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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 April 1883

Bv a resolution of the House it Las been decided to withdraw from sale, except bv conditional purchase, . all hinds other than town nnd suburban. Tliis, of course, prevents the Bega Tem porary Commons from being put to the 1.™,™,. Tl.o nvnn„cn r.t c„..unn 1..J already been incurred ; the lands are looI;cd on as of exceptional value ; and a good haul for the Treasury was an ticipated. That the sale is a pet one with the Government, we may gather from the fact that Mr. Adams, the Surveyor General, visited the district some fifteen months ago specially to enquire into tlie value before fixing tlie upset prices. J In order to make it possibly now to bring these lands to the hammer, tbe Government, under proclamation dated 2nd April, declare the Crown Lands embi.iced within (he boundaries of tbe Bega Populal ion Reserve as 'a site for the extension to the ruburban lands of Bega.' This removes all objections to j l.lie dNposnl of the lands, and no d3ubt an early aniKuincement will be made...

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

Advertisements, WANTED. — A I'arlour Maid ; one ac customed to wait at tabic. — Apply ROWLEYS HOTEL. WANTED. — A Smart, Active Boy, as Apprentice to the tin smithing. — Apply E. PARSONS, Auckland-street. WANTED by a Carpenter a situation : applicant willing to make himself generally useful. — Apply, Office of this Paper. HORSES FOR HIRE; 10s. a day.— Apply, |D. KISS. NOTICE. — Any cattlo stvayin^r on my Selections at Black liaugc will be im pounded. AVM. NEILLEY. t} 1 BEWARD. — Lost on Monday, 2nd dt/l Instant, near Caudclo, A GOLD CROSS. The above reward oil return to this oHice. j^EGA AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. THE MEMBERS of the above Club arc requested to altcud a Mecti^on TUESDAY evi:nikg, 17th AP1UUBS3. Business : 'To Rc\-isc^Hp of tlio Rules.' A. SAT^JlR, Hon. Sec. OK PRIVATE 3000 PALINGS, ISO 2-HOLE POSTS, anl^p' 10,000 to 30,000 GOOD LATHS. HASLINGDEN and RODD. rjl H T'*; N E 8. I HEREBY beg to express my gMglu&e and thanks to the neighbors and triWyM who who were so at...

American Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

American Items. (From the Heralds Hew York Letter). A TUir.n great disaster took place in the city of New York. At a Catholic school in Third-street, which is under the direction of tbe lledemptorist Fathers, there was a sudden alarm of lire ; a wild rush of 500 children and (heir nun teachers down the ono stairway which the llauies had left open ; a break ing of the wooden balustrades near tbe bottom, nnd a piling up of scores of bodies in a heap at the entrance. For tunately, the firemen were promptly on hand, nnd, having extinguished the fire in two or three minutes, used super human efforts to save the poor children. In a short five minutes, however, noless than 16 little creatures, from 6 to 12 years old, hnd been suffocated, while a score of others had been more or less injured. Had the fire proved unman ageable — a quite conceivable case — half or two-thirds of all the children would assuredly have been sacrificed. There was seldom a more pitiful spactacle than at the funeral...

New South Wales and Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Now South Wales aud Victoria. Tin: rivalry between New South Wales aiiil iotorin as colonies was certain, in dm: time, to extend itself to Sydney and Melbourne, their respective capitals. Every now and again an event happens which leads to a comparison or a con trast of t lie two cities, with varying results as to which of tlieni should hear the palm. Both places have suffered Jiot a little at tho pens of travellers, who having spent a few hours or a few days in each place forthwith give to the world the benefit of their small observa tions, forgetful of (he fact that they have specially noticed only such things as are inuisuiil to themselves, as a dust storm in Sydney, or the surface drain age of Melbourne. The cities were totally different in the circumstances of their origin ; the fine grew, the other w-as niaile. There was no competent person lirre ninety years ago to watch the. growth of our capital, and if. so grew just, as the necessities of early colonial life permitted or c...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

