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TRIPLE MURDER IN AN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

- TTfilt'LE HUKDER IN AN HOSPITAL. TnaNorfolk arid f?orwicli Hospital was tlio scene of a drendfnl tragedy on Monday mom-; ing, which lias resulted in the death of three* boj's. A male 'patient, named Edwards, who was suffering from dyspepsia aud - nervous debility, lose shortly nflei five in tho morning. uuu uunng ine ipnipuraiy aiiscnce ot tlio linrse, proceeded dotvn a corridor leading lo n ward, wiierin four- boys wore sleeping... Entering this rooni-Ed wards Seized the tongs; tto the Crcplac6,'tud went from bed lo bed/ Sfeliiiig the heads: of bis; victims. VWliilSt ; atiacking the fourth boj the onrse sleeping in an adjoining*6partnieiit was nwakened, and nt om-e entered tho ward to, discover wliaf. was nniisa: Edwaids at' once attacked her as soon as she tnnde her appearance, but ehe . i fortunately succt'cded in shulting and bolting the door. Toiled liere, lio rushed into another j . ward, and cotiiineiiced a murderous assault on the inmates— three yomig boys. One' of them li...

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ABHIVALS. _Dayb. ? j Places. | Tim, Sydney via Braidw'd 9 a.m. Oobargo ? ? 9 a.m. tiogo ? 9 a.m. urobodalla ? 9 a.m. Moraya ? ? ? 9 a.m. Monday 'mi,iwood - ? »am J Goulburn ? 9 a,m. Kameruka ? 7.30 p.m. Caudelo ? ? 7.30 p.m. Htvinm KfAiintoin I TDAnm Monaro district, via I . - ? Kameruka ? | 7.30 p.m. Wolumla ? | 4.30 p.m. Merimbula ? | 4-30 J.m. Wdtt'sday Panbula ? | 4.30p.m. : Udell. ? 4.30p.m. Monaro district ? 4.30 p.m. bydney, via Braidw'd 9 a,m. Cobargo ? ? ? ^9a.i», Brogo ? * 9 a.m. Eurobodalla ? 9 a.m. Thursday 9 a.m! I Goulburn ? U ? | 9 a.m. Kameruka ? j 7.30 p.m. Candelo i ? I 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain ? | 7.30 p.m. Wolumla ? | 4.30 p.m. Merimbula ? | 4.30 p.m. Friday Panbula ? I 4.30 p.m. Eden ? I 4.30 p.m. Monaro district ? | 4.30 p.m. Sydney, via Braidw'd 9 a.m. Cobargo ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? ? 9 a.m. Saturday Eurobodalla ? 9 a.m. Moruya ? 9 a.m.' Braidwood ? 9 a-m. ? | uouiimrn ? I a a.m. *** Sydney, per steamer, via Tarthra or Merimbula —...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

COBARGO. [Fbok que Cobbbbpondent.] „ A young man named Thomas Perry met with a severe accident the other day while catching a young horse. The animal kicked him severely in the 6ide, leaving him badly braised. Dr. Evershed was fortunately in the neighborhood, and under his skilful treatment I am glad to say he ifi in ft fair wav. re- Mr. W. D. Tarlinton, accompanied by . \ : Mr. Arnheim, district surveyor, went down [ last week to inspect and report on the suitability of Bermagui as a harbour. By all accounts I believe the report is a glow ing one, as it places that port second to none between Twofold Bay and Sydney, with a very little outlay. I see tenders are called for the erection of onr School. It's to be a yery snug little building, and our worthy and re-j &pected preceptor is natually pleased' at the thought of leaving the present one, which has been so long a disgrace to the Board of Education. ' As with myself, it's . the wish of many here that he may ;long continue...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

