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Departure of the Roman Catholic Archbishop. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

= ? = 1 Departure of the Roman Catholic j Archbishop. Ox Thursday Archbishop Yaughan started by the mail steamer City of New York on liis tour through America and Europe. Before leaving ho attended a farewell semee at ,St. Mary's Cathedra). The building was crowded, and numbers of people wore unable to get witliin tho doors. The Aiehbishoii entered from the nresbv tery at a quarter-past 1, accompanied by (id priests, all attired in ordinary walking dress, except Dean Dwyer, who conducted the service. Theitrneravium-wassolemnly chanted, theUev. Fatb.er Patterson officia ting at tho organ. Tlie Archbishop after wards delivered the following address : — ' My dear friends,— I thank you from uiv heart for tho splendid manifestation of goodwill aud kindness you are showing me. May God bless you and keep you all iu His good keeping, is my constant prayer. You know our surroundings may, roughly speaking, be divided iuto two divisions— into our friends and our enemies. Now, I mean to show my...

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

To Private Fammji-s a-i* Colonial Wink Duixkkiih. — Send £ 1 to Turner & Co., !£rskinc Street, Sydnuv, for fcmiplo Cnse of Pure and Unfortified (V'lonial Wine ; the best drink fur sum in or. Tim demand for this «rrent American re medy in tliis part of 1 he world 1ms bccome *o .ureal tliut. thu Hop Bitterw Co., whose head quarti-r.s :ire at i'oehc.stcr, Xew Vork, U.S. A.. h.-ive beeu compelled to open a lubortorv in .Melbourne. It \vi)l be in chffrgre of Mi-. M, H. \ jin Ber#, a g'cjjtlojjiiin of many yrors experience witli tliis company and tlio trade m;iy be assured -*f receiving youds rqu;il In tbf parent. house, and the ini-st courteous The H. J J. Co., have GHtabliHli ini-nls ut I,oml_]i, Paris. BeJfrium, Holland ;in-r t.'unada, mid their bitters arc tlie bust known mcdiciuc in the world.

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

GENERAL NEWS. Colonel Uussell, P. M., Qucanbeyan, dead. Sir Bryan O'Loglilen to have a testimonial. 11 ? selections, 1280 acres, at Coomn last Thursday. Our government views with favor the an nexion of New Guinea. Public School to be established at Square Range, near Nimitybelle. Cooma Council and Town Surveyor at loggerheads ; latter resigned. South Australian revenue increased by £72,777 for year ending 31st March. Walthain Watch Factory celebrated tlie completion of the 'J, 000,000th watch. General conference of the Victorian Educa tional Boards of Advice to be held shortly. (ilenbog folks applying for a school, says Moiifti'tt Mnriini ; 25 children running wild. Mr. Hedmond denies the truth of the state- I iiieul made ill Heuter's telegram as to his I report from Australia. He says he has sent 110 report. A ship arrived in South Australia from Natal brought 37 mechanics who gave msot deplorable accounts of the state of affairs in Sonih Africa. | Sail l'rancisco mail service to b...

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

??p. : J. Cochrane and A. Al cock, Esqs. ^B^M»Af^EiTTi'K : Messrs. W. E. Cole, 0' Toole, J, ' Sharpc, T, Goldsmith. Levy, J. Wm^dgiffiA Sanipey, C. C. Cook. 1 . MAIDEN PLATE of 4 govs, 1 rot, to to 'be deducted for second prize ; open to all comers; who have never won an advertiwd prize exceeding H sovs ; distance, 150 yards. 2. CHAMPION RACE ; prize, Silver Cup . (with inscription) value 10 gruineas ; open to all comei^ ; distance, 200 yards. 3. BOYS* RACK; first prize 10s., second 5«., third 2s. tid. : for boys 12 years and under; distance, *-0 yards, ? 4. THE CANDELO GRAND HANDI CAP of 2.5 sovs, distributed as follows : — First prize, £10: second, £'j ', third, £3; fourth. £2. To be run in divisions (of not ! more than ten) drawn by lot ou the ground 1 iby the Committee : first aud second in each ] division will be entitled to ruu in the final , t?vcnt; distance. -CM) yards. N.R. — Tlie 1 different divisions in this race will be started | in succession. I 5. RUNNING HIGH JUMP ; f...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

