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THE TEA MEETING: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 27 May 1865
The Tea Meeting At four o'clock ab>ut two hundred per. sods *at down to ten in :i large room prepared f ir the purpose, which was magnificently ar ranged for the occasion; there wa&lt;? a large sprinkling of the fair s-x present, whose pre sence tu'.ded considerably to the splendour &lt;>f the room, which was tastafully decorated with fljgs. As toon as the vjstiors were «e*ted the young people of the Bible Class and Sunday School sang two or three hymns with enthusiasm, and it was really a credit to their pastor (die Kcv. A Hoodie) and a pleasure to their parents and guardians to listen to them blend their ' voices in hjmns of praise. The tables were crowded with abundance of eata bles in the way of refreshment, which every one present seemed to do ample justice to. Whon tea was over Mr. Walker proposed that Mr, L'oodie do take the elixir. The R-jr. A. Parsons then came forward and pave an eloquent and able address He said that be was happy to be present on il....
THE DEATH OF GILBERT. FURTHER PARTICULARS. Yass, Monday avening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 27 May 1865
TilE DEATH &lt;^F GILBERT. FURTHER PARTICULARS. (From the Herald's Melbourne Telegraph; Correspondent J Yass, Monday .ironing. On Thursday nigbt, a horso was stolen cut of a pad dock at Murrumbiirrsh, of wlsir-Ii no particulars could be ascertained till about 11 o'clock 011 Friday morning, when agentlemsn named Furlonge, who was traveling with sheep, stated that lie had been visited by Gilbert and Duun, who rounded up his horses and took a fa vorite aniftial. leaving in its stead the one taken from Murrumburrah. On Friday night the bushrangers camped at Rieley's Hill, two miles from Binalong, | some one having seen them there apparently fast ! theyIventTo - ^ gcliv.-.--' ftrmer's hut, in which a man named ! ^-K-sided, vrho is tlic grandfather of l.'ann. The l police watched u'l night, but they saw uo indications | of the busliTangers, and left in the morning, being 1 hopeless of sucdcss ; fresh news, however, reached them ] between 8 aud 0 o'clock on Sat urday morning, which...
SATURDAY MAY 27. [?]NDATION STONE [?]AN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 27 May 1865
SATUltDAY MAY 27, ^dation stoxk ciiuiim, the I to ohurc.. above-men^ o on that Bite, \\. corgc Barclay, E?q„) rrcsbyteiian Church should be built"/wherein the people of ' tb© district of Eden migta bend the knee and . blend their voices to tl»eir Maker IIow ihank ts ful the parents of children should be, to see a cbnrch erected, where tliey can be 5 brought up in a Christian mannerj&lt;in&lt;i we sin cerely hope the building will progress favour . ably. The dimensions of the church are as follows: It is to be 40 feet long and CO feet aide, - the porch 8ft. x6, and seated to bold 1'iO Seraonsj it is to be built of brick, supported by utresses. on a stonefoundaiion. - The contract price, not including fittings, £280, and its expected that the cliuch will bj opened free of debt. A sealed bottle was placed in a cavity under the stone, containing the following, written on parchment ••— "St. George's Presbyterian Church, Eden, New South Wales. The foundation t-tone of this...
Local News. CRICKET MATCH. MARRIED VERSUS SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 27 May 1865
CRICKET MATCH. MARRIED tehsus SINGLE. On Wednesday last (the Queen's Birthdy) a cricket match took plana between tlie Mnrrie I and Unmarried JVfrn of the "istrict. Owing t ) the foundationjtpjeof the Presbyterian Church at liden, being'THfil on tbat day, sotne of our cricketers wete away to "witness the ceremony The weather was delightful, and the?ric-kit pround had a very lively appearance: The play ma vety good on both eides, and eorae excellent scores vera obtained. W&lt; tso i being the h'gheat I orer on (be unmajjied jnea'e side, making &lt;33 in liis first innings and 24 in his recottd, Mur ray, Latimer, nnd Clarke ako distinguished themselves, by adding good scores to their names. On the Married side, the lle&lt;.\ J' Ij Knight was'the highest scorer, having obtained 3G runs in his first innings, nnd 20 in his e cond, In-kip nnd R.also scored very sroil, The following are their reppiC ive scores :— UNHARMED. FIRST IKKIKGS. EECKD INKIUKS. La'iner, c Sim...