PIS T&I C*T DIEECTOEY, ; ?':??? BEGA. THE MAGISTRACY. IT. When, Esq., Kntncrukn ; J. I J'A ucy, Esq . ' Daisy Honk ; 15. HASMJWnEN,Etsq.,Coolia mala ;K. IIjtciiie, 15sq.,Dnip_v ljill : C.T. ? : Stilus, Esq.,lvhiioona ; R. T. Kirby, Esq., ? Brook vale ; R. M. Biioad, Esq., Gipps street; M. »T. Pedkn, Esq., Carp-street;. W. i). TaumntoN, Esq., Ureadhatonra ; — -JW.il. Lane, . Esq.,' Katnemka; Win. M'GiiEOOR, Esq., Brogo ; J. Ja-UNCEV, Esq., Anglcdaie. Clerk of ilic flench ' ' ' 1 llegist raf of the District Court / 5 Land Agent ' \J. Davis, Esq. ? Registrar of Births, &c. ' l ? Commissioner in Insolvency ) BalfifE: G. M. Hanson Bailiff, mnll DeVts Court : R. W. Caldwell. Poundkeeper : S. BnowN.' ' INSTITUTIONS. AND SOCIETIES. Begs School of Arls,: Carp-st.; . membership, 5s. per qubft'er.- President. Dr. Sliiels-; Hon. Secretary, C. Harrison. Open to members every -day, except w ben specially engaged. ' Prince Alfred .Lodge of Odd FelloWB, M.U. Meetings, every second M...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

V Qourt Day. — Tuesday next will Be Cotirt day. Magistrates — Messrs. Has ?lingden, Stiles, Kirfcy, and Feden. ^Land Sale. — The lots advertised for Wednesday were offered By the Land Mr. Davis, with the following rr-- SSt?|-Lot A, no offer ; lot B, 32 acres, ft'. T. Stennett ; lot C, 32 acres, D. In- j skip ; lotp, 64 acres, W. D. Tarlinton ; 'lot E, 22 -acres, W. Tarlinton. The other' Jots were withdrawn, having Been selected, I or advertised in error. j A Mah Robbed of his Coat, Vest and Boots.— A mean robbery was £om- ! mitted early on Tuesday morning last in Lime-Street, the victim being a butcher named Skillicorn,' who was slightly under I thn inflhence of lianor at llin time. Rkiili corn laid down to sleep on the footway, .and three men cam$ up to him, assaulted him, and stripped him of bis Fest, coat, and boots. His recollection of what took place was slightly hazy, but he distinctly re membered that one of the men had his arm around his neckj. while the others appro priated...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

BEGA SHOW. SPECIAL ISSUE OF BEGA STANDARD. \ AN ADVERTISING- SHEET, with appro priate article, and reading matter, will be issued on tbe morning of tbe Show. Thu regular issue will come oat on SATUR DAY, 18tli March, at noon. Advertisements for spccial issue must bo in before 10 a.m. on THURSDAY, 16th inst. JOB PRINTING. THIS Proprietors of the Bega Stasdabd having received a Jobbing Press from Sydney,' together with a Large Assortment of new Type, are prepared to do MINTING on the Shortest Notice, including Bill-Heads, Tickets, Circulars, Programmes, Postere, &e. NOTICE. M -ft, W; J. OSBORNE is authorised to COL LECT ACCOUNTS due to the Pro- , prietors'of the Beqa STA.KDA.BD, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge for the same. ,

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

niawaiTJ^Steam-NaiTgatlon :: - -v'l^^vi-Cempapy..;-^.^., -., WEEKLY .Steamer ' between SYDNEY . . WKRIS1BUI.A,: . T4KTHBA. . ant epen. ? .. ??'? From SYnNEY. evf iy^TUESbAZ at 9 jf.m From EDEN&MERIMBULA -on,' FRIDAY morning. ;Orjj all. occasions calling- M TAViTfiA-caoli vFay^we^herpermitting Fares, aiii Fretghteja't Very Low. Bales..' ' NO Charge aiffdjp for, JVIeals dunug 'Hit voyages of 'ihes^ steaming. 0 Agents ': Merimbula, Mr; ? Vincent Brown ?; Eden, Mri'KfeOB;5 - aridi at Tarthra; Captain Sergeant.i *?'???' -~t vv. r.; ? Sydney, 14th May; 1874. ; _ V. :???, BE0DtAB.COMMUNIOI.TJON JLL3&, .. Between ? SXBNEY, EDEN, aild v; . .tasth^ra-1. /. rj^iHE splendid .dipper, brigaatiuo' ' . jioted tor ifcr dast «nd 'regular 'passages,, will .in future .RUN-liEGUT^RiiY between. ; Sydney (Bi®M^;^ffiag^^tBrai-!3fb,v5ay, : . For fall partioui'ara. as- to G&mesTcf sailiugSHd. , :? - a J.'.: ?'* =;.ldeD; r. -«? '.''.l.'i;! : 'I'fl-ii'i'''!! ' ?' ' '??' 1 a 'u'aTi.o-N b...