In ^),ist years it has been the habit with many of bur cattle breeders to pay but small attention to the increase of their herds, ill fact the siuful proccss of knocking calves 011 the, head, as soon ns (liev .saw the light, has been too g-!ucr,'illy adopted. We have, 011 many occasions, had to point out that the tiuiu was not far -li,stant when those who persisted in the culpable waste of the increase of their herd would have reason to regret tlie system of destruc tion tJiat.liad become too common. ' It is now admitted that the supply of growing cattle is fur from sufficient to meet tlie wants of our dairy folks, and that the outside 'sources of supply that wfire calculated on to meet the natural waste of our dairy herds arc insufficient to meet the want, aud the mail who l-.(ismabstaiiicd from this sort of unnatural ' slaughter of tlie innocents ' will reap his reward. I11 all tho neighboring districts the supply oi growing cattle is slibi-t, and to keep up our herds to their fi^...

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

VlCHTISKMJiNTS. . STEAM NAVIGATION W~» ?' s COMPANY. ? Moi£Ui £„3ifc«uw— Sorow -Stoaniship- AiiLOW -~R13i or KA^IEItUKA. will learc as fol lows : — .Fiioji Sidney t3vcry Wednesday at 10 am., ., IJiu'.n ovcry Sati-IvUay at S M.m.( for tl Hkkimui'la every Sati'uuay, at 9.30 a.m. for I'nsf^ngvrs. ., TATHiiW-'vorvS.vrrKiMYatll a.m., for t / ? 1-W.iarw. ATifj CAIiUO DliLIVJSREp, and taken ou the day previous:, viz., FRIDAY. Pyros ;intl Freights at Lowest Rates. Freight. for Dead 'Weight aud Measure ment, iOs. per Ion. No Charge for Moals 011 Board during 1™**^'-' ? ?TAohxt at MiutiMm la — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. J-hiBN— Mr. HUU15RT' lvEON. ® ' ,, Tathka — Mr. C. B. MEY13R. f IVYSM-ANi AN STKAM NAVIGATION J COMPANY. ? ' TDLE T.\B1j13 1-011 APKIL. 5. S. TASMAW. , to ^vi»m:v. Svdnkv to HoitAKT. ♦'Tfcoftthy, IV'th. (noou.) | MonJar, 23rd. I-.-. P. S. GORINNA. i.» Svt.sr.v. Svlskv to Lai-ncestox. (S«tu:*lny4 21st, jl s«.m. — rYiiRv, 27th, lUo.m. Kl.'- r«» ^Vi'Ni V. Sviisr.v to Eimin. .?dV-iutuirA'i...

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

rfih» ~~ Bouks. KlMMUHClAL BANKING COM: JVIXT OF SYUX13V. J BEGA. Capital. tf-00,000. Reserve Fund, £--'20,000. ISTE11EST ALLOWED on FI-XK1) DE POSITS ill current rates : CHEQUES ool DKAFTS issued, and all usual Bank inc business transacted. jjnnlj Hours. — From 10 a.m. to H p.m. ; on Snturdnv, ivom 10 a.vn. to 12 (noon.) HENRY WALKER, Malinger. T)ANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. BEG A Bit aNCH. Capital, £ 1.000,000. Kesekvb, £500,000. ' THIS HANIv discounts Hills, grouts Cash Credit.*, tii:»kos advances upon approved i securilv, allow!' interest on fixed -te|x«-i1f, aud transacts all other Hanking Uusimss. GOLD I'UI'.'.'H ASK1) »r advanced on. I WM. SCOTT, Manager. Australian joint stock' BANK, j BEG A BRANCH. II ? ? | A BRANCH of tliis BANK is now OPES in the premises known as BROAD'S ' BEE HIVE STORE*.' All usual Bankiuir Business transacted. WM. SCOTT, Maxaoeb. June, 1st 1S82. Branches have also been established at the undermentioned places. BOMB ALA. — COBARGO, — COOMA. j Business Direc...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 April 1883

[llEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Sunday. Annexation o£ New Guinea continues to form the principal topic of discussion in Press, whicli generally appioi-e of tho action of tho Colonial Government. Tho public also now much more favorably dis posed towards the annexation. Twenty additional arrests made in con nection with tho recent conspiracy to murder certain nrominent landlords iu tho county Clare. Queensland Government placo a loan of three millions 011 the London market in the course of a few weeks. Arah revolt at Aden quelled. Twenty thousand Chinese coolios emi grated to Brazil. New York jotu-nalsui-ge tho Government of tho United States to punish perpetrators of dynamite outrages. Sulieman Pasha, Turkish General, dead. Officially announced that tho public coronation of tlie Czar of liussia will occur 011 May 27. In tho trial of Kelly, Phoenix Park inurdnror, jury unable to agree, aud locked up till Monday. LOXDOX, Monday. Usiteimta, leading Zulu chief, with a large following, att...