Colonial Extracts. WORKING OF THE LAND LAWS. (From the Empire) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
j^ofonurC @*1 facte. WORKING OF THE LA8D UWS. (From the Empire J The testimony borne yesterday in the A?scmb'y by Mr. Cummiiig, Mr. Htivipson, and other gentlemen, who have had good opportunities of judging for themselves, as to the working of the Land Laws, ought to be sufficient to con vince those who have no pra.ctic.-il knowledge of the subject of the great good these laws have conferred upon the com munity. If anything more was needed to prove the truth fulness of the statements respecting the l-eueiits arising from free selection, it is afforded by a Parliameijtiry pa per just issued. This documents brings down the list of free selectors to the 30th September, 1804. The lists be fore published came down to the 31st October, 1863. So that the new return embraces a period of eleven months only. We find that this return, that notwithstanding the depression of the times, the purchase of land by free se lectors goes on almost as rapidly as ever. During the short period named no les...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongong, Moruya, and Bodalla, via. Clyde, every Thursday, and Monday at 0 a.m. Sydney, via. Mcritnbula steamer, every Thursday, at C a.m. Karnaruka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Palibula, and Eden, every Thursday and Sunday, at C a.m. Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
1'ORTRAlTs ! PORTRAITS •» PORTRAI r* I! I m idjm et* MR,. R. SMITH will be at Mr. Goldemitli'e, " Crown and Anchor," Eden, on and after the 16th MAY next, and will remain only SIX DAI'S. REMEMBER! FOR SIX DAYS ONLY. NOTICE. I HEREBY caut.ioB John Miller, and his wife, also oil the members of his wife's family (the M'Kin non's) from entering my house or lands, from this dato, as I will prosccutc thorn for trespass. _ JAMES GEE, Hose Yale, Bega. May 27fii, 1865. C A uTTO N ^ I HEREBY caution all persons from giving my wife credit in my name , aB I will not be an swerable for any debt« contracted by her, without my orders. JAMES GEE, Rose Vale, Bcga. May 27th, 1865. C AUTIO? ~~ ANY Person or Persons going upon the Komarufea, lienbooka, or Numbugga Rune, to drive away cattle or horses, without giving noticc to tiic occupant, to enablehiw to send some one with them, will be pro secuted. Bm—Jy 6 HENRY WREN. FOR SALE AT THE POiT OFFICE STORKS THE UNDERMENTIONED FAMILY MED CINKS and DRV'GS:...
JOHN CAMPBELL AND CO[?] PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
JOHN' "C'AMI'IJKUj and (O » l»RO:.>r-("ti ClitUJi.AK. £ e d £ e Bacon 0 0 4 0 0 Barley, Eng'.itli 0 3 0 0 3 Hurley, Cape... 0 3 0 0 0 Bran 0 1 3 0 0 Buiter, per lb., lieot .. 0 1 0 0 0 Calves, raeh ... 0 15 0 1 10 (■luvse 0 0 & 0 0 l'lnur, finest Town ... 22 0 0 0 0 FJour, finest Adelaide 22 10 0 23 2 Hay, lucerne 4 0 0 6 0 Hides, licuvy 0 8 0 0 10 M ivize 0 3 6 0 0 Onions 0 14 0 0 O Potatoes 5 0 0 0 0 Pics, alive, per lb. ... 0 0 3 0 0 Wheat, Adelaide 0 9 6 0 9 O»mmereia!Wharf, King-street, Svdnev. Slay 1866. a c c 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 ■ 0 4 9 12th
Shipping Intelligenc[?]. EDEN. IMPORTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
Ill.ljipping HHnU'CCigfttcfc. EDEN IMPORTS: ! Ellen from Sydney, May 28th,—1 case oil, 1 box, 4 cases, 2 casks porter, 4 boxes candles, 2 bags sugar, 1 bag rice, 1 case fruit, 1 cask harness, 3 drums nails, i drum tar, 4 kegs paint, 2 kegs oil, 1 bug seed, two chests tea, one I chest tea, 1 package, 30 bags flour, H.M. Josephs. 33 bags salt, 2 gallons vinegar, 20 boxes sperm, 1 cask soda, 2 casus sardines, 2 cases salmon, 6 casks ale, 6 cases porter, 2 gallons wine, 1 parcel samples, 60 bags flour, 17 mate sugar, 3 cases pickles, 2 cases stareh)'3 boxes blue, 1 case sarsaparillsi, 2 chests tea, 1 case sardines, 2 cases drugs, 8 tins biscuits, 2 bags bran, 1 case earthenware, 10 bags oats, 2 cases drapery, 3 drums nails, 4 kegs paints, 1 parcel, 1 ease iron, 1 cask, 1 truss, 2 cases drapery, 2 trunks boots, 1 bale leather, 2 doors, 1 packages sashes, 2 tales hay, 8. and H. Solomon. 3 eases, 3 parcel, 1 package, 2 crises, 1 caao, 1 case, ! Josephs 3 boxes randies, 1 case sundries, 5 c...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