TIME TABLE of tho ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of the Mails at Bega foot Office, from let September, 1882. ARliirii.fi. MiuIb from Sydney (overland), Daily, (Tuesday ex* ccptcd), nt5.:J0n.m. Ooulbuni, 13mk1woo(1, Moruya, Euro bod all Cobarg* and Brogo, Dailr (Tuesday cxcept«d) at 5,30 p.m. TTollonffong' and Sydney (per steamer), Thursday, time uncertain. Candelo, Karacruka, &c., Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7.30 p.m. Mogilla, Monday, at 7.80 p.m. Drown Mountain. via Candelo, Monday and Tfasr^ day, jit7.30p.ro. Brown Mountain, ria Ntimbujwa, Sunday, 0.80 p.m. Kden, 1'nabulA, Mcrimbulo, Wolumla, Tuesday aad Friday, at 2.30 p.m. Cooma, Bombala, and Monaro District, Sunday -at 6.80 p.m. ; Tuesday and Friday, 2.30 p.m. : Satur day, 7. SO p.m. Tanja, (Kelson), Monday, at 9.30 p.m. Hails for Sydney '{orcrllnd), Daily (Than day ex cepted) at 10 p.in, Oouibum, Braidwood, Horuyn, Eurobodnlla, Cobaif* and llropo, Daily (Thursday excepted) 9.30 p. is, 8ydneyaud 'YVollongoag (pcrsteamer) S...

The Brief History of an Important Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

The Brief History of an Impor tant Discovery. Scir.N'ci: in not likely to be regarded with much favour by commonplace people, unless they are able to discover in it something of practical utility. What seems most to lie lamented is tliat the merely casual observer dots not always toot; tar enough to see how apparently trivial scientific discoveries may possibly benefit the cunmuiiitv, if only properly applied. Tiie circum stance that persons drinking of a cer tain stream were cured of fever, led to t'i«- (lis-.-ovt ry of the virtues . of Jesuits' b.u k and subsequently of quinine, since it was found out that large quantities of cinchona leaves, branches, and twigs had fallen into and impreg nated the waters-. Another notable instance is afforded by the history,, of the now well-known insecticide pre pared by Mr. Kruse. A traveller through Eastern Europe noticed that there was an almost utter absence of insect life in certain districts, as also that a peculiar kind of flowering shrub...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

[RE UT ER'S TELEGRAMS.] ? ? IjONDON. WmmsTUT. ? Friwcit squadron loft for Tonquin. Reported that tho Prince Bismhrck will shortly be created one of the reign ing princes of tho German Empire. Sir Win. McArthur presented in tho ! Houso of Commons a petition from 600,000 Weslevans in favor of Suudav closing of public houses. Believed that the man Norman, arrested in tho Strand with dynamite in bis posses sion, has given tho authorities important information. Various military garrisons in London and suburbs strengthened by troops. . Fenians extremely active in Canada ; considerable alarm exists. Emperors of Austria and Germany and King of Italy exchanging visits. LONDON, Thursday. Feekch seizing strategic points at Ana m. Treasurer of tbo Irish National Land League in Dublin annouueos the receipt of £5000 from Mr. Redmond since his arrival in Australia; also states that Mr. | Redmond informs him that intelligence of alleged connection of the League with the Phoenix Park murders, togeth...

[?]ections. THURSDAY, 12TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

^^^BFfections. WoSsday, 12th AriiiL. AVilltam OohnsoX, 00 acrus, :it ttoungflH nt iS.W. corner of 2-ortiwi 71, ]-ari|j^^^H Wulln^oot. Junior 'Walker, -10 acres, Oornuook, of his C.l\ measured portions Xo. 00 aud 01. George Walker, 00 acres, Ooraiiook, cast of 0. Parrell's portion Ko. 83, and south of portion Xo.

Bermagui. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Bermagui. [Fhom orn nirx Cuuiirwpo.viiKXT.] Wn-are in a state of mild exciteiuont'dowif '| herd; just now. . Messrs ? Moorhead aiii j BiSHIi'b lien- piircliilspfihe &arairi}ea.ltie, \ arrived here last Thursday. ? She appears tfpbo-n good nnd strong *vc£Sol,'jhst the'1 right .sort for this trade. She has got her cargo oTi board nnd is ready for sea. The Alice May arrived to-day with, I am told, TTgflOO cargo; which will eh&of thO'hc.-irtS * of tho storekeepers, as from ' unfovseen circumstances' in some Uuds their stocks were getting low. Well, provide agaiust those ' unforeseen circumstances,' 'take -a loiig pull, a strong pull, and a pull to gether' and you will certainly pull a steamboat to Horseshoe Bend. What magic there is in that one word ' steam it moans speedy and regular communi cation ; it means, except iu very rare occasions, no disappointment: it means that onr dairy people, selectors, and others cojild-, seud calves, pigs, .poultry ,... eggs, honey, par...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

