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

Wolumla Items. j Tnn lassies want to know who was the belle at the lute ball — but X am in a dilemn as tbey wore all so pretty and 60 nicely dressed. The late rains liave played old goose berry with that culvert near McCarthy's — one party was nearly upsetting his -i,,- nmi iii» iu l.l, it will have to bo attended to or man slaughter will be the word. A meetiug of School of Arts' committee to-morrow to audit accounts, aud ascer tain results of money matters of tho late opening. Messrs. Williams aud Eustace are mak ing great progress with foundations of their contracts of two new buildings — wo may expect to sec wall plates up next week. Tho rain has done much good, and though late wo can see the grass is spring ing up. Mr. Harrison s speech School of Arts was well received — wo were in hopes of I having heard the Candelo Secretary do the amiable but he was unfortunately too late on the field. However he sent us a cheque — so has tho prayers of the com mittee here. Mrs. Gibson's pian...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

[llEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wednesday. It is feared some months must elapse beforo tho Queen completely recovers from her recent accident. Union Pacific Railway blocked by snow storms. Transvaal Republic is willing to accept tho terms of the convention as modified Government have requested tho United States authorities to extradito Tynan, the person known as Number ono in connec tion with Irish assassination committoo. Tasmania floating a. new loan for £500,000 nt a niinnimum of !)S. Fully a hundrod persons killed by a cyclone on tho Mississippi on Sunday. LONDON, Thtrsday. Shits British Commerce and County of Aberdeen collided in tho English Channel ou Tuesday night. Tho former sank ; 25 persons drowned ; only survivors were Captain Jonos and tho boatswain ; other vessol badly injured, ;.ud was towed into Portsmouth. British Government instructed Earl Dufferiu to strongly protest against the misrule of the Sultan in Armenia. Queen of Madagascar dangerously ill ; death hourly exp...

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

^SPECIAL A DYE11T1SEMEXTH. 'w 7 LLAWARHA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. TTIK .Nov.- Srrrw StoaiiLslup ALLOW RTE or~KA3IKKUJC\ will leave as fol lows:— ' . ^ Fkom Syhnev owrv Wi:i-ni:si-ay at 10 a m., „ Jii.r.N uvcrv Satvuday at S a.m., for Pusseujrcvs. i, Milium:!, i i-verv Saturday, at 9.30 y.ui. i*« ir l'.-ir-scuirers. ,, Tatiiua every Satuuda Y at 1 1 a.m., for Passenger.*. ALL CAHGO DKLIVJSIIEJ), and taken onboard the day previous*, viz., FllIDAY. Faros aiid Freights at Lowest Rates. Freiyht for Dead Weight and Measure ment,'-^. per ton. No Charge for Meals on Board during pa&$«re. . Agext at MnniMiiui,*— Mr. A. T. GIBSON. „ Kdi:k~Mi\ HUBERT KEON. Tathilv — Mr. C. B. MEYER. f p A S3TANT. A N STUAM NAVIGATION J C0MPA3TT. TIMLv TABLE l-'OK APBIL. S. S- TASMAN. Houart to Svdnkv.— Monday, 3tH.li, (noou.) S. s. CORINNA. . Svoyiiv to Ehkn.— CoiinnH, Fridny, 27th. FAKIiS— Saloon fciufrlc) £2 : Kotura, £3 ; Return Tickets available for One Month ; titoeragv, £1. Firjst-olass Accommod...

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

Fj* Banks. ? ? MMEUCIAL BANKING COM -N^ I'AN'Y 01' SVIIXEY. BEGA. Capital, £000,000. Reserve Fund, .tfi'20,000. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXEV) DE POSITS ut current rates; CHEQUES col lected, DRAFTS issued, and all usual Bank ing business transacted. 13:uik Honrs.— From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noon.) HENRY WALKElt, Manager. T-ANK Ol-' NEW SOUTH WALES. BEGA BRANCH. Camtal, £1,000,000. Hhsku^-u, £50ti,000. THIS BAX K discounts Kills, grants Cash 1 Credit, makes advances upon approved 1 security, allows interest on fixed dep .sits, and transacts nit other Banking iiusiniss. ! GOLD rOl'.OH ASE1) or advanced on. \VM. SCOTT, Manager. ? ? ? . ? ? i Australian joint stock , BANK, BEGA BRANCH. A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN ? in the premises known as BROAIVS ' ' BEE HIVE STOKES.' All usual Bankiusr Business transacted. ' 1V3I. SCOTT, Masabeb. June, 1st 1SS2. Branches have also beeu established at the undermentioned places. BOMBALA.— COBAUGO,— COOMA. Business Direct...

