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AGRARLAN MURDER IN WESTMEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
,• - ■ • WJ^TME4®. ; ' ■:;■} 11 Wednesday night, April 15, when going from the Kilmean station to his own residence, live miles from the station, after witnessing the loyal entry into Dublin. He has left a widow and five children. An inquest was held on the body on April i6, and a verdict of " Wilful murder" re turned. The deceased was driving on his car, when a man leaped across the hedge and fired the shot. He was so close to Mr Featherstonhaugh that I the coat of the latter was burned. | The coachman who drove Mr Feather j stonhaugh was arrested immediately j after the fatal deed, on suspicion of complicity, but, in the total abseuce ! of proof, was liberated. The deceased ! gentleman, James Howard Feather stonhaugh, was by marriage connected i with the family of the Earl of Wick I low. The Times of the 20!,h Apr>l informs us that a reward of £100 has been offered by the Lord-Lieutenant for the discovery of the perpetrator of thm foul atrocity. The inquest on the remains of th...
SUPPOSED FENIAN DESIGNS ON BUCKINGHAM PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
♦ SUPPOSED FENIAN DESIGNS ON BUCKINGHAM PALACE. Rumours that an attempt had been made to tire Buckingham Pala«e were current on Tuesday night, April 21, and were the subject "of conversation in the neighbourhood of the House of Commons. As the result of special inquiries instituted, we learn, says the Daily News, that the repo:'t was not entirely destitute of foundation, and it is said to be the opinion of the p )lice that such an attempt was con | templated. It seems that between 8 and 9 o'clock a constable in Dlain clothes was walking along the mall in St. James's park, when his attention was drawn to two suspicious-looking men proceeding in the direction of the palace. They carried a large hamper, and from their manner he thought something was wrong. He accord ingly followed them, and on Hearing the palace they halted for a time, and, after looking about, turned off in the direction of Buckingham-gate. He then accosted and questioned them, but could elicit no satisfactory reply. ...
MARY I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
Mary I. Mary I., Queen of England, was the | daughter of Henry VIII., by Catharine of Aragon, his first wife, was born at Green wich, 1516. Her education was liberal, and she acquired so great a knowledge of the Latin language as to undertake a translation of the paraphrase by Erasmus on St. John's gospel, which, however, she did not complete. During the life of her father she experienced many marks of his fierce temper; and the treatment which her mother had experienced contributed much towards increasing her dislike to Henry, and to the alterations which he introduced into the Church. During the reign of Edward, she could not be pre vailed upon to join in communion with the Protestant divines ; on this account, that amiable prince was persuaded by his minister, the duke of Northumberland, to set aside his sistcr3 from the succession, and to declare Lady Jane drey his heir. At his death, in 1553, that lady was pro claimed queen; but her reign lasted only a few days. The partisans o...
BIOGRAPHIES. No. 17. EDWARD VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
BIOG&APklES. ; NoiJ7. JEdwMvI. EdwardVL, the eon of Henry VIII. by Jane Seytnour, ascended the throne in 1547, at the age of tea years, and was born at Hampton Court, 1537. He was » prince of promising talents, virtue, and piety. The Reformation, begun by bis father, was energetically carried on by Archbishop Cramner, throughout his reign. His aversion to popery was so great, that he signed a will, in which be set aside his sisters, Mary and Elizabeth, lest they should favour the Roman Catholics, from the succession, and settled the crown on Lady Jane Grey. Died at Greenwich, 1552. He founded the hospitals of Christ Church, Bridewell, St. Thomas, and a number of grammar-schools, which are ctill popularly known as King Edward's Schools.
THE RITUALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
THE RITUALISTS. The decision of the Couot of Arches was given, early in the month, as to the practices of the Ritualists, and they regard it, not unreasonably, as a triumph. At all events it gives them a status, and they are no longer a mere clique of innovators, to be put down at any price, but a section of the Church of England. Their habits receive a slight correction, that is they are not to incense persons or things, nor to elevate the elements. They must not mix water in the wine, pub licly, but may do so privately, and there are four ways in which they may evade the rule. And they may have two candles on the altar, and miy light them. It need hardly be said that tiny do not appeal against such a decree, but the other side has I given notice of its intention to do so. We hear, also, of proceedings against the Bishop of Salisbury, who is the only one of the Anglican bishops who avows his belief in the supernatural power and the real presence.
