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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Tuesday. Italt officially denies tho report of a triple allutuco between Germany, Austria aud Italy. Further arrests have been made in connection with the attempt to land ex plosives at Liverpool. Further discoveries of dynamite made ot P/,1-1 Russian Nihilists announced that plans are made for au intended attack ou the Czar on the occasion of bis Coronation. They warn guests to avoid tho Czar at tho eeremony. Queen still suffering from her recent accident. The injury to her knee pre cludes her standing without support. O'Donovon Rossa, one of the most ac tive of the Irish dynamite party in America, has issued a statement that the recent explosions in Loudon will shortly be followed by others of greater violence. Revenue of Great Britaiu for past year amounts to £80,000,000 sterling. LONDON, Wednesday. J oint Parliamentary Committee appointed lu icjjuni iijjuu uio e&iiuumucy oi permit ting construction of channel tunnel. Germany and Spain conclu...

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

'Advertisements, ^^^LICAN CHURCH. the Half-yearly COL on behalf of tlio KRAL the DI0Q3S E, wjUM^made in CHUlw. SUN- the Stn^ GlMUG, Vicar will EVANS^^PS, — A Parlour Maid ; one ac ^^^^^^K:iistomcd to wait at table. — Apply ROWLEY'S HOTEL. ? tt T A ST ED. — A Smart, Active Boy, as W y\ Apprentice to the tinsmithing.— Apply * E. PARSONS, Auckland-street. WANTED a lad to assist iu dniry and nuike himself useful. 'Wages, 10s. to 12s. a m't.— Apply Stasiimui Office, or to THOMAS CROCKER, Brown Moun tain. fno DAIRY PUOP1UETORS.—' Wanted J[ a place 1)V imurieii couple, both good milkers ; choose or butter ; on halves or on vanes. Apply for address at oflloo ol tins paper. TVT OTIC13. — Any cattle straying on my _1_\ Selections at Black Range will bo im pounded. WM. NEILLEY. ITtOK SALE. — A Selection, splendidly ' stocked willi grand timber, and with a market for any quantity of sawn stuff close s.t hand. — For particulars a ] iv.lv to WM. NEILLEY. -j--| REWARD. — Lost on Monday, '2nd otL I...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] LOADING AT BERMAGUI. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with ttie opinions ex pressed by correspondents.] LOADING AT BERMAGUI. {To the Editor of the Bega Standard. J urn, — win you anow me tnrougn tne medium of your columns to call attention to the hardships the farmers and others about Cobargo and Tilba are sufferiug, on account of the insufficient means of transit for their produce to Syduey. For about 10 months past two resse's have beeu plying lo Bermagui, the ' Ariel' and ' Alice May,' but the former has for some reason or other been taken off. I cannot understand why, not on account ol insuniciont support certainly, as to my personal knowledge the last trip she left Bermagui she refused both cheese and butter. So we aro now at the mercy of Captain Smith, who, judging from past i experiences, will come and go when it j suits his lordly will and pleasure. There are now at least a dozen load6 of bark waiting shipment at the wharf, j besides corn and other produce, and i nearly eve...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, March 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

COMMERCIAL. UAIKX^DALK LIVE STOCK MAItrCKT. S.iturdny, March 27. i\lv:ssi:s. A. .Macai;thl*i; anu w. report: — W«* had a most successful day'n sales on Saturday, owrylhing offered realising full market rates. The store cattle commanded very keen competition, and, notwithstanding the very dry weather, the whole were readily ? bought up. A grand fall of rain has, however, sot in to-day, whieh will lmvo the uffect of putting an entirely now complexion on nll stone transactions, and tliose panaocKSwnicn, previous to to-day's rain, had nil nbundnncc of grass but no water, can now be safely stocked. We yarded over (-00 head of store cattle, and sold as follows For mortgagees of Cassillis station, Omeo district, 44 young bullocks at £1 lis ; SO cows, name owners*, £2 lis : for Michael O'llourke, Esq., Monaro, 107 mixed cattle at £3 2s fid all round; for Jjaurenee livan, Esq., of Glenroy, near Dele gate, 12 bulioeks at £4 10s: 29 steers at £3 7s for same owner ; 40 cows, same owner at £2 13...

