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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

]- GROWING. TATE BROTHERS, of SYD to iuc offering to supply all in to partirs desirous of trying th* Lops. procures^for de.^ii'ou^ft obt-aiid^^Mic please ^k|^^B,LEY. 0 T~~. ^^^KpARM AT NUMnUG-^SPoi' ivifrli Housk, Daiky, und iSuis. for ; ^^^^H^^ontbs from l^t Awn n, now leased by Mr. I ^^^^^^^^Uierington,**froni Mr. Georire MePaul. to jp x.xox & macleod. 0AXDKLO OOUKSIXG CLUB. W Till-: HHST mIjEtFxC of the CAN* DELO COURSING- CLUB will be post poned from MAY oth. until Saturday, May '20th Entries can bo made up to l'u-\*dny, 1 5tli May. in I-oirn, Mr. J. PAYTEN ; Candclo, with tlio Secretary. J. R. BATTVE, lion. Sec, rjp A -T J A 8 A W 1.1 I 1j L . IN c;-iifrT-pio»ec of an unexpected neeident to the Machinery, work at tho Sawmill is unavoidably hindered until the 2ord April, by -which time (lanugos will be repaired On and after thut dn to every effort will be made to present our customers from being seriously inconvenienced by this unlooked-for slopping of the haws. THOS. J....

Police Court. TUESDAY, 17TH APRIL, 1883. [Before the P.M. and Mr. Kerrison, J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

Poli co Court. IYksd.vy, 17th Ai'itiL, 1SS3. riY-foro 'he P.M. aud Mr. Kerrison, J.P.I A i.'Ake ' ? !' Police v. Gannon, for having a ferocious dog at large, was heard. It seems a dog rushed out and bit a con stable's horse on fhe heels, hence the charge. The defendant said th'j dog was accidentally loose, but was- usually kept ou the chain, and that lie never know the animal to bite anyone. The police did not wish to press tho charge aud tlie P.M., who said the flue for an offence of this sort was not less tliau £1 or more than £5, remarked ou the danger of having dogs of this desci-jpi ion at large, nnd dismissed the case with a caution to defendant., who promised to keep the animal chained up. James Clarke, larceny as a bailee, was broujjht up on remand. Constable Doherty deposed to having charge of tho bullock last court day and assisting to drive it to slaughter- yard ; was present, when the bullock was killed and took pos session of part of the hide ; took it to gaol yard ; pu...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

Advertisements, WANTJ3I). — A Parlour Maid; one ac customed to wait at table. — Apply JiuWLEY'S HOTEL. WA N T ]?' 0. — A Smart, Active B -y, as Approniiceto the tinsmithing. — Apply Ii. PAliSONS, Auckland-street. HOKbT^FOK HIKE ; ~I0o. a day.— Apply, D. KISS. 'T^fOTICE.— Any cattle straying on mjF Selections at Black Kange 'will bo im pounded. VCJ\L NEILLEY. FOUND — A BOOK. — The owner cau obtain it by giving convct description and paving vusV of tins advertisement. — Apply at the Vicarvure, 1)7 K. EVAXS-JONI-S. 0 Ii PRIVATE SALE. 3000 PALIXtiS, Io0 2-1IOLT3 POSTS, aud itl.OOU to J50.000 (»OOD LATHS ] I A S LTX G D l-JjftjUd liOPD. 'P E N 1) V 11 r. TliXDKiiS wanted to clear and i d.ongli 10^ acres of LmtL ^Tenders be in^ l 1:L\YAK1) will b|Msb -Jl on convic cCpJI/ lion of :'iiy cattle out of ihe Tanlaw:i!i ?. I r. J- rank Holier lias c^ffrgs 6i 1 htf 3-iaiiiaiuki, 1-ili April. is.s:-i.' ' ® TjlO SPLITTERS AND FKXCEUS. TEXDEIIS wanted 1 miles Pig Proof Fencing Tlfl^nft'no'j^^Bnro \:...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify oursolves with tho opinions ex prejssoil by eniTe^uudenU.] r,KEWSPAPEll CORRESPONDENCE. {Til the Editor uf ihelifijil Standard. J Silt, — Will you ho kind enough to in form me whether it is customary, honor able, and just for the editors of public . papers to add to their constituents' letters, the motive of fhe addition being to. vent spleen, create dissension, aud so inflict in sidious and malicious injurv. — I am, etc. I1ENT.Y WHEN. [Such a course as Mr. Wren refers to would be so unusual, and so utterly dis honorable, that we aro sure no editor would bo guilty of such conduct. A cor respondent's letter is always given as ?written by the correspondent. — Eli. A&] ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