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

Cricket. A sohx of wind-up match vn is played on Saturday last, on tho Boga ground, bo twoon the married and single I'lnyers. It is a good job that cricket i.« almost done with tliis season as all the chibs Iiave been very lethargic, aud tlie want «oi interest in the -4 noble game ' during t'b a season has beonuoticeablo.ThcplaycrsonrNiturdiiydirt not roll up in full force, and recruits'luul to bo pressed into serrice, nu/l finally two aboi-igiuuls wnre ' run in.' raolx side having one of the 11 darkies/* Play was to have started at 10 o'clock hut. the game did not commence until half-past twelve, aud til no did not allow of two inuings 'being played. The appended are the scores :? — srxrji.K A. Richards, b'\V. Wren ? 10 ? T Champncy, ,, ? ? 8 W. Tarlintoix, „ ? ](- A. Maiming, c Fggine, h Richards .. 7 D. 'Wren, c aud b \V. Wrou ? 0 H. Wron, b .T. Puicell ? lo F. Brown, Lb.w., b J. Paiviell ? 0 P. Lautran, h J. Purccll ? 0 O. Nealo, not out . . . . . ; , ? ? 7 B. G. Freeman, c Scot...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 April 1883

COMMERCIAL. JUIHNSDALE LIVj; STOCK 3IAHKKT. I April 1G. i M;:ss::h. A. Macaktiu'ii and Co. report : — SaLttS'pf^tovo cattle were easier lju^t Satur day. oWliiirHii ^ood lucjvsnvc to tlvc ? still ^Wfchcrr ' Bn vol's arc evidently wailiujr for a -rood fall of raiii before risking W y»nhMl about 200 head ? imdRold nil but 1*2. Tlio.se sold consisted of the j'!Iou-jnir : — -il bullocks and steers, jnixod.'ifoi' Mr. «T. Thompson, of Monaro. nt £4, they were in knv condition; 15 steel's, k IWTOCv'fi £2 17«,' 'both lots -wore sold in conjunction with Mossi-s. A.M'ljCan aud Co.; 12 fal oovrs for a lonal owner, «t £o ; lot of milch cow h from Boughbov IHat, at fjDin;^ Isto.i'l 10s; lot of store cows, loea.1 oxvju'r, at £3 10s; lot of bullocks, local owner, at. £5 ; lot of young cattle, from £2 to £'J l*)s; and a lot of yearlings, at about last week\s prices. AV„oul-o yuitied'UO local horses, aud sold most of them at reserves. The horse market is in a very satisfactory state, and any mobs com...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

S/'i'W.I I .1 1) I 'KR TISKMKXTS. 1 LI.VWASRA STJ3A5I NAVIGATION t COMPANY. Till'- Now Siti-w Stenmsliip ALLOW RliC i. K A M'KH I 'K A will leuve as fol Frnui Svnxp.v every Wednesday at 10 k M., Kiii:n every Satumiay at S a.m., for ,, M own- Satl'iiuav, ut 9.30 a.m. for I'iuwiisrers. ,, Tatiika every Sati'iiday at 11 a.m., for ALL CAliiiO DELIVERED, and taken on !, j;inl the day previous, viz., FRIDAY. l-'aivs ;n.-l Freights :it Lowest Rates. rreiii'Iit for Dead AYeight aud Measure ment, -'1^. per ion. No Charge for Meals on Board during passage. A ; i:\t at MnitisniiLA — Mr. A. T. GIBSON, Eih:n — Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tathua— Mr. C. B. MEYER. mASMANlAX STKA.iI NAVIGATION X COMPANY. TIME TA11LE roil MAY NOT TO HAND. S. S. TASMAN. S. S. CORINNA. Jr'ARIiS— Saloon (single) .£2 ; Return, £3 ; Return Tickets available for One Month ; .Steerage, £1. j First-elass Accommodation. No Charge for Meals. Freight, £1 per ton Weight or Measure ment. For Freight or Passigo apply to the i agents S. SOLO...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