THE DEBATE ON THE IRISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
THE DEBATE 0\ THE IRI-H CHURCH. (From the Empire.) Oar last despatch left us waiting for the great debate on the Irish Church. Mr Gladstone had given notice of his three resolutions for the destruction of that Es tablishment, and the Government met these by,an amendment to the effect that certain changes might be desirable, but ■tfcyit any proposal for disendowment ought to Wne before a new Parliament.Four nights of debate followed and tjipj «ind. was a double defeat of the Administration by majo\ities of 60 and 56 : the first rejecting the amendment, the second affirming the resolutions. Hut Mr Disraeli continues ill office*. Sedet, et sedebit. , It maV be said, however, that this, the mp£t impVtapt /debate since the Be^rm Act,/and yith that exception, thempst impbrtattv since 1832 was a goojt Tfaere weteV about for ty-spven '^ppalc^rs, and about a\ dozen of these ^erej^en ^hose dfeUyewd sentiments wiU w remein heredwhen th* history of the time shall be 'made tip Mr Gladstone waive...
DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
Despatches. To Sydney and "Bolalla via the Clyde, every Tut* - day anij Thursday, at 0 a.m. For Sydney via Merimbula, every Friday, at 6 a.n>. For Merimbula, Eien, and Monaro, every Friday and Monday, at 6 a.m. For Kamaruka, every Wednesday and Saturday, at 4 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
MISCELLANEOUS, Parliament is further prorogued to the 28th July next, Mir Hoskius wiU oppbse Mr W. Haufeon in the homing election for Northern &lt;Jold Fifliafc";15 ;':s"1 «-v&lt; ■' i>r Pringle, in ft Wtter^td S. M. Herald, recojihttiendfs quiiiine as a remedy for *"' '&lt;•'* i '.w;V >r; .i-■ :»Beery ^pltnaehe 35dwards, of Bibb6n Itikei Bqmfckla, 16 g&iikted as am&giBtrate -:':V;T ;?*T f \ A&lt; • jatid isile at K&lt;Jea ie i^veyiBed for MQa,fcftg9tli jurife.-.•"•'■ *>*>*fvI !-i iitifertift# J was 1 Some excitement hap caused in Rockhampton by the discovery that some phrenological devote^S^ iij^d GrifSn'tJ grave, opening carrying away the head. * For the eighth time in succession Ox ford has beaten Cambridge in the boat race. Unquestionable evidence has been re ceived of tbe safety of Livingstone, the African explorer. General Lopez, who so treacherously betrayed Maximilian, - Is' in prison at ^Mexico. The estimat...
MUDGEE. THURSDAY. FRIGHTFUL MURDERS BY A CHINAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
MUDGEE. Thursday. I FRIGHTFUL MURDERS BY A I CHINAMAN. ! ( A frightful tuurder has been committed ! I at Maitland Bar (or Ironbark Flat), a I part of the Mcroo Cold-field, about two mil's from Avisford. Late on Tuesday i night a Chinaman entered the store of Mr Ralph Lee and demanded some beef. Mr Lee went to serve him, and a few seconds afterwards Mr Lee's son George, aged nine years, heard his father call for help.* The boy ran to the spot and saw his father lying on the ground and the Chinaman stabbing him. He seized the murderous assailant by the tail, and then ran, the Chinaman following and stabbing him. The Chinaman then ran after Mr Lee's two little girls, Amelia and Frances aged five and a half years and four years, and stabbed them both. Amelia is since dead, and there are no hopes for the re covery of the boy. An elderly girl ran and procured the assistance of a man named Creorgo -Wlieen, who, when he arrived, found Mr Lee dying, the mur derer having rifled his pockets, p...
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hi[?] est." SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
3Sega #aiettc. " Quod petis hie est SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1868. AfV \y\X\ A/V./ '> /A 'V It is with real regret we have learned that the movement set on foot for the more permanent establishment and beneficial working of the Bega School of Arts by providing a suitable build ing and the formation of a library, together with a reading room, has not met with that general support which we thinlc should be given to an insti tution so eminently calculated to pixb mote the advance of education, moral reform, that social intercourse, the cultivation of which is so much to be desired in all Isolated colonial com munities. We understand the idea prevails that the efforts of the society will clash with the project of building the proposed new Episcopalian Church, and that some have refused their aid and- ^assistance in any way on this very ground. This is certainly a" con tracted view to take in reference to so important a pablie matter, and one which exhibits a narrowness of spirit it is rath...