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

Farewell Dinner. On Wednesday ovoning about thirty-fivo gontlomon assembled at Underbill's Hotel to bid farewell to Mr. P. H. Wood, J.P, on the occasion of his departure for a trip to England. Tho dinner was of tho liberal order for which tho hostess is celebrated, and after tho serious businoss was got through, the chairman, Mr. Podon, pro posed tho toast of the Quocu and Royal Fmnilv. whir.H wns dtilv limtnrnil Tho chairman then proposed the toast of tho ovoning, ' our guest.' He did not commence with regret that he, and not an older friend of Mr. Wood's, was in that position. Ho had known their guest over ton years, and during that period had boon in almost constant contact, socially and in business relations with, Mr. Wood, and he thought himself as woll ablo to form an opinion of the upright conduct and estimablo character of their guest as any who had known him for a longer Eeriod. Mr. Wood had by perseverance, y sterling integrity, and bv sound busi noss knowledge and foresig...

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

Church Services. Church of Eugland. nmxii RKltVICR M ill be hold at St. John's Bega, U -*wry Siiudtiv Morning uu'l cvoniup. ]IulyO)inmuniai on the Fir.-tStimlrtyiu JSrcry Month, lioly llapti-m on th«- ili-s i Sn:ul;iy in every month, at *4 p. iu. N\U. In iMses of noccJ-Mty the Sucruroent of li:ipti»u will be miminitJlercd «t «my timo and place. April S. — T.iriuT:iTnl?i, a p.m. April li.— Ancle-Iulo, 1 p.m.; Ang-ledalo School Apnl 1;-.— Numlimr.rn. 3 p.m. April 1*. — Stoney ('reek School, 13 n. April 2-. — Tiiujii, 3 p.m. April ' \V«lIugO!)t. 3 p.m. D. E. EVAN3-J0NBS, Tioar. KAMriU'KA PAf.lRIT. Aprils. — Krunerukn. 11 a.m. ; TuntnTranglo, S p.m., by tlio Hev. U. tfpeuecr, of Tiunut. April l.V— Kumovuka II a.m. ; t WolumUS p.m. April 2J.— r Colombo, 11.30. n.m. '1I.C.] ; t Cntidelo, 7 p.m. April t Kamcruka, 11 a.m. [H.C.] ; + TitntitwMifflo 3 p.m. All .irrnres marked thus + the collections will be hi aid of the Church Society. 'Wki-.k Day Sijktich. April 2G.— Moffilla, i'.30 p.m. n. ...

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

Shipping, tllawarra steam navigation I COMPANY. THE New Screw Steamship ALLOW - RIE or KAMERUKA will lea re as fol low*: — Fuom Syuney every Weunks.ua'yr and Sat UKDAVX, at ]0 A M., ,, Edkn every Sati'iiuays and Ti esdays, at S ii.m., for Passengers. ,, Mebimuula every Satijuiay, and Tuesday, at a.m. for Paswu gCl'S. ,, TATnuAOvcrySATiKJUvand Ti'ksday, at 11 a.m., for Passenlrcrs. ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken on board the day previous, viz., FRIDAY and MONDAY Fares and Freight* at Lowest Rates. Freight for Dead '\Voiglit and Measure ment, 20s. per ton. No Charge for steals on Board during passage. Agent at Hekimkvla — Mr. A- T. GIBSON'. Eden — Mr. HUBERT KEON. T.vtiuia — Mr. C. B. MEYER. 'PASMANIAN STEAM if A VI 1 GATIOX COMPANY. THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS TASMAN AND CORINNA FARES— Saloon (single) £2 ; Return, £3 ; Return Tickets available for One Month ; Steerage, £1. First-class Accommodation. No Charge for Meals. Freight, £1 per ton Weight or Measure ment . For Freight or Passage ...

Police Court. TUESDAY, 3RD APRIL. (Before Messrs. J. Davis, P.M., and P. H. Wood, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Police Court. Tuesday, 3rd Atuil. (Before Messrs. J. Davis, P.M., and P. II. Wood, J.P. Maurice 1 inpcane was charged with de taining a maro the property of Edward Tiernau. Mr. and Mrs. IVrnan sworo to having bought tho mare in Araluon from a man named Hiokoy, and produced the reccipt. Maurice Finucane. sworn, said tho mare belonged to his wife, and that ho had had the use of tho animal sinco his marriage with plaintiff's daughter, two rnnra non rliirinv wliieli timn tintfliAr Tiernan nor his wifo had said anything about tho mare. Tho first timo that Tier nan said anything about it was ono Sun day in February, when ho asked defend ant if ho would givo tlie mare up, and ho replied ho would not ; did not hear any thing else about hor till lie received tho summons. Mrs. Finucane said tho mare was given to her somo years ago. and that she had had possession of her over sinco. Tho Bench mado an ordor that the maro bo delivered up in 3 days. James Clarke, from near Nimitj'belle, was charg...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 April 1883