mXME TABLE of tlio AlilUVAL and 1 DESPATCH of the 3Iails at Bog a Post Office, from 1st September, 1SS2. AUI1I V.M.S. ILoils from Sydney (overland), Daily, (Tuesday ex cepted), ut p.m. Goulburn. Uniidwoud, Moruya, lSurobortalltf, Cobarg-o ;unl Bro^o, Daily (Tuc^liiv excepted ) at.r-.30 p.m. TVolloiipous nnd Sydney (per steamer), Thursday, time unoeitain. Candelo, Kaniemka, Monduv, Thursday, aud Satur-1ny. at 7.JJO p.m. Mnjrillu, Monday, ut 7.M p.m. Uro\m Mountain, via Cuiidclo, Monduv and Thurs day, at 7.30 pan. llnmn Mountain, via Nmnbuppn, Sunday, 6.30 p jn. Dden. I'mibulii, Mciioibula, YTolumlu, Tuesday and Friday, nt 2.30 p.m. Cooma, liombalu, and Monnro District, Sunday at 0.3 1 ]--m- ; Tuesday and Friday, U.3U p.m. j Satur day, 7,:w p.m. Tiniju, (Kelson), Monday, at 3.3fl p.m. Mailt* fop Sydney (ovtirlkud), Daily (Thursday ex , cepk-d) at 10 jun. Goulburn. Braidvowl, Momyu, Kurobodalbu Cobargo iiuil Hrnj). Daily (Thursday exempted) D.iWp.m. Sydnevimd Wollousont? (per Atoiuncr)...

All Saints Bodalla-Harvest Thanks giving. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

AIL Saints Bodalla- Harvest Thanks giving. Ox Low Sunday tlie t*ooil people of J?o dalln held thcr iirstlJjtiTestTiianks^iviiig stjvvioo iu llieir beautiful iiuw cliurcli. Upon tailoring tlio pucml building, out' is struck with its church-like appearance, andUieworldlvtlioujrhts aud feelings s:-om to vanish from tbe mind. The naturally the principal object ohittmctinu, at one* attracts the oye, and Uero i-s to l-c s^on all thut care and alfoetion can beslmv. Of goodly proportion it is snmpluoiiMly vested with its logal omani'Mits — cro^s and candles — nnd tho many beauti ful ilnw.Ts and fruits rusting upon it looked bright and joyous. With groit cure the Mis-os Morfc have trained a rhosr of boys and girls and tho sight: uf tlnsse youthful singrrs \wil lvpays a lonir vide. Tin.1 girls :iu» dressi-d in \vhit-- divss.'s an I pretty straw bonnWs, all aliki*, and sit iu tin* -upper atolls of tlio cjlwir. At 11 o'clock the orjrfiu struck up si processing hymn, nnd a Muiph- but very pretty...

Bombala and its Resources. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

Bcintoala- and its Resources. Bv Agiucoi.a IX THE lIj:iSAI,l-, 1 1* llie Land Act. of 1SC1 liail fiilfilleil tlio liiijli liopiis tb.it were entnrlained of it liy llie people of Now Soutli Wales wlusn it passed tin: Legislature, a visi tor; to the Bomlmlii district would, after lii'liail crossed tlie Tantawanglo Range, ou tho road from 13cga, and eutercd upon the fine, liglitly-liuibered flats formed from the detritus of the surrounding basaltic hills in tho neighborhood of Cathcart and tho Dragon's Swamp, and thencc along botli sides of the road, as far as the eye could roach, to Crank's Creek, and on into tbe town itself — flats aud gentle uplands capable of glowing from 30 to 40 bushels of wheat to the acre — he would prepare himself for'little bursts of enthusiasm as he drove past the ' smiling homesteads ' and golden fields of waving corn, which would line the road on either side in one continuous scone of unrivalled aud prosperous beauty. Or, coming in from the other side — fr...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

GENEBAL NEWS. Cricket going out; football coining in. Victorian eight-oar crew arrived in Sydney. Nuns will re-open tlie Moruya Ii. C. .School shortly. A. -t. Taylor tables a motion against the billiard table. Mfllmnrnn Public! T.ihmrv i11nn,;«o-n,7 In 1IU elcclrib lamps. Wilesmma mail bag abstracted from the coach at Poonciiiie. 3000 bushel of prime oats sold at C-u'coar at Is rttl per bushel. Sir Hei-eules Nobnisoji will pi'obably be British Ambassador at Cairo. Albury district expected to produce 200,000 gallons of good wine tliis year. Ttfary Anderson, the American tragedienne, get s £H0 a night for her services. Bank of New South Wales' new building at Moruya is nearly (it for occupancy. Palmer made 201, not out, in a match South Melbourne v. Wiilimiistown. Prozen meat from New Zealand to London by ihe Dimodin. sold at 7d. per ib. Mi's. Cox, ol 3 iii ill ah Creek, Navribri, thrown from a dray and killed instaunmeoufdy. ?Stephen*;, Fenian head centre, thinks Pariudl will have 1o...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