Banks. ^^BOMMIiKCIAL BANKING COM l'ANY OK SYDNEY. ^Capital, £000, 000. Deserve Fund, £620,000. INTEBEST ALLOWED oil FIXED DE POSITS ftt current rates; CHEQUES col lected, DKAFTS issued, and nil usual Uank inc business transacted. Bank Hours.— From 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noon.) ' UENliY WALKER, Manager. -pANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. BEG A BRANCH. Capital, £1,000,000. JIeseih-e, £500,000. THIS BAKE discounts Bills, grants Cash Credits, makes advauces upon approved security, allows interest on fixed deposits, sod transacts all other Banking Business. GOLD PDP.'JHASED or advanced on. \VM. 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 STORES.' All usual Banking Business transacted. AV1I. SCOTT, Maxaoek. June, 1st 1SS2. Branches have also been established at the undermentioned places. BOMB ALA, — OOBARGO,— COOMA. Business Directory. T T7' EBB AND BOOTH, COMMISSION AGENTS, 69...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

' Tin: Ravdx's ' flutter round this district lias produced a little notice of oni- ]oc::!itv in thu Town and Country Journal. So Jong as the artist confines himself to his pencil, his work is far from objectionable, but with the pen he is far from a suecess. In his sketches in last week's issue we are treated to several views of Been district scenerv. all fairly correct aud good enough for ti.ose at a d is til nee. One of these is described as the Wnllagoot gap, aud the representation is tolerably true to nature. In the descriptive writing that accompanies tlie sketch readers are led to believe that the Wallagoot Lake is our natural outlet, a sheet nf water vaiying from one to forty fathoms iu depth, and only requiring a small out lay to render it fit ,-j work the export trade of the district, at least such is the inference to be drawn from the statc I went that at a cost less than would be II required to make Eden available iu all weathers, a port could be constructed at Wallagoot....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

Advertisements, I)K1CKM.\JCEH — 'WiLii ted Brickmakcra ) to make ;uid burn, a kiln or two : cood Clav. — Applv, 43 W. NEILLET. WANTKD. — A good General Servant.— Apply ^IliS. IiLGIiES, jVIbion Stores. KV)AD!MbX — AViinteJ l?oi'ty Roudinen j current, ralo ui' Vwi-ro.s. KISS Jc CUHKAX, Hoad Camp, Tantawang'lo. — Tellers rcqtiircd for foun* X dutiou nnd brickwork at Public School / UuildiuLTS. Three-uiilo AVatcrholc, ^Volumla, : J'lantj and specifications at the Stanuaud Oflice. L. X. BOUQUET, ?p ^ D E It S . TEKDEKS wanted to clear nnd plough - 100 acref^^ Laud. Tenders tobciu by the 15th Mut^FW fiij'tlj'.r p.'irtiouJnrs appl}r to ll. V. UAKKISON. Eden. 'I MPOUXDED at PANBULA on tho 2oth i i A])nl, 1SS3, by Joiin Haywood, from Maize Crop: — One Black Jioar l'i^, 'white facn, four white foot, stumpy tail, no visible1 brand, about twelve months uld : damages, Cs. — If n«)t roleosed will be sold according tp ? tlie Impoundiii^ Act.— JOHN' HAYWOOD, - roundkeepor. Q A U T 1' U I HEREBY CAU...

