTHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
lAUTHltA. ARRIVALS aligns* 29,'--gipsy schooner, Captain Wright, froa Sydney.'- ' ■ • ... August.151,—Ellen sfc'aooncr, Captain Nicholson, .fjoa Sydney. .... August 31,—Ktataa" Steadier, Captain Houalor, froa Mcrimb'ah. ; depahtubes August 28,—Gipsy schooner for Sydney. August 31, —Ellea schooner far Sydney. August 31,—Kiama for Sydney, '"■■imports: 2 coils wire, cask ironmongery, keg nails, S hr,gs flour, 2 boxes glass, case axes, box tin, case ironmongery, pack age sundries, box corn flour, box tea, cask rum, 3 cares suty^ries, 3 half chests tea, jo mats sugar, Prescott. Cask rum, White.' Pack;i;;c sundries, door, ease saslics, Berne, j bag?' flour, box tea, bag sugar, liox soap, parcel, Gee. Crate croskcry, Witton... Case iromnongery, package flowers, Gmvan. Case, package ironwork, D'Arcy. Bag seeds, Matlock. ■ • .. Exports : - ■ ■ 2SJjags corn, 120 cheesc, 10 bags potatoes, 15 sides bacon,,steel flour mill, 37 hides, bale calfskins. Pef Ellen : 48 bags potatoes,' 37 sides bacon,...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydno7, Wollon^oag, Maraya, aid Ro-JLUa, via. Clyde, every Thursday, an I Monday at 6 a.m. Sydney, via. Ma:inibula steamer, every Thursday, at C a.m. Ka-mruka, Wolum'a, Mcrirohula, Fanbula, and E.!ca, &lt;every Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a.m.
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
The Consequences oe the Breach or a Drunken Promise of 'Marriage.—In the Metropolitan District Court, Sydney; before Mr. District Judge M'Farland, and a jury of four; " Carroll v. Kely." This was on action for breach promise of marriage. Damages were laid at £200. The evidence in this case was to the c3ect, that in December last, the defendant bccamc acquainted with the plaintiff's daughter, named Elizabeth Carroll, and in the succeeding January, a promise of marriage was given. Kvidence was given that defendant, who was a composi tor, was frequently at plaintiff's house, and was apparently upon affectionate terms with the daughter, until he brqke off the engagement in April last. The plaintiff stated that in January last thc defendant asked him for his daughter's hand in marriage, and he informed him that he had no objection to hint. Defendant had frequently spoke to the girl's mother about his projoctcl marriage, and reque&tsd her to purchase furniture for liim. The young ...
ORIGINAL. IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
original. IK MEMORIAM. The demon of war rides his pale horse exultantly, The North and the South Elay each other triumphantly. The voice of the people rings out through the air, And Lincoln, old Abr'am again tills the chair. - Cut them down! rase them out! the vile rebel crew! Call more conscripts! give bounty! we need not a few. What reck tint a brother, a brother may kill? _ Or a father, the lilood of his offspring shall spill ? i For the Union we fight, and the Union to save We must arm every citizen, arm every slave. Defeated! Defeated! Bull's Bun is forgotten. For Richmond is taken, and Dixie is rotten. Toll the doleful bell, fi Weil the solemn dirga 1 Murder, bo:n of hell, f Th' assassin on doth verge. Columbia, weep! thy chief is no more, liut thy mother, Britannia, sends balm for thy sore, And thy sinters, who dwell by the Pacific wave, In sympathy weep o'er the President's grave. Bega, 21st August, 1865. This did not come to hani, till the 31st ult., or it would have been i...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
Graham Cooltfii's Werklv Proddce Ciucciar.— Maize, per bushel, 3s to 3s 21; Wheat, 8s CJ to 93 6d; cape barley, 3s to 3s Cd; English barley, 3s 6d to 4s; oats, 3s Cd to 4s 6d; bran, Is Oil to Is SM; hay, lucernc, per ton, £3 10s to £4 10s; hay, oaten, £4 10s to £5 10s; bacon, per lb. 4d to Cd; cheese, 5d to 7d, potatoes, per cwt, 7s Cd to 8s 6d : pigs, per pound, 3d; hides, each, Cs to 12s; flour, per ton, £20 to £22 10s; batter, la 9d to 2s.—Sydney, August 24, 1805. Jons Campbell, and Co's Produce Circular.— We have no changes of importance to report for the past week. Maize, owing to large arrivals, has slightly de clined, but the dccline will likely be only temporary. Wheat is very scarce, some holders of Adelaide ask 10s. Flour.—Owing to anticipated heavy arrivals from Chili, has been hardly as firm.—llacon, 3d to Cd, dull; barley, English, per bushel, 3s to 3s 6d j barley. Cape, 3s; but ter, per pound, 2s; Cheese, 4d to 5d ; flour, finest Town, £21; flour, finest Adelaide, £22;...
GARDENER CALENDAR FOR SEPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
GAKDEXEIUJ OALKNDAU FOR SEL'T. A Should the weather have been unfuforalle during lint month for the operations named, CTa'irace early opportuni ty of campleting them during September. It is well also to sow again of m:iin crops, 63 that a season may not lie lost in cise of accident to the first sowing. Broail beans are more productive if the head of the plants be taken off. Asparagus bed3 should b: yielding constant cuttings for the table. The main crop of potatoes should 1>2 got in. Lettuce, and the seeds of the more useful herbs may lie sown. A few seals of melons, cucumbers and vegetable marrow.5 may bs dibblei in, uuler frame, and permanent beds pre pare! for the reception of seeds or established plant? next month v Look carefully to your annuals, whether in open bor der or growing in pots, for planting out. A little straw should be laiil carefully on the beds of strawberries, after freeing froai weeds by a good hoeing.
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
Scottish CiJief Iss Totally Destroyks by Fihe.— On Sunday morning last, 27thinst, the Scottish Chief Inn at Wyndham,.5[r. It. Turlott proprietor, was totally des troyed by fire. Mr. Teas, agent for tUe Sydney Insurance Company, on hearing of the occurrence immediately pro ceeded to WynOham, on the Vhnii of the company,' anil tl:e follow ing arc the particulars as far as lie could loarn : On Saturday night last the family retired to rest at eleven o'clock ; there was one lodger, a Mr. Gaunscn, who dept on a so'a in the parlour; c.t nLcut four o'clock in tlio morning he v.-as awoke l>y the room being filled with smoke, and on getting up he observed the flames rushing up through the flooring boards, immediately ur.'Ier the sofa he occupied; he nt ouee gave the alarm, rushed into the childrens bed-room, and only had time to enrry them out. Mr. Turbett, on hearing the alarm, just had time to get his wife and one or two children out of the house, but was unable to enter it afterwards, ...