srrj -Lib au \ 'i-irnxEMESTS. j T LLA YVA^liA ST j ^ AM NAVIGATION \ ? COMPANY. THE Now S.«ivw Siramship ALLOAV }{JL vr KAMJiUF3\A will leave sib fol lows : — - Sydnky every Wkhxesdays nnd Sat I'llnAl s. at 10 a M., ,, I'ViTV i^AlTltUAYS Mid TlT.KIJXYS,. .S a.m., ur: Passengers. ,, Mi::-.'.mm;,a every S.\tuju»ay, axd lVj'^'.'AY, nt a.m. for Passen ., T.vnujA every Sati'uday nnd Ti'ksday, at 11 a.m.. for Passengers. ALL CAUGO DELIVERIS]), and taken oh'h--ard ihe dav nrevious, viz., FRIDAY I a iid MONDAY ' * j Fares aud Freights at- Lowest Rates. Freight iov Dead Weight and Measure ment, 20.-\ per ton. ' No Oinirjjro for Meals on Board during passage. Agent at Mkhimmla — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. Enrx— Mr, HUBERT 1CFOX. ,, Tathua — Mr. 0. B. SIEYLR. f B ) A SMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION i_ COMPANY, TIME TAUnS FOli APIUI-. S. s. TASHA3H'. Urtl'.^T.T T»* BVNSF.Y. SVUXVA* T«' IIOBAUT, Mtmiluy, ;;0Oi, (uoou.) | Mouday, :23nl. i S. S. COEINNA. Luvv-'st--n' Svi-nj:v. 5vii-'j;v to LM'nckpton. . Suimduy, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

BANKING C0M rA-'Y OF SYDNEY. Br Capital, £000,000. Hcserve Fund, £620,000. INTEKEST ALLOWED on FIXED DE POSITS at ciuTont rates ; CHEQUES col lected, DltAl'TS issued, and all usual Bank ing business transacted. , Bank Hours.— From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noou.) HENRY WALKER, Manager. -gANK OF NEW SOUTH 'WALES. BEGA B1UNCH. CAriTAL, £1,000,000. Ri:si:iivh, £500,000. THIS BASK discounts Uille, grants Cash Credits, makes advances upon npproved seciiriiv, allows interest ou iixed -!c|kisitt-, aud transacts all other Hanking Business. GOLD PURCHASED or advanced on. Wil. SCOTT, Manager. Australian joint stock , , BANK, BEGA BRANCH. A BRANCH of this BANK is noiv OPEN in the premises known as BROAD'S ' BEE HIVE STOKES.' All uxuul Bankintr Business transacted. WM. SCOTT, Manages. Jnnc, 1st 1SS2. Brandies have also been established at the undermentioned places. BOJIBALA,— COBARGO,— COOJIA. Busi ness Directory. ?^7' EBB AND BOOT II, COMMISSION AGENTS. Cifl and 'I S...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [/Vow our Telegraphic Correspondents .] SYDNEY, Ajmiil 10. Nf.n Guixea has been formally annexed ' by representative of tho Queensland Gov - eminent in the name and on behalf of' Queen Victoria. . Sir Alfred Stephens and Mr. Oliver aro engaged upon an edition of a new criminal f code, 'which will become law in .Till v next. Firo broke out at Alt and Co's now premises, on Church Hill, yesterday after noon, but was quickly subdued before much damage was done. Serious collision occurred at Brisbane on Sunday. The Saudgate and Hamilton trains met on a bridge about twelve foot high near Bo wen Park aud the two engines came together with a terrible crash, both being completely wrecked. One was hiu'leil over the bridge, and Ferguson, one of the drivers, had both legs broken in two places. Several other officials wore severely injured, but tho passengers escaped with a few bruises. Beduiond, speaking at Brisbane, denies the truth of Bcuter's cable message of tho 12th instant ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 April 1883

The llirah} in referring to ;i paper read by Sir. J. Kihkwood kiivs : — ' Tlie !ilHi:l.ioM nf tlio 1'jii ineoi'ing Associ uiiuii of Niiw .Sonili Wnles lias been dnnvii to ilm sulijecl, of tlio river ciilrnncps .'.ii'l ilie bars. The attention of tlio public lias also boen draw)) to tbe subject, not exactly by Mr. Kir.li wood's p:; j ic.r. or its clisciiKsion by tlie engineers; but by tlio strips of accidents -which h;uc witliiu the last few mouths caused RHcli a fearful waste of property and loss of life. Tiie country would gain much if all the river entrances could be made easy and permanent aud secure, - freight and insurance policies would be materially lowered, and great sums fi ned or gained to all concerned in tlie shipping trade. We may hope that the conference of the engineering body will lead towards this result, for cer tainly it v.i'l only be attained by a combination of inte.llect and effort, and prolonged labour and research. It is not v/or!-: to be 'hastily tal;en in h...