EitiuTTA.—In our last issue, in the article headed, " Laying the Foundation Slone of the Presbyterian Church Eden," the following errors appeared : In the second line of the third paragraph, instead of the church beingiSO feet wide, read 40 feet long and 20 feet wide." In the se cond line of the seventh paragraph, instead of "that no unchristian sound shall be heard within its walls/' read, " that no uncertain sound shall be heard within its walls." In the inscription on the bos, which contained the mallet and trowel, instead of " Presbyterian Church, Bega, May 24th, 1855," read " Presbvterian Church, Eden, May, 24th, 1835." Death by Dsowking.—On Tuesday last a little child about two years old, belonging to a Mr. Rheinberger went down the paddock along with his grandfather, who went for the purpose of drawing water from the well. On the grandfather's return to the house, Mr. Rheinberger en quired for the boy, to which the old man replied that he thought the child had come home; the ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
- , WRlftS, DEATHS $ MARRIAGES 2s. 5d, Each INSERTION. BIRI IIS. May 29th,—At the residence of her father. Kama- j rufea. the vrife of Mr. William Mitchell, of a boh. j jjDRAI if! | May 28th,—At Rose Hill, near Bogs, John .Tame-,' son of the Jate John Hibbnr.l, Esq. : age, C years and | 6 month"- 1
SATURDAY JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
SATURDAY JUNE 3. In the debate, oil Friday the 13th, on Mr. White's motion &e to the tenure of Pastoral Tenants .• Mr. Darvaix srM, " The country " would never be an agricultual one, anil it " would be a happy day for it if another busbol •'of wheat was never grown in i% fur agricul *' ture would lead the country into pauperism." Such a monstrous and absurd remark to come from a minister of the Crown, and the colleague of John Robertsos, the father of our present land law; does not speak well for the future co-operation of the Execut ive, as it is a direct Attack on Free Selection. The Cabinet is split, there is no longer unanimity of poetical opinion' among them, the consequences are easily foreseen, ■* —A house divided against itself is Eure to fall". What will they think in England, when the speech of Mr. Darvall'b is read'? What will they say, when they read that t he Attorney Ceneral boldlj asserted in Parliament, that to grow wheat, to supply ourselves with the neces s...
EXECUTION FOR MURDER. (From the Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
EXECUTION FOR MURDER. (Frj;n the Ileiald.) George Gibson, aliaB Paddy Tom, found guilty at last Bathurst Assizes for the murder of Alexander Mussen, at the Pyrrmul, was executed within the pre cincts of the gaol on Salurdny morning,. He main tained his innocence with unwavering firmness through out,and passsd out of the world asserting that he Buf fered wrongfully. He was attended by the Kev. Fa thers Corish and Keating, who entertained the belief from the man's behaviour, that he was innocent. The night before his execution he wrote a statement witnessed by one of tho priests and the gaoler, in which he acknowledged having heen ogreat- criminal, but states that he had nothing to do with the murder for which he was condemned, and did not hear ci it til three days after, when he read an account of it ill the newspaper. He said that he had never taken life. The circumstances -which led to his conviction afforded strong presumptive evidence of guilt, and public opinion generally concur...