Tin; Amsterdam Exhibition is to open on the 1st May. and, :is the New South Wales Commissioner reports, wiMi the building in a state of utter nnprepnred ntss for the event. It strikes us that our Government is giving more than sifter all, lie a sort of '' one-horse ' display. The glories of Amsterdam as an emporium of trade have long since departed, and even if our colony should mal;e a grand display, and attract mor« attention than the most sanguine can look fur. and rominerci.il advantages to ? be gained (he almost valueless. ' But while we are taking much . trouble for the smallest possible results as 1o the Amsterdam show, a more im portant event iu a country more iui medintely connected with us bids fair to be lost sight of in our desire to make 's display in the decayed emporium on the banks of the Zuyder Zee. The Cap ital of vho vast Tiulhn Emp:ve is about to hold an industrial gathering, aud r.llh'xich it orisinafed in a private speculation, it has taken a strong hold on the...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [/Vtfirt a«r Ttla/rtphig Cori'exptniletilt.'] SYDNEY. Aphil 0. Caulk communication again interrupted. Cost of the Californian mail service for tlie past four years amounted to £90,000, and of tbe P. and O. i!14,G00. During the same period tbe Orient Conipauy carried tbe mails free. Several small fires broke out in various Darts of tli 6 Citv on Saturdav niulit : no material damage done. Thunderstorm early this morniug fol lowed by heavy rain. Dastardly outrage committed at Suok lings Station, near Murruruurii. A large hayshed, containing S tons, burnt to the ground, a valuable horse stabbed iu the ribs, and attempt made to burn him alive. A man arrested on suspicion. Another serious rail '.ray accident in Victoria, on Saturday. Early good* train entering Boradford station, when tbe poiutsiuau turned train to the aiding instead of tbe proper road. The locomo tive dashed through tbe gates of tho station, doing considerable damage. Six trucks left the rails, three capsir...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

E5 I, O COMMONS. FINAL KOTIOE. CK runn Aun tli^^Auiuons 01) impoundea^^^^^^^H y of ? ^#2 i. — PROTESTANT HALL, CANDELO. ible tender lias ns yot boon re us building, tlio Vime for rc rs lias Loon prolonged to Satur ril. specifications mar bo seen on - }lr. George Allen, Wolumla. Tenders to be directed to SAMUEL ALLEN, Wolumla. By order of the Building Committee. pUBLIC NOTICE. I, ROBERT BRIDLE. of Mount Harriett, near Candelo, and formerly of Wolumla, hereby caution the public against driving crcdit to any person in my name without iny ?written authority. ROBERT BRIDLE. Candelo. 31st March, 1SS3. ?jjop growing. MESSRS. TATE BROTHERS, of SYD NEY, write to me offering- to supply all in formation to parties desirous of trying the culture of hop?, and to procuro sets for thcin. Auy oue desirous of obtainiug tho iufor - mation will please apply to \VM. XEILLEY. DR. HANSON MAT BE CONSULTED at liis RESI DENCE, Opposite the Catholic Parsonage, Girrs Street, Bega. AUCTION SALES. TUESDAYS AND ...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

TRISUTER'S TELEGRAMS.! LONDON. Srr.vmv. Akticle published in the Lancet states that tho March winds havo been tho means directly of causing ton thousand doaths in lingland^and Wales. Porto consontod to allow tho junction of Austrian and Turkish railways in Sorvia. Activity of tho Nihilists in Russia will probably havo tho effect of postponing tho corronation of tlio Czar. Colonial olheo rofusod to publish Colonol Scratcliley's report oil colonial defences. Sir Garnet Wolsoly and Earl Clan william accompany tho Duke of Edin burgh to tho coroinony of coronation- of tho Czar. Mr. Gladstone accepts tho motion of Mr. Rylaud. member for Burnslcigh, con demning tho growth of natioual expendi ture. He proposes tho appointment of a seloct coinmittoe to review the estimates. Police authorities beliovo tho Fonians intond to attempt several dynamite or-, plosions simultaneously in various parts of London. American Fenians stato that at present 200 factories iu England aro specially intruded to ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