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

Advertisements, WANTED. — A good General Servant. — Apply— M1W. HUGHES, Albion Stores. ROADMEN — 'Wanted Forty Roadmen ; current rate of 'Wages. KISS & Cl'RliAN, Road Camp, Tautawanglo. rp E N D E R S . TEXDERS wanted t.o clear and plough 100 acres of Laud. Tendera to be iu by the 15th May. For further particulars applv to — 11. V. HARRISON. Eden. fJlO SPLITTERS AND FENCERS. 1 TENDERS wanted for 4 miles of 3 rail Pig Proof Fencing. The Contractor to pro vide cverytliiug for the completion of the fence. Tenders to be iu by tho loth Slay. For further jwrticidars apply to — H. V. HARRISON, Edeu. £ S L A N D FACTORY. A VACANCY for a FAMILY on the 1st JULY. One hundred cows, milking only, at per gallon. Comfortable Cottage, Garden, &c. HENRY WREN. Kamamka, April 20th, JSS3. yy; altih baker, BUU.DKn & CONTRACTOR, Uiter Stiu:i:t, ]5eca. C3' Contracts tiikrn for Building Works in TWn or in tlie Country. ~VT OTICE . — Tlie undrrsiiniccl begs to notify J_\ that lie has...

GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

GENERAL NEWS^B^H Jiobberics'rife at Newcastle. . llebelliou in Ashantcc general. SplejAy*ain in aU^arts the Turkish dead. Newcastle . 2, Oj^^^K^werc destroyed by a disa^^^^^^^H[ lire 20,000 Chinese coolies emigrated F China to Brazil. , ^ L Typhoid fever, ot malignant type, Bcnalla, Inlercolniiial ei^lit-oar race to-^ivj Melbourne Public Library and 'Museum to be opened on Snmiays. Steps being taken to form an electric light inj; company at UccIoiir. ^ Sailors and wharf laborers on strike nt Marseilles resumed work. urOYemme::i 01 yueensianu ueciaea to dobi I new loan of £3,OUO.OOO. Police assert tliat there are 150,000 FonianB enrolled in Great Britain. A feather-dyer fell from the tram in Sydney oil Sunday and was injured. Two men were committed for trial for garrotting a man in Sydney. Man in Victoria was fined for illegally practising as a medical man. Quantity of wheat afloat for the United Kingdom is 2,070,000 quarters. Sugar crop in Mackay district, Q., for past season estima...

Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Licensing Court. TnE quarterly mooting of the. Licousiug Court was held on Friday week, before ! Messrs. J. Davis. P.M., and 0. T. Stiles I and W. J'. Laue, J's.l'. Mr. Stiles said that before tho business | commenced lie must congratulate Mr. 1 Laue on his appointment as a mombor of the Licensing Court. Ho said that while ho was glad Mr. Lane, who was a friend and neighbor of his, was a member of the Court, he did not care for the way in which the appointment had been made, and it should have been made by ballot after calling a full bench of magistrates together by circular, lie said n precedent had been mado in this ca^o which might be abused, lie did not approve of the way nr.. t i,.„i i.„„„ iu nmui ,.ii. j....iu ii.ui dm ..rr...,.i...i, anil that ou somebody's recommendation, whose no one knew, the appointment, had been made, and that we should know who had made it. Mr. Lane said ho had not courted tho position, and it was not an enviable one. Mr. Manby applied for renewal of I ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Auction Sales. j Important Clearance Sale. Sljl'ERIOli HOUSEHOLD FUltNITU HE. Al.SO SEMI-GliAND PIANO. 'WITHOUT AXV RESERVE. By Order of Mr. C. Andersen, ON WEUJyJJSDA Y, 2.v v M A Y, ON THE PREMISES, Immediately after the sale of tho lauded Property, EIXON and MACLEOD are instructed by Mr. Chas Anderson, to t-ell by public auction, on tlie promises, us nbove, . surtraoK Hor.sKiioi.D ruKNiTum:. Comprising — Iron Bedstead, Bedding, Huon Tino Bed stead, Chest. Drawers, Washstand and Sets, Tables, Safes, Couches, fir# t-cl ass Oleographs nnd Chrouio Pictures, Cronkery, Kitchen Utensils, and numerous Sundries, Also Skmi Grand Piano, in first.-clnss order. Leading Foir-is-hani* IIaeness, &c. Tonus at Sale. FOR ''POSITIVE' SALE. Superior Town Kesidence. ELIZABETH' COTTAGE, UNION STREET, Adjacent to the High School, THE l'CISSENT RESIDENCE OF MR. C. ANDERSON, i-oii positive sALK by auction, ON Tllli ITEMISES, WEDNESDAY, the 2nd MAY, at half-pant By Order of tlie Proprietor. RIXON a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