Waterloo Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

Waterloo Tragedy. A tk.igepv of :i soincivL.-it sensational cliaractcr occuned, says tbe Echo, in tho snlinrb of Waterloo. At nbiut k&lf-pnsl 8 o'clock, a man, untried John Bennett, In irailo a ropemaker, was ?])ili't:ikitif: of bis te.i, at a bouse situated *nt No. Giosvenor-terrace, J[orehead street, AYaterloo, where he lodged, and whieli wns kept by a widow named Mary Ann Cornish. At the table with ueimeti were seated iurs. oornisn an a hor two datiglhers, Emily and June. Bennett requested Jane to go outside in order to get some water tor him, and she thereupon left the room for that purpose. Immediately she had left the room Bennett drew a six-chanibered revolver, -which he had concealed about his clothing, and taking aim with the .uoapou at Emily Cornish, he shot her in the left side of the face. Mrs. Cor nish wltn, naturally enough, could not ¥or u moment realise the terrible affair, rftslicd at liemiett as soon after as pos sible. and attempted to take the revolver fr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

fT\m E TABLE of tlie ARRIVAL and ? JL DESPATCH of the Hails at Bega Post Office, from 1st September, 1882. AHl'.IVAl.F. Mails from Sydney {overland), Daily, (Tuesday cx cupted), nt5.30 p.m. Goulburo, Hmidwootl, Moruya, ICurolnxJiilln, Cobarpo und Brojro, Daily { Tn escl y c .v c c j j k'd 1 nf fl.30 p.m. , 'Wollonponff nnd Sydney (per ftoamcr), Tliurwlay, time uueertiuu. Candelo, Ksnncnika, &c., Monday, Thursday, and Sutunliiy, nt7.8flp.in. MopUl/i, Monday, nt 7.80 p.m. Brown Mountain, via Cjiudelo, Monday nnd Thurs day, nt7.nop.in. Brown Mouutuin, via Numbupffn, Sunday, G.30 p.m. Eden. Pnnbulfl, Monmbiila, Y/olunila, Tuesday and Friday, at 2.3u p.m. Cooma, lioinbiilit, and Monaro District, Sunday at 1 1. 30 p.m. ; Tuesday juid Friday, p.m. ; Satur day, 7.30 p.m. Tanju, (kelson), Monday, at ,1.30 p.m. tlEM'ATCIIFS. Mails for Sydney (overland), Daily (Tliursday ex cepted) ut 10 p.m. Goulburn, Umiihvood, Moruya, Eurobodalla, Cobargo and liropo. Daily (Thursday excepted) 0.30 p...

Rabbit Extirpation. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

[ Rabbit Extirpation. A l'A'j'HXT litis been taken out to the Australian Colonies, by Messhs. Fulton', CrimnvMiE & Co., fora JL'liUSl'UOllISEl) AVHKAT, This patent article is tho result of a long scries of experiments, in which the poison,-,! ^rnin has been ex posed for months jn the open air, and is warranted to remain efficacious for the ?lestruciion of rabbits even after a long ,'Xivistne to rain or summer heat. The I ? 1. n ? i ? * : . _. __ ii. _ I.*.,,,,,., .nun, .mi, is j]uw lesiing tue utility of tins Poisoned Wheat, and the iiivi-ntoi-.s h:i v, ' receive,! ail ml iiitm'ui report, which, bv the courtesy of tho Sec retary of Lands, they lire allowed to publish ' Department of Lands and Survey. Eabbit Extirpation. ' Melbourne, lilsl January, 1P83. Ik - ientlemen, — 1 have tbe honor toforward herewith fnr your information copy oi reports received from Mr. -„'. L. U. Dudley, as to tbe results obtained from the use of your Patent I'liosphorised Wheat. These reports fully ...