GENERAL NEWS. 11G5 entries for the Grafton Show. Clarence River gradually sanding up. 610 acrcs scleeted at Cooma last week. ' 5800 acres selected at Wagga last week. Mr. Henry Underbill sold Jack of Clubs. Hirer Darling 22 feet above summer lovel. | Montenegrins and Albanians crossed swords. Bouibala bauquet to Sir. 13adgeiy very successful. Eight selections, nearly 1000 acres, at Bom bala last week. Czav recalling all Russian officers now serving in Bulgaria. Mr. Julian Salomons, Q.C., returns to Aus tralia by the Carthage. Capt. Morris engaged on the survey of the , Cooma-Dombala line . * Bridge to be erected over the Cooma Creek 1 on the road to Boinbala. Mr. G. Woollett eoldBimiyumbla for £G, 000 i cash, to a Victorian buyer. Association for the prevention of sheep stealing formed at Boinbala. j Hopes of floating the steamer Australian i aground at the Claicnee Uiver. P. and O. Go's steamer Australia has her i passenger space fully taken up. | The Tasmania, steamer sunk in Port...

Banquet to Dean Slattery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

Banquet to Dean Slattory. About 70 attended tho banquet wliioli, was highly successful. Mr. Montgomery, J.P., occupied tho cliair, supported by Judgo McFarland, Mr. H. S. Badgory, tho Mayor of Cooma, Mr. G. W. Spring, and other loading residents. In reply for tho enthusiastic reception of his lio'alth, the Dean replied as follows, according to tho Milium) Mcrcury ; — ' He thanked them from tlio very bottom of his heart for the magnificont _ banquet they hail given liiin, nnd tho kind maimer in which they bad vocoivod bis name. For him, it was a moment of deep gratitude, and ho was not ablo fully to respond. Tho as semblage ooinprisodof tho leading Catholic and Protectant gentlemen of Monnro, and mou o! intelligence and wealth, did liiin an honor that was unmerited on his part, though he know it was sincero aud true. | They bad Come to -congratulafco liiin on liis elevation as Deaii. His Grace, the Archbishop, not only intended to honor hiin, but tlio people of Monaro also, i« raisin...

Hop-picking at Oxley. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

Hop -picking at Oxley. ]}(-r ii::o\ying in the Oxlev district was ('iniiiHMKCil ]o years ago by Mr. Jolin Henley, wIiosl' plantation is Kitnali'.l oil tin.* Ovens iiivcr, about 14 miles i roiii W (injjiii'.-ittn. Along tlie U|i;«t -)vl-is ami its friluitarv, tlie Kin.' ill.. !.? :iii- ,.;.i n..i.. I soil, suilal.le for tlie growing ol hops, tobacco, in n-.((, potatoes, and such oilier crops as iv-]iiiri; rich lauil for tlieir piodiiclion, and the l-ivers oiler facilities lor irrigation, wliicli have jti.-itci i.'illv assisted in tlie raising of spuei.il products. Tlie exhibits from these aluivial Hats constitute an im portant part of tlie interesting collec tion of jiniihicfs to he seen at tlie annual shows lieltl at Wangaratta, where hops, toliaeeo, maize, potatoes, inaou'-'ls, and beet, along with grain, or.-niges, grapes, and other fruits, make up one ot the most varied displays of agricultural produce to he met with in the colony. Although all these des criptions of produce have...

The Amended Licensing Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

The Amended Licensing Bill. I The socond reading of tho Amended Lioen sing Bill was moved by tho Premier, Mr. Stuart, in tho House on Thursday night. Ho explained the main provisions of the Bill. Tho Herald thus reports hi* re marks : — 'Tho present Act was, ho said, th« outcoino of tho strugglos of various con louuing parties, ana somo-ot iw provisions wore, in his opinion, unnecessarily harsh. Thoro was a, disposition, when it was passed, to proscribe tho class engaged in the trade, and some of that feoling was to ba observed in tho mannor in which it wan administered. The Bill was intended to roinove harsh and unuocossary restrictions on tho licensoo*, nnd to improve tha law iu othor respects. The iirst 12 clauses woro devotod to tho removal of the obi ca- tions to which he referred, such as con tingencies which would make the value of proporty depend on convictions or non convictions for selling to persons who falsely roprosontad that thoy were bona fido travellers. IIo could ha...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