STRANGE DISCOVERY AT HACKNEY-WICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
STRANGE DISCOVERY AT HACOEY-WICK. I The body of a man, in a state of decorn | position, has been found in an unfinished I house, near the Hackney-wick station of | the North London Railway, whose iden tity was the subject of a strange conflict. The man was seen sitting on a bank near the house on the 8th of February, and had a strange conversation with a passer-by % he was not observed again, but the wan ! who spoke to him recognises the body as that of the man to whom he spoke. On the night before Mr 13. Ileasman, a luna tic inmate of St. Luke's, broke out of the institution, stealing articles belonging to other patients; and as the body was dressed in linen with the name of Heas man upon it, while one of the boots was marked with the name of another patient, there would seem little room for doubt that the body is that of the escaped luna tic. Dr Ellis, of the asylum, and Mr Heasman, a brother of the lunatic, also swear to the body. Notwithstanding these facts, Mrs Mary Ann Banks, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
THE fcBSAT CUflE ALL! KNOWN THROUUOUT THE WORLD. mWSWWS OINTMENT. •* i ■ / '•/ ■' ! Bad tegs, Bad breasts, Soros and T ? 1 U1Tf , &lt; ,&lt; • ' , ALL de8cr^tipn(Sf^80PeBJuire&lt;a,eroe(lie(I' by thfe proper and diligent use of this inestimable preparation. To attempt to cure bad legs by plas tering tbe edges of the wound together i§ a folly; for shonld the skin upite.a, liq^gy diseased, condi-, tion remains uuderiifefcth tollrerilout wi£li "tenfold fury in ft few days. The operational and success ful treatment, as indicated is, to" reduce the intfammation in and a^iitrthd^ound awl to' •oothe tbid pejghhquring p^rts by rubbing,in plenty ofthe Ointment as salt ia forced into meat. This will cause the malignant humours to be drained off from the hard, swollen, and discoloured parts round the wound, sor? or nicer, and when these humours are removed,, fclie wounds themselves will soon heal; warm breadand water poultices applied over the affected parts, after the ...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
Local and General Hews. Church of England.—The Eev. A. D. Soares (of Queanbeyan) will (d.v.) officiate to-morrow, in St. John's. Di vine Service wiit commence at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ' Telegraphic Extension, Bega to Eden.—We have this week to communi cate the pleasing intelligence that this line has been sanctioned by the Govern ment, and that as soon as the bond is signed operations will be commenced; so that iu about three months, Mr Cracknell, the Superintendent of Telegraphs, to whom the district is indebted for pushing the matter forward, will most likely re deem his promise given (as some of our readers may remember) at the meeting/ at the Court-house, u to come up and open the line." Accident.—We regret to have to chronicle a serious accident to Mr1 Frederick Hand, of Briandairj, which resulted in a fracture of the right arm, just above the elbow. Mr Hand * was about mounting his horse on the morning of Monday last, when a fowl flying up startled the horse into shying, and^-Mr ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
W. KIXON'S ZEJIG-IBCT-ECOKSEi *W"JLC3-(30ISr WILL LEAVE BEG-A. Every WEDNESDAY for MERIMBULA 1 p.m., and return as soon as possible after the arrival of the J^j&Mgr. The Bega Jockey Club. THE MEETING for July for the transaction of business will be held at Mrs White's, Vic toria Ian, oa TUESDAY, the 21st proximo, at 3 o'clock. FEED. BERNE, Hon. Sec. THE VAKROVILIiE STUD Distribution. IN 1400 SHARES OF JE5 EACH, 34 PRIZES, CONSISTING- of the most fashionably bred Blood Stock in the Australian colonies, in cluding the celebrated horse FIREWORKS, flin tier (amongst other vaces) of the Champagne and Derby at Randwick, the Derby and Leger at Mel bourne, and the Launceston Champion Race; also, ZOE, winner of two Champion Races; and CLOVE, winner of the first Australian Derby. The Drawing will take place at Sydney on the 2nd day of JULY next, in the presence of the fol lowing committee:— Colonel Waddy, C.B. J. A. Turner, Esq. W. Macleay, Esq. W. M. Alderson, Esq. W. B. ralley, Esq....
Original Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 June 1868
Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of thk "Beoa Gazktte.") Sib,—You will greatly oblige ma by inserting the following correspondence in your next issue, from which it will appear that the non-arrival of the new master for St. John's School is owing to no fault of the Local Board, but to cir cumstances which they could not control, and which may occur in pny other in stance ; and I wish to avail myself of the opportunity to assure the members of the Church of England that neither the Board nor myself will leave anything undone to secure the cervices of a suit able'master. Copy of the schoolmaster elect's let : "May 80,186&: Dear Sir,—I believe that I sIjeR be ecatniued uext week, and there will then, t suppose, be no further delay in my departure for Bega. I received your letter yesterday evening. I remaiu Tours faithfully, Chris. &lt;3. Glibke. - ■ ' ^'Council of Edu&i&ti Office,' , Mnp^a^ffoW im; Rev. 8ifr,~ With to your let terbf lltliApril'laa...