SHIPPING. MERIMBULA. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

'i i SHIPPING. * MERIMBULA. 8AILBD. I | MAsOH 3.— John reuo (s.), 200 tons, Sbccd, for I )' Sydney. Passengers — Cabin ? Mrs Preston, r Mrs and Tiliss -Britten, Miss Gibspn. Miss Hicks, ^ / -Ic8srs Hcnricks^ Morton, Lc«, Brown, Joseph, f Harrison. Castle Gibson, and seven in i the steerage* ? -cr Johnicoa, March 3—120 M\s wool, 23 bla skins, 220fcgSbark, 60 tubs butter, 700 cheeses, B0 bgs liftcon, 12 bgs hams, 4 bgs heads, 200 bxs maiEona.r^ 'bis leather, 154)gs potatoes, 6 cs 6 drumB-oil, 29 cases fruit, 20 hides. ABJURED, ' . ? March 9 — Hunter ( a.), 250 tons, Garde, iron Sydney. Passengers^- Cabin : Mr and Mrs florton, Mr and Mrs Woodbams and two children, Messrs Hearne Uitchic, Brown, and Eevea in 'steerage. V. Brown, agent. ... -

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 March 1876

BIRTH. TURNBULL. — March 3rd, at her resi . dence, Bega, Mrs. R. Turnbull of a ? ? son. Itp ^tantmrir. True to our principles. SATURDAY, MARCH U, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

CATTLE DISEASE -IN ENGLAND, TnE lid vices received .by the last mail do not: report any improvement in Ihe condition of the. . British herds, «ud the Veterinarian, mentions that the .Government of the Doited States have followed, the example of Austj jlia, haviu'g pro hibited the importation of bovine animals from Great Britain. An angry controversy lias arisen in England, chiefly in consequence of, the in crease ib font-and-mouth disease. The Bnglish aud JScotch stockoners allege that the Increase is owing to the want of proper precautions and re-, strictions in reference to the importation of cattle from Ireland, and Mr. Clare Head, the represen tative of the farming interest, who had accepted office, bad resigned in disgust. But on the 15th December the Duke of Richmond, tbe President, of the Council, at an agricultural meeting, gave so explanation of the. policy , and principles, which ' was considered satisfactory. The duke showed conclusively that, from the immense re quiremen...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

accidental Poisoning. — We regret to have to record a very painful case of accidental poison ing by strychnine on Wednesday morning lost at Mr. 8. M'Caughey's, Coonong station, the victim . being Mr. G. Blunt, junior, licensed' surveyor. Mr. Blunt, with his wife, came to the station' the . previous evening. In the morning iiie-fdlt un well, and obtained from the housekeeper, who bad but recently come up from Melboume', what was supposed to be some Epsom salts,.. b'utwhnt proved to be strychnine. It was found by the housekeeper in a match-box upon , the -wall-plate^ of the kitchen, where it appears,it had been left' some years ago by one of the station hands, who had been engaged in layiqg^uojsOTe^-ifcaits for banks. This view is sup|»rtea^y3£p^fact that Mr. M'Caughey had not giv^jStryohrifne.lo any of the men for years, and it seemsttiajfjs rule of -ithe station, 'which required; that-^ettl^rusfed^ -'With it should return any they had jn tjtatanfev .: , e&sion after laying b...

HISTORY OF THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

HISTORY OF THE SUI^ CAKAL. | ? Tiie Suez Canal Company, 'in wliieh ,tlio English Goveruuicut has just become a part ner, Iihs had a very chequered history. It was established about twenty years ago under French influence, with the indefatigable M. nu ijpssepps lor promoter ana me r rencti Empire for patron. It was only after long delays, in 1869,- and nearly thirteen vears after the Company, was formed, that tho Canal was opened for traffic. By that time, in addditionto tho share cnpitalxif £8,000,000 and tho f 3,000,000 paid by the Egyptian ' Government had incurred debt to the extent of about £6|000,OQO ; and with £2,000,000 - additional paid out of tironerl v in Rsvnt sold by the Company to private individuals, and other recfciplB, the cost of construction is Estimated altogether at about £19,000,000. Tho debt and share capital, however, are atill only about £13,000.000, and for this sum the Company IiaB obtained a property wliioh cost ?nineteen millions, and which is now oa all ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