Free Mail v. Subsidies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

Free Mail v. Subsidies. Tin- Orient- Slotmi Navigation Co. seem entitled to at least a share of our mail expenditure: and seem satisfied with ' payment by results.' Tlie days of subsidised instil .-ervices me about over, and (lie Company that will do the work al a fair charge for the service should have a cliancc. We publish l the following letter from the Manager t.l.e Acrencv thai ^^B^W^^^»rBinc^iltei-nate with the Victnriau subsidizeil Mail by tlie P. & O. ami afford to the public n weekly liome\v;u\l mail. Tliree year.s' experience of the fort ni^'litlv si-i-viee have proveil the speed and regularity of these Steamers, and it 1I1-1V bo ei-ini-orleil th:lf. t.lie pntpi-nrisp. :ll reailv evinced by tlie management, iriihr.ni gnhthhi, would be stimulated to greater eli'orts, by a fair share of ( jovfrninent assistance, such as is now enjoyed by its competitors. ]n tlie Postal l\eport for 1S81 (the last published ), it is shown that the respective average deliveries of the t...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents. ~\ SYDX13Y. AritiL 30. Tiie Intercolonial Boat Race 011 Saturday was witnessed by a great concourse of spectators. Victoria took the lead from tho start, and won with tho greatest case by fully ton lengths ; time. 18 minutes 12 seconds; woather beautiful. Banquet to both crews iu the evening passed oil most successfully. Several other men sentenced to various terms of imprisonment in the recent case It is rumoured 011 good authority that I Mr. l'oolc will bo appointed Minister for Works. Pedestrian contest hot woen O'Loary and Edwards commenced at midnight. Edwards quickly established a good lead. SYDNEY, Mav 1. PnoDUCE : uiaize, 3s 3d ; butter, Is Ud ; eggs, 2s 3d ; bacon, 8d to lid ; cheese, Gil to 7d. Upper House disposed of all business 011 the paper by diuuer hour, including tho passing of a motion iu regard to the Pacific mail service. The Assembly was several hours occu pied in an unimportant discussion on a motion for adjo...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

Holloway's Pills a--e strongly re commended to all persons who are much reduced in power nud condition, whose stomachs are weak, and whose nerves are shattered. The beneficial e fleets of these Pills will be perceptible after a few days' (rial though a more extended course may be required to re establish perfect health. Holloway's medicine acts on the organs of digestion, and induces complete regularity in the This Farm fronts the Slain lJotid from Moruva to Beira via Tilba, is bounded 011 the one side by that (splendid .sheet of Salt Water, Wallugu Lake, and contains some of tlie most lovely spots and views m tlie neighborhood of tlie Dromedary. Tlie Purchaser will have the advantage of taking immediate possession, tlie residence is good, and every requisite for dairying to hand, and 110 delay need occur in immediate returns being forthcoming for the outluv. MR. BATIJ'S instructions to tlio Auc tioneers are positively to sell, aud they wish the Public to understand that 110 exorbit...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

[liEUTER'.S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON', Sunday. Constant 'arrests continue in Irelarfd on I the evidence of prisoners who have turned informers. Irish National Convention al Now York adjourned. Various motions adopted de nouncing the existence of English rule 111 Irelaud, and calling upon all Irishmen in the United States and Canada to band themselves together for tho purpose of ? : ? 1 ' ? 1 ? t ? i„. „n nucuimy auujuujiiy ,'.1 lawful means. Mr. Parnoll advised tho Convention to adopt a prudent pro gramme. The Convention modified the programme that all extremists will bo re pressed, causing violent scones between both parties. The extreme faction, headed by O'Donovan llossa, threatened to estab lish a separate organisation. Motion in favor of Local Option carried in the. House of Commons by a large majority. Archbishop Croake, recently summoned to Rome, iu connection with. Irish affairs, was censured for supporting the Parnell policy. Fenians threaten to destroy Guild Hall, London. Author...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

GENERAL NEWS. j Large shipments of specie from Adelaide. Distress in Ireland considerably mitigated. -5207 acres selected at 'Wngga 011 Thursday. Tasmania in tlic London market for halla million. ;'-7 ft acres of land selected at Bombala last. Thursday. Lord Falmouth's Galliavd won the '2000 guinea stakes at jNewmarKci. Government nnlc oi allotment in Inverell and Lismore realised high prices. Two men at Carcoar each lined A!30 with £0 fts 10d costs for sly-gro^ soiling. A baker in Brisbane was fined in all £11 fis for selling bread adulterated with alum. London inccchants want the facilities for traffic through the Suo?*, Canal doubled. The vigor of youth given to 1ho aged and infirm by using Hop UiU-ers. Try it. liead. A Chinaman has started a paper in New York. He has named it the Chiur^c American. Imperial Government will probably ratify Queensland's action in regard to Now Guinea. Wontfabidlly, ft blackfellow, found guilty at Perth, W.A., for the murder of another black. Ghimbo...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. April 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