COMMERCIAL. ? 'BAMNEDALE X.TVE STOCK ^LVRKET. March 31. Messrs. A. Macarthuk ami Co. report : — We yui'dcd over 40 head of local horses, an«l a number of odd lots- of stoer*, cows ninl baiters, Hcnvly all local lots. Sales wero quickly prices twro very fir»), nwl many buyers wore pro-soul, Ibf* bur* fine rnin having given quite an impetus l-- Ihe ^tnre cattle market. J3nt a nv.icli li?uvi«T full of rain is yet wanln;! to givo the urns- a f ' ir start l»cfofe tbo frost ««ts in. R-it C.-itiln — We sold a pen of 11 faf. cows for Mr. Jen nings, at £5 7s per 1 1 c vn (1 , nnd one or iwo oilier lots at about same avorn^. Store Stock. — For Mr. Biggins' lot of o-^vs wo re ceived £3 Ss ; youn;: ml JiWfc-rs, same owner, at 37* ; for Mr. Thonin* Hji: ri.;. from Omeo, lot of cows at '2s '».i ; of steers, same owner, at 10s; loi «-f j sauie owner, nt 1'2 Us M ; w-y(*kin„r ijulli'i'ks. ' same owner, al £7 per head : i't omv* ; for Mr. Hamilton, Clifton. «1 i'3 Us : lol of ; co was for Mrs- -Smit...

Political Dodgery. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Political Dodgery. (Tin our 1'mibutn Carrr&iumtfrtit). Tin; promulgation of liberal ideas, the framing of liberal nud equitable laws, full liberty of discussion, marred often by liberty of spocch, are the prominent features of the ago aud tho country we live in; but as 'public men ventilate their liberal ideas in tho presonco of a not over discerning crowd, do their actions prova their sincority, or aro wo not justified in endorsing tho chargo laid against a num ber of our public men by ono of them selves, that they are frauds and impostors ? From recently disclosed and publicly de clared statements, wo are led to believe that political dodgory, political chicanery,, and gross immorality, aro the prominent characteristics of many of our parliamen tary representatives. That an adroit system of. lying is a necessary adjunct to all political traders, aud drunkenness au excusable folly ; otherwise, and to speak plainly, duplicity is the experienced poli tician's creod. Let us si...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

. i; to Turner r.rskiiii' Street, Sydney, for 0 i oi' Pure ;nul Unfortified ^^^^F''-'--ni.-i! i i : t- ; tin- best drink fur snni mi'.'. Advsi'tissaiaaSs, 'VTrTANTlCD. — A Parlour Maid; one ac \ \ eiv-l:m:r-] :o i ? ;-t t.'iM''. — Aejdv K'AVLliVK HOTEL. 1-^TA XTE P. — A Smr.rt. AsSive B.jv, ns ! \ V _\j\' 'i'- ::' ? !t' : iivniii lii;]^'. — Ap;.]v | K. r.Vlv ^'NS. Auc'.'.liind-strcct. : ^.VNTI'O l y :i Carivnt.-r :i situation : V V' \v:lUnir to make himself jr 'iu Milv il -;- ,VJ , — 0. :!-'(: of tliis I'm;-:'. ]r ?' v : ; i : : S i'OIi HIKE ; 10.-:. a day. D. KISS. N'tl'i'iijil. — .V'.'.y ~'.v;iy\n^ , on my Selcc-ions ::t lih:A l^iiuri-' mil be iiu f ln.my.lt J. | TO. NEILLEY. [ |'i wi'| Ki'WARD v-JU be jjiven on convic v \vm oi ixny person taking cattlc out oi tii' TitMl-lUM::::?' PiL ? -Ir-clc. Mr. i^rank jjjllor h.is cli.iv^s of tlio Pad dock. HENRY 'WREN. Knmaruka, 12ih April, 16{S3. 'hEGA AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. J) ? ? Til-', of the above Club aro n-.j-.iv -i.' i T' Meeting mi ...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Woliimla Items. Mi:. Bouukt is tin- .Mici-e.-sful tenderer of the Wolmuta Public Si-bool. We shall bo happy to see that genth nian's face, and Still more happy to seethe job commenced. Rain fell hero last Sunday aud Monday. It has done much good, but we want more yet, nwi mere are prospects oi ir. I.jmderstand that next Tuesday is to be enlivened by tho attendance of two bauds — brnss for tho day, and string for tho night. Mr. C. J. Wilb'anis, the contractor of our School of Ai ts, is now busy with a new contract' for erecting a new store. Iu a week or two wo shall see another gap filled up. Tho- ? IlnUdiH has a par on ' Wolunila Items,' and don't understand the luxury .of oat-cake and cream. It recommend'' dumper and skiui milk. Wo can't stomach the advice, us our dairy folks aro of a different stamp of people to the cow-boys df. Sydney. For -the information of your readers I would remind them that the turtle soup veil i mm -/ *? tbe ibirnpr nt the School of Arts, will he on the ta...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