JOB PRINTING. THE Proprietor of the Bega STAirDAED having received -a Jobbing Press from Sydney, together with a Large Assortment of new Type, are prepared to do PRINTING on the Shortest Notice, including Bill-Heads, Tickets, Circulars, Programmes, Posters, &c. NOTICE. ME. W. J. OSBORNE is authorised to COL LKCT ACCOUNTS due to the Pro prietors of the Bega Siandabd, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge for the same. True to our principles. . SATUBDAr, ilARCH 18, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

t) I S T E J C T ; T- IB E C T ,OEY, : BEGA.: V , : ; ... . THE MAGISTRACY. ; .?H. Warn, Esq., Kainerulca ; J. J.VAncv, Esq . - Daisy /Bank j'B. Il.A&jtasDBK, Esq .,Cooha mala ; R- RlTOindj Esq., Daisy Hill ; C.T, Stileb, Esq.tlCcn9Piia ;'R. T.KlBBy, Esq.; ' Brookval# ; It. 11. Broad, Esq., Gipps Btreet; M.^. Peden. psq., Carp-street; W. D. Tablinxpn, Efiq., Brcadbatbiira ; -W, J. LAliE, Esq., Kameruka j Wiu. ' M'GnEflon.Esq., iBrogn; J.Jalncev, Esq., Angledafe. ., ' -Glerk;oif ll|C Benc|i;;, ,V ? ' 'Registrarof the District Court I '? Land Agent , . -J. Davis, Esq. , Registrar of Births,; &c..,' .1 Commissioner in Insolvency J Bailiff : G. M. Hanson ' ' Bailiff; mall Debts Coiift : R. W. Caldwell. Poundkeeper :;,S. IJbown. . . , -.-?.v, . INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETIES. Bega School of Arts, 'Carp-et.; membership, 5k. per quarter. ' President. Dr. Sliiele ; Hon.- Secretary, ' C.- Harrison. Open . to ' members everyday, except when specially ?en framed. Prince Alfred Lodg...

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

BEGA, POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS ABEITAL8. Days. | ? Places. c | Time. Sydney via Uraidw'd I 9 a.m. Cobargo ? I 9 a.m. Brogo ? I 9 a.m. Eurobodalla ? i 9 a.m. . Moruya ? ? ? I 9 a.m. Braidwood ? ... f ' 9 a.m. Monday -q^^- ? ? ? ?] ? iM.: Kameruka ? | 7.30 p.m. Caudelo. ? | 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain ? I 7,30 p.m. Mnnom JUM .;n ? | Kameruka ??'. ? 7.30 p.m. | Wolumla ? 4.30 p.m. I Merimb'ula ? 4-30 j.m. Wdn'adayj Panbula ? 4.30 p.m. I Eden ? 4.30 p.m. 1 Monaro district ? 4.30 p.m. bydncy, via Braidw'd 9 a.m. Cobargo ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? ? 9 a.m. Thursday 9 aim! Goulburn ? ? 9 a.m. Kameruka ? 7.30 p.m. Candelo ? 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain ? 7.30 p.m. Wolumla ? 4.30 p.m. * Merimbula ? 4.30 p.m. Friday Panbula ? 4.30 p.m. Edeu ? 4.30 p.m. Monaro district ? 4.30 p.m. I Sydney, via Braidw'd I 9 a.m. \jn uargo .. ? ? a a.m. Brogo ? 9 a.m. Saturday Eurobodalla ? 9 a.m. Moruya ? ? 9 a.m. Braidwood ? 9 a-m, ? Goulburn ? ? 9 a.m. '»*„ Sydney, per Bteamer, via Tarthra or Merimbula — Wednesday or Th...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Bulloo Rives. — Writing on February 22nd, the correspondent of the Central Australian , says : — The weather still con tinues very hot and dry, and things begin to look very bad ; cattle have to be shifted in consequence of the great scarcity of fpttH and water, and. as to travelling lone journeys, it is almost impossible. There has recently been a sad affair here. A foot traveller started from Thargomindah to Gum Holes station, a distance of nearly forty-seven miles, over a long stretch of sandy country. He had travelled about twenty-four miles when he appears to have knocked up, but to have continued his, journey until he became so exhausted that he could not stand, and then commenced 'to crawl on his hands and knees, which he far anmA iliefonM anil finollv rlrawintr himself up to the shade of a salt bush, lay down, and died, not more than a quarter of a mile from the road. He ^ks a recent arrival on the Bulloo, having amved from Bourke with a team loaded foKfirdoch. Explobikq cn'...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Wyndliam crickoters beat the Candelch mop, at Wyndham, few days ago, by 40j runs. Kameruka and Colombo Road. — The following letter has been received in reply'' to a sueeestion that the worta nhnnlrl'Vin put in hand before the wet weather sets in c - «' Department of Public Works, Sydney, 9th March, 1876. Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 24th^ February last, requesting that repairs may .he made to the Kameruka and Brown Mountain -road, I am directed to inform you that the local ' officer of the Roads Department has been in. structed to arrange for the works as soon as his other duties admit — I have, &c., John Bae ? Mr. W. Neillcy, Bega.' - Illawabba 8. N, Co.— The manager, Captain Turner, was communicated with Jby the show committee last week,1 and re .qnested thht it might be arranged that the /g^ual Friday's boat should not leave here tintil Saturday. An answer was promptly jBgflt. agreeing to the request - and the '^|uiler accordingly leaves Merimbula this ^nramng. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

_? ? DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT WODONfiA.— THREE CHILDREN RESCUED FROM ' THE FLAMES. ON Monday night, at about a quarter to sine o'clock, a kerosene lamp exploded in the drapery compartment .of the establishment of Mr. Hill, storekeeper, Wodonga. Immediately after tbe explosion Mrs. Hill shrieked, which bhraght her husband, the eldest son, and some others on the scene. They, as may be well supposed, . were panic-stricken, and could only give tbe alarm. Neighbours assembled, and the police, uAder the command of Sergeant Harkin, were promptly on the spot, but it was evident the progress of the devouring element could not be checked — it would be rank folly to make the attempt. While allthis was going on three young children — tyro boys and a girl — aged respectively eight, six, and four years, were fast asleep in their beds, little dreaming of the danger by which they were enveloped. The shrieks of the distracted mother aroused attention to the fact, and many nobly rushed to the rescue. Tbe ...

THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

THE SHOW. The above yesterday proved a great success, outdoing even the most san guine expectations. About 1,200 peo ple were present, und. the taking at the, gate amounted to £47 3s. In our next we will give full particulars. The following are the prize-takers' in the principal sections : — ' SECTION 1.— HORSES. ^ Blood Horses Judges : Messrs. H. T- Edwards, E. Nicholson, and J. Tarlinton. Class ^ 1. — Stallions ; 1st prize, silver enp value £6 Ba7?S 2nd prize, the society's framed certi- J ficate. - / Mr. James Underhill'-s ch h Brigadier! first ; Pirate, second ; Emerald, honorable! mention. 9. ? Ktdlliona 9.v»are*ft1A ani9 nnarnn^e ? Icf prize, silver medal ; 2nd prize, society's , framed certificate. ^ In this class there was only Mr* Kirby's Emerald entered. 8. — Colts under 2years : 1st prize, silver medal ; 2nd prize, the society's certificate. Mr, Collins' br c by Ambassador, first ; and a bay belonging to Mr. Robertson, second ; Mr. Wilson's colt by Marske, honorable menti...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, March 16. EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

OUH TELEGRAMS. [FbOM OUB TELEOKAPHfC CORBESPOHDENT.] I SYDNEY, March 16. EDUCATION BILL. The second reading of the Education Bill was agreed to by a majority of four in favor of the Government. March 17. Sixty members voted on tho Educa tlOIl division ? si* mirprl nflP Tlifi Treasurer voted with the ayes. After the division the proceedings became disorderly ; several scenes occurred, and the galleries were cleared. Mr. Parkes made a statement to the effect that he would no longer maintain the cause of the Denominationalists, and it is generally believed that in future he will support the League. The House counted out at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The funeral of the late? Judge Cheeke was largely attended ; the procession ?was over a quarter of a mile long. Operations to test the depth of the coal measures in the vicinity of Sydney hare been cominenced^at Homebush. Late advices report the discovery of a new goldfield 160 miles [from Cook town, richer than anything yet found. Tho ...

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