TIJIE TABLE of the ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of the Mailt* at Bega Post Oftiec, from 1st September, 1882. Mails from Sydney (ororlaud), Daily, (Tuesday ex cepted], ut o..10 p.m. Goulburn, IJraidwood, Woniya, Eurobodnlln, Cobtrge and J3ri)go, ])nily (Tucsdny cxceptcdj at 5.30 p.m. 'WolionfTonp nud Sydney (per steamer), Thursday. tunc uncertain. Candelo, Iviuncruka, Monday, Thursday, and S.aturdiiv, nt 7.30 p.m. Mogilla , Monday, at 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain, via Candelo, Monday and Thurs day, at 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain, rin N'uinbiisrtrn, Sunday, G.OO p.m. Eden, Ptiubulu. Morimbulu, Woliualft, Tuesday aad Friday, at 2.30 p.m. Cboma, Ijoiubaln, and Monnro District, Sunday at C.30 p.m. ; Tucsduy and Friday, 2.30 P.m. ; Satur day. r.30 p.m. Tanja, (Nelson), Monday, at 3.30 p.m. JJF.M'ATfiHISS. Mails for Sydney (overland), Daily (Thursday ex cepted) nt 10p.m. Goulbum, Braidwood, Moruya, Eurobodnlla, Cobarjf# nnd Bropo, Daily (Thursday excepted) 9.30 p.m. Sydney and Wollongonfr (porsteamer) Sa...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

GOBARGO. {From our own Correspondent.) I I seu that the genial Hod. See. of our Progress Oommittoe — which, ns in this inst&uce, occasionally T/akos np— has boon telegraphing in all diroctious tho diseorery that we are in want of addition al facilities fov tUt- conveyance of local potent reasoui by \ray of apology orjusti fieation. He is unually bo paliont, so urbane, bo penile in his dcuicauour, as befltn his daily oeoupatiou, of which he is a pattern mauagcr jior exo that it is quite fitartliutf to nee him pose as a man with a grievance ; but, iu defcruuco to his cherished hopes, most heartily nnd quito as Benousiy, uo 1 say to min, as a ijottuon clergyman once said to me, in reference to a desired matter which I then thought essential to my existence ' I wish you may get it.' As I predicted — not Wiggins — mark that! As I predicted there is quite a rush for supplying hotel accommodation for this El-Dorado, and so plentiful are public houses here likely to be that I al PAf...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

XI-;:CIAL At)Vi:UTlStiMl-:SrTS, . ' -J L LAW AH HA STEAM NAVIGATION ?i COMPANY. THIS Xi'W Si-i'i'w Steamship A LTjOW- IilK or JvAMEKUivA will IciiTO as fol lows:— 1'ihim SvDNi'.v every WiaixKSiiAVS and Sat VllHAVS, Jit' H) X N-, „ Km:* fv. rv Sati-iiimvs nnd TiEMiiTB, nt S a.m., fur l'assi.'iifrers. ,, Mi:itiJinv i.a every Satkuhay, ahd Tci suav, at U.30 a.m. for Passen T.vn\r.\ every Sati uhav nnd Ti'ksuat, ill. 1 1 a.m.. f»r l'assenprcrs. ATJ, CARGO DELIVERED, nnd tnVon ou board (In1 l.'.v previous, viz., FRIDAY mid MONDAY Fares ai.il Freights at Lowest Ratos. ];i\ i f,-r Dead Weight and Measure ment. 'JOs. per ton. No Cliiirjre for Meals on Board during passage. ' ? Aiii:xr at Meiiimiii i.a — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. lLn en — Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tatiika— Mr. 0. B. MEYER. mASMANlAX STJiAM NAVIGATION J GOJIl'ANY. TDIE TABLE 1'OR APRIL. S. S. TASMAM'. TC«V7V\UT TU Syoskv. Syhnrt to Hoba*t. Mim'luv, 10th, (uoon.1 | Moudajr, flth. Mimda'y. floth, (nouu.) | Monday, 23nl. S. S. CORINNA. Ii\rN»'Kr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

BANKING COM l'AXY OF SYDNEY. WJ BEGA. Capital, iGOO.OOO. Reserve Fund, £020,000. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DE POSITS at current rates ; CHEQUES col lected, DRAFTS issued, and all usual Bank ing business transacted. Bank Hours.— l'rom 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noon.) HENRY WALKER, Manager. -gANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. BEGA BRANCH. Capital, £1,000,000. Reseiive, £500,000. THIS BANK discmints Bills, grants Cash Credits, makes advances upon approved security, allows interest on lixed deposits, aud transacts all other Hanking liusioiss. GOLD 1'UH'JHASEl) or advanced on. \VM. SCOTT, Manager. Australian joint stock BANK, BEGA BRANCH. A BRANCH of tliis BANK is now OPEN Jn the premises known as BROAD'S ' ' BEE' HIVE STOKES.' All usual Banking Business transacted. Wit. SGOTT, JIanaoeb. June, 1st. 1SS2. Branches have also been established at the undermentioned places. BO JIB ALA. — C0HARG0, — COOJIA. Business Directory. bbb and booth, COMMISSION AGENTS, G!) and 71 Susse...

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