GENERAL NEWS, Mr. liedmonu lecturing at lhekhampton. 1 VM acres of land selected at Li, more last week. Monday's rain general throughout the col OJK. A ^an.g of aviv.'-ied in Eng land Mi'.'jv e:i oi tviih v[-i f, vo: in the Sydney iIir;.ii,iU. ?Sir iiereulcs liJjjn-on will r.cil return to thf 0:ipe. , ^1 iiMiiis of Lor. if lvimiiri ; imoihej' vear in tile. Domini.,!;. 1);. i;ynu riayi ii:. v^'CAV.er o£ the Hon-e «)i' C-iUiM,. ns-., ? j i j ; - ? i L till Cija.ii.'S 1 livo:1; ihe emi-jraiion or S-mmU mill.* e,n j-.'cord Sir W. L'iar.ic ]t;ii :??? i i-i : ;j- mi^c-at Yi- i::n in'.uv i.-ii.il ii-jo-iiin ' i.:.. 'I'll!.* :ri:il of ii; a-iy. ^.lo-'-nls I'.ii'li I)!']:viiior.ri J. . c jumirise ? J o:i v! iy. Yiclorian U. dealt. i i'i-m Co'ui;ii-ision tfij. no 1. ii' spirit. J li v v Vi.-'.i.:»i;L -l iu o t -i \s, ending prea: liavt-e and siiljiiii. r™ii ij.t i:v- ;? it i;oii es. Ss vt-re ihuml- r-ioi ni nt \i'eiii:i,-lon on Monday. Presbyterian Church s'ruck by Jiphlnhig. C:'.ar's corona:...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE LATE SHOW. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves wiili tlio opinions on proftsc'il Jiy r'u:n'fpoii(k'iu.-.] THE LATE SHOW. (Tit ih: Editor ut' tin' lUya Hbindurd.J Si't. — After the violent shower of mud splashing indulged iu by your contem porary since our late show, and for tear the public should not understand the matter, perhaps it may he as well to mal^e t. short statement.. The reason your con teimiorary only is named, and not the gcutlenien who enclose ' Cards, &c.,:' is because I have ascertained that a certain friendly explanation was added to hy this honorable editor, aud used as a ful jrum to rest bis subtle lever upou, and so ( display to advantage his well-known im partiality, love ot justice, aiul charitable disposition, especially towards our family. I have never known an intelligent British public wauting in discrimination, when attempts were being made to mislead by spiteful or uojunt statements, therefore I can cheerfully leave such charges as 'meanne...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

*i'W!A /, A D nmrtfi'liMEXrH. * I UW\'±VM\ STKAM navigation* \ company. TilK New S'T'^v Steamship ALLOW Rl'IS uv KAMhKUlI.Y will leuro as fol lows :- - -Vkum Syhnky every Weiinissdayb and Sat« VJUUYS. :it 10 A M., ,, ILu'.'.n every Sa.ti:ui-ayr and Tuesdays, at S a.m., for Passengers. ,, MinUMIlVLA every SATlfKl)Ar, ASD Tl*j:sday, at 9.30 a.m. for Poesea* ,, T.Vruli.VOVOrV SaTI'111-AY Jllld TpBBDAT, at 11 a.m., for Passcngrers. ALL CAlitiO DELIVEHED, and taken on bintnl the d::y previous, viz,, FRIDAY ami MONDAY Pares aiid Freights at Lowest Rates. Freight; for Dead Weight and Measuro 20s. por ton. # I Nu Charge for Meals on Board doling ! 1 ? Agkvt at Mi:uimiu'la — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. 1-dkn— Mr. HUBERT KEON. ,, Tathila — Mr. C. B. ilEYES.. rn USMAMAX STJiAM NAVIGATION X COMPANY.- 'rniE taule foii afril. S. S. TASMAW. 1T«murt to Syovky. Mou'l iy. lGtli, (uoonJ j Mna&iy, (uoou.) I SyUVKT TO llOBAOT. Monday, 0th. ilouday, 23rd, s. S. CORINNA. L\rM'!ST«-N to Svmsiiy. Sypnky to La...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