COMMERCIAL. * llAlltXSUAI.l-: LIVE STOCK MARKET. j April 21. .Missus, A. M4CAKTiirn and Co. report: — A splendid change in the weather ; rain having fallen in abundance on Saturday m-v/niii,-:. and continuing nil Sunday nnd part of M:;nday. This will have a good effect uptMi ail slock transactions. On Saturday our yards were full to overflowing ol both cattle and horses — over 000 of the former, and about 100 of she latter. Our sales were asfollows : — For Mi'. J. ll.R&wsou, of Omeo, 27 bullocks, at £1 1 lis ; 17 steers, same owner, at £3 Us ; 11 e.ows. same owner, at £2 13s. For Messrs. A. ami 1). M*Allester, of Bruthen, 33 cows, at 4--) For Mr. K. Kendal, lot of cows, at £2 His. For Mr Payne, lot of young steers, at £2 10s ; lot of e.nvs, same owner, at £2 17s: do. heiTt rs, same owner, £1 lfts; and iu coll junetinn with our fritnds, Messrs. Allen, M'L.tn and Co., of MaiTra, the following were so! 1, namely, Mr. John Crisp's mixed c tMlefri'io Monaro. in all 521 head, nt a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 May 1883

?BgTEEL FENCING WIRE. THE undersigned arc now landing fur ther shipments of ONE THOUSAND TONS of this wire, which they are Sdjjftg »t a ^^vcry slight advnmai^^hc pricc^^pju wire. By its use there in uHntr of '*h ^rcenfc for ^Mr wire of equal NtrcngtlWjompiired with iron wire. Besides there is a saving of carriage, jv Number 10 steel being stronger thnjj^uuuiber ? 8 Iron Wire. r W\Y. S. FH1KXD AND CO., M WllOL IvSAlj K 1 It O N MO X G E 11 S, ' Wl VoiiK Stkkkt, Sydnky. *.t rp it E QUEEN'S HOTEL, (? (i..iri: Tin: vicrauu), AUCKLAND STliEET, UEGA. EDWIN MEABES, formerly proprietor of tlie Quern V Hotel. Candelo, begs to an iiouiK-e that he has purchased the above old established sln^ favorite hotel, and that tlie bnildinu* inside and out having undergone a most extensive overhaul, and that the house has been thoroughly refurnished in every part with new and modern furniture bought cxprc*-ly for the house in the best Sydney warehouses. The Bar find Cellar have been stocked with Best Dha...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

Auction Sales. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. TILBA~TILBA. 2 AGRICULTURAL & DAIRY FARM!?. HASLINGDEN' and RODD Hare received instruction* from MR. H. J. BATE, TO SELL MY PUBLIC AUCTION, At Tiieih Booms, On Saturday, 26th May, SliFAJRMSia SUITABLE -011 DAIRY and AGRICULTURAL PUB POSES, In Easy distance of Each Other, And Capable of being1 'worked together if required. No. 1 Lake Farm. THIS FARM in situate on AValluga Lake, and consist.* of 240 Acres Briwh and Forest Land, 40 acres of which ore cleared nnd laid down in Uye Grass, nnd is mutable for Corn Growing. There are also two uncleared Brunh Flat**, containing' about 70 Acres, and equal to any Tilba Country. IMPROVEMENTS consist of Good Roomed House, Detached Kitchen, Garden and Orchard, ground Hecurely enclosed 'with paling fence, good stock yard, dairy and cheese houses, 120 Acres enclosed with anew frplit fence, nnd a running stream of water intersects the property. This Farm front* the Main l'oad from j Moruya to Bega via Tilba...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

[ RE UTER'S TELEGB A MS. ] LONDON, Wednesday. Police unearthed considerable stores of dynamite explosives and bombs iu llussia, leadiiiR to arrest of several Nihilists. Fitzharris, acquitted for Dublin murders, was placed upon a fresh trial for con spiracy. Reported that the Bnssian authorities discovered a conspiracy to abolish the autocracy and to establish a republic. Dean of Windsor dead. Khedive signed the constitution of Egypt upon Lord Dufferin's scheme. Amsterdam exhibition opened; the ceremony tame aud uneventful ; Victoria