* - Advertisements. ? WANTED.— A good General Servant. — Apj.lv MRS. HUGHES, Albion Stores. ROADMEN —Wanted Forty Roadmen ; current rate of 'ft a;:es. KISS & CURRAN, lload Camp, Tantawanglo. ri^ENDERS.— Tenders required for foun JL dation and brickwork at Public. School Buildings, Three-mile 'Wftterholc, olunila. Plans and specifications at tlie Standard Office. L. N. BOUQUET. rj- E N D E B. S . j TENDERS minted to clear and plough 100 acres of Lund. Tenders to be in by the 15th May. For furtherpartieninrs apply to— i II. V. HARRISON. Eden. I Q A U T I 0 K ? I HEREBY CAUTION Persons from re moving timber oil' my Allotment at Cobargo, in 'Woods' Subdivision. Anyone so oflcuding after this date 'will be prosecuted . ]?. C. WATSON. IJIO SPLITTERS AND FENCERS. TENDERS wanted for 4 miles of 3 rail Pig Proof Fonciug'. Tlie Contractor to pro ride everything for tho completion of the fcucc. Tenders to bo in by the loth Slay, For further particulars apply to— H. V, HARRISON, Eden/ |S...

MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

3rA!lUTKI-. I E. Richarls, b P. Laugan ? 12 J. Meaker, c Laugau. b H. AVren . . 4 J. Purcellf b Mumbulla ? 10 J. Pay ten, hit ou wickct ? 2? W. Wren, c Manning, b Tarlintou . 5 W. Scott, b Tarliuton ? 2 A . J. Wilson, b 11, Wren I H. Eggins, ,, ? 4 ?I. Siunmers, , , ........ 8 E. Parsons, not out ? ? 0 W. Bunprell, b II. Wren ? 2 Sundries ? 21 94

TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

TATHRA. The recent heavy rainfall has played havoc with the roads in many places, and the maintenance man's shovel and barrow are in request to make good tho damage caused by the rash of the storm waters. When Mr. Rodd put in that piece of stone work over the sand near Tathra it was un- j derstood tliat it was desirable to wait and J see if it would earn' the traffic. Well, it i lias stood the test, hardly a pebble having been displaced. The sand on either end of this bit of work is a terrible ding on teams, and in dry weather when the traffic pulverizes it. to an extra degree the wear and tear on horse flesh, aud on the morals of the drivers is 'something startling. It wotfld be well it Mr. Postlo let another nf 'this fitnnn tr/irl; nf nnm Tathra has a Post Office, but only one mail per week. Tho Bega coaches go down two days a week even, when there is only one steamer in the trade, and it would not bo a costly matter to arrange a second mail. The wharf improvements aro in progress...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Arclulect from Sydney has been pegging out the ground for a Church of England cathe dral at Newcastle. A man near Ncwcas.tle made five gashes in liis throat in an attempt to commit suicide, but did not succeed ; causc, drink. Meeting oi tlie BaU'arat committee m con nection with theCreswick Relief Fund was held the other night. It was stated that some of the widows a;id orphans of some of tho unfortunate men kiib:d were iu almost desti tute circumstances.