"Kelly Cang" Outrages in Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

Killy Cang ' Outrages ia Tas . mania. miner, April Jl.) TiniMn -if o;i';.ibe most diabolical aud i'u!'!-',!i'- 1-- 1 iniii-ib-rn it has ever been tlyJ'jjof a newspaper to chronicle, came t ?- li in-l j'.-om Kpping yesterday morning. T,v '.«?? i was a laborer on the Tas mania!! main line railway, named 'Will. Wilson. He was a married man, and th ? t'-.t'n-i- ol' four children, the eldest of v. h.mi. was a girl upwards of 1 1 years of age. The particulars of the outrage to linn 1 te',1 a murder for which there is not l!i' slightest nhailow of a pallia ting c!r.aiiii-t:uiee. and tbe deed appears t-i have arisen simply from a morbid dosj;v on tie- part of the perpetrators to ol, I at it !: Hiiriety, in fact to as far as possible j ? 1 1 1 ; 1 1 a : o tlie example of the ccle'or-iU-il K.'-lly gang of bushrangers. Wilnm. liis family, ami a visitor named Mrs II e.-ain. it is i.tateil, retired to rest ljetw1.---.! 0 o'clock on Monthly last, and simie ; i - 1 1 , ? :i!';- rwai-i|s a noisu wa...

Land Selections. EDEN, THURSDAY, 5TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

Land Selections. Ehkn. Tnuitsim'. 5th A pun.. Catherine MeCoj, spinster, section 13, county ol Auckland, parish of Narrabarba, 40 acres 011 the Nai rabavba Creek, starting from a marked tree on tho east bank of tlie crcek, opposite Nairabarba 1'lal, and nearly opposite j William McCoy's C.P. of 40 acres, taken at . Eden, on '21st September, 1882. Eukx, Tjjl-usjmy, 12th Adiil. Henry Vincent Harrison, county of Auck land, parish of Nullica, G40 acres, joining the west boundary of measured portion No. 1 of (540 acres (B. Boyd on map) to start from the south-west corner, anil run west, then north, and by sectional lines to starting point. Charles Tarlton Stiles, county of Auckland, jiarish of Towamba, 40 acres or more, being all the vacant land between portions No. 25, 58, 23 and 47. Alexander Weatherhead, county of Auck land, parish of Genoa, 200 seres on the south side of freehold of 71 acres, No. 10 011 map, and fronting Nangutta Creek. Charles Williams, county of Auckland, parish of...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

, . . JU-ATJT. ' HEH-i1£\lIA?N.— On the jstli iuslnnt, at his father's 'NWrUicim, ncav Be^a. John Killian, fc^roini son of Julrn Kiliiali Horjycnhan, ogtfd , S-'lu rniu.lsui:l) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. j True io our Principles. WEDNESDAY, Al'ItIL 25, 1SS3.

Panbula. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

Panbula. [BV AN OrrARlONAL CoitllF.SrONIIKXT.] Meetings have at various times been held here, to take into consideration the advisability of establishing a School of Arts 111 Panbula. There was at first a' slight difficulty iu tho way, viz., tho want of a suitable piece of ground, ou which to erect a building for the purpose. This difficulty has now been overcome, as Mr. John Belli has offered tlie gift of a piece nf land flilinininf the Pncf mid 'tvinm'n nil Office, which offer has been accepted. In a former issue it was notified that a com mittee bad been appointed to carry out the project, aud on Monday last a public meeting was hold to comc to somo definite conclusion respecting the future Institute, and to devise ways aud means. Tlie meeting was held at Belil's Commercial ; Hotel, Mr. John Martin presiding. . When the chairman had elated the business of the evening, Mr. Cornell (secretary) in formed the meeting that ' be held a sub scription list with promises amounting to abou...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [from our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY, Arjm. 10. Tlffi coasting steamer Pioneer was wrecked on Saturday between Botany aud Port Hacking ; crew saved. Partial eclipse of tho moou clearly visible last night. Constable Gilinoro attacked iu a cowardly manner at Surry Hills, on Sat urday night, by a 1110b of larrikins ; ho was cut aud beatou about tho head in a suvcre uiauuur. Man, at present unknown, jumped from tram carriage iu Oxford-street, yesterday, aud was severely injured. Payable soam of coal discovered iu Lismore district. General impression prevails that tlio ^Licensing Act will not become law during tho presont session. SYDNEY, April 24. Piioduck : maize, 3s ; buttor, 18d; eggs, 2s to 2s 3d ; cheese, (id to 7d; bacon, 8d to lid; hams, lid to Is. It rained heavily throughout yesterday, extending to many couutry districts. ine jvonuait J'und amounts i 1(1. so. Two mon, named Benjamin Jones aud AVin. Downos, committed for trial for a garrotting csiso in Li...

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