Banks. B^MMEKCIAIi BANKING COM ^ l'AXY OF SYDNEY. BEGA. Capital, JC GOO, 000. Reserve Fund, £620,000. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DE POSITS at current rates ; CHEQUES col lected, DRAFTS issued, and all usual Bank ing business transacted. Bank Hours. — From 10 a.m. to 3 p,in. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noon.) HENRY WALKER, Manager. jgANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. BEGA BRANCH. Capital, £1,000,000. Reserve, £500,000. THIS BANK discounts Hilis, grants Cash Credit®, makes advances upon approved aecurity, allow* interest on fixed deposits, and transacts all other Banking Business. GOLD I'DE'JHASED or advanced on. WM. SCOTT, Manager. Australian joint stock BANK, BEGA BRANCH. A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN in the premises known as BROAD'S ' BEE HIVE STOKES.' All usual Banking- Business transacted, wm. scorr, manages. June, 1st 18S2. Branches have also been established at the undermentioned places. BOMBALA,— COBARGO,— COOMA. Business Directory. | EBB AND BOOTH, ' COMMISSION' AGENTS, CO an...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [?jFr»»i our Tehjrtphie Ctrrcupeiidailt.] SYDNEY, Aphil 12. Upper House had a short sitting yester day. Bill relating to increase of salaries and pension* to judges passed the' filial stages. In the Assembly forty-one petitions were presented eliiefly in reference to amendments on the Licensing Bill, and in favor of tho existing Act. Criminal Law Bill recommitted ; whipping clauses diseusserl at great length. Bill eventually reported with amendments. Debate on 2nd reading of Licensing Bill continued ?till.midnight, when it was carried without a division. Additional surplus estimates dealt with ; loan estimates also passed ; Appropriation Bill introduced and read a first time. Tho House sat until 4 this morning. Sir Henry Parltes has given notice of a motion on Tuesday next expressive of sympathy with the Queen in the p.resout condition of affairs ih England and Ire land ; also stating that the great mass of people in this colony have no sympathy with Redmond's mission...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 April 1883

\Yi: ve|iniit elsewhere an article from tin? K::nlinj; ini;U'opolitnii journal, draw ing oi'iliiiii comparisons between this colony and Victoria, and between tbe ci Lies of f-jv clue v :ind Mplbourne. The c;i;jit;il of South Wales, it In ad mii.tL'd, cannot touch Melbourne in point of :ii tificiiil advantages, but It is claimed that the elder capital had to grow while the other was 'made; and that ninety years ago Sydn«y vas r.llowed to grow as it iiltcd, while at a more riiceut date, the early progress of Melbourne was curefully watched orer. It is admitted that tbe Victorian cap ital draws thousands to our hundreds iit its racecourse or cricket galas, but then it is argued that Melbourne is more ei:ntru!, and that in place ofhuTinp I .dozens of other places of resort to entice visitors, Melbourne has only its l^lernii)^:. ,]! or its cricket ground. The writer is surely a littlo at fault as lo the suiTuuiidinjis of Melbourne, for any one familiar with ihat city well knows that mi a...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

[BEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Sunday. BiiAD y sen tone- .ui to death for the Phoenix Park murders, the execution is fixed for 1-lth May. Ono third of tho Cuzco's shipment of fiw.uu meat is in a doubtful condition. Malagasies will resist any invasion on Madagascar bv the French. Marquis of Lorno, Governor-General of Canada, is daily receiving threatening letters. Kcported triple alliance between Germany, Austria, and Italy confirmed. Gladstone's Government intend to grant pensions of £2001) a year oach to Generals Wolslov and Seymour. General revival of Nihilism in all parts of ltmjsia ; many arrests made. Queen Victoria goes to Osborne on Tuesday, nnd every possible precaution is being taken to secure her safety en route. Gallagher, one of tho men brought up at Bow-strect court ou Friday, turned | informer, and has given the Government important information regarding tho recent dynamite explosion at Glasgow aud has confessed his complicity in tho crime. Bradlaugh acquitted on the ch...

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