Bermagui, Cobargo's Outlet. THE LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Uermagui, Cobargo's Outlet. THE land sale. TilU sale of town lots in tho village of | Berinagui was originally fixed for the 14th j of February, in Bega, but on ilip cx- i pressed wishes oi the residents it was docided to hold tho sale ou the spot, aud tho day fixed was Saturday last, the 21st instant, and Mr. n. C. Robison, Crown Lauds agent at Boga, was ordered to pro coed to tho port, and there conduct tho sale. Tho auction took place in tho Gov ernment store, about one hundred per sons being present, including a fair sprinkling from Bega. Precisely at noon Mr. Robison went to business, and after reading the conditions of sale, put up lot A, situated close to the Government wharf and iu a line between the two saw mills. Hiildinn- brisk :nnl from the unset. i'3 14s. it rapidly rose to £31, at which | price it was knocked down to Mr. J. Gowing. The other five lots on the same side of the river went for about the same figure, as an average, Messrs. D. Tarliu ton, Connelly, T. O'Neil...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Baxk' GiiAXOi;. — Mr. Davis, from Wei- ' lington, has an-ived in town and relieves | Mr. Uoddaiis accouiitant iu the Bn.uk of ! New South Wales. j Loss by Fiiu-:.- -Mr. M\ J. Byrnes had j a valuable stack of hay destroyed on j Saturday Inst, .ihc fire being caused by his ; Wom'mj.a Snujor..— Mr, Bouquet lias received plans and specifications of the echoftl'fknown as the Thi'ee-inile 'Water- hole School, aud will put the \rork in hand at once. SicKNESs.—Mr. J. H. Asher, chemist of this town, har- been, we are sorrv to say, seriously ill dnrinp; the past week. Dur ing his illness liis business will be carried on by his brothel', who has arrived from Sy«;ma^, . ? ? CnAxpi;. — Champagne has been pleuti ful dining (be middle of the week ou the occasion of a cliauge in the uame over the Club Hotel bar door. Mr. M. McNamara is now tho person ' licensed to sell, etc.' Bkumagci GnLaiBi.i:iis. — Now is the time to have your say ! Attend the public meeting at Cobargo next. Saturday, and say wh...

Land Selections THURSDAY, 26TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

Land. Selections. ? TnrllSDAV, 2(i'I'Lf Al'ltlL. John Thomas Alexander, section 21, county of Auckland, parish o[ l'ericoe, 40 acres adjoining; the south boundary of my A.C.I', of 00 acres, taken at Eden oil 10th August, ISS'i, No. 45, starting from No. 45 tree, at soulli east corner, to run south, then west and by snclional lines to starting point. lliil.evt (Irani, soclirm ?-!. e.umtv of Aiirl. land, parish of Yuglnmali, 40 acres, adjoining the south boundary of my A..C.P. of 40 acres, taken at Eden, on loth December, 18^1. and also part of the west boundary of portion No. 45, and the north and west boundaries oi No. 23. John Ramsey and Jaiues Moorhead, section 21, county Auckland, parish of Coolangubra, 40 acres starting from the north cast corner of our measured portion of 40 acres, No. 1, to run south along its east boundary and also the east boundary of Xo. 20, thence east and thence north to south boundary of portion No. 47. Jane Jloorhead, section 21, county ot Auck land, pa...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [/'rem our Telegraphic Correipondenit .] SYDNEY, April 20. Tins timo of tho Assembly last night was occupied up to 10 o'clock on a motion for adjournment. Tho adjournment was 'moved by Sir Jolin Robertson in disap proving of the action of tho Colonial Secretary in withdrawing a motion for adoption of plans, etc., on Railway Mur rumburrali to Blayucy ; also ou Stuart s proposal to refer all now lines to a select committee. Tho Licensing Bill was re committed; tho distance to constitute real travellers being altered to ten miles; provision in regard to clubs struck out ; report was adopted. Prorogation expected for Tuesday next. Annual meeting of the Australian AM Li I U i L 1 J.JWVlUeUL OUC1LL - N .10 i.Ll attended ; report unanimously adopted. A little girl named Crook, a pupil at the liedfern Public School, fell down a water closet yesterday aud was taken out dead. Ferry steamer Waldomar was burnt to tho water's edge last night, and a Balmaiu vessel, which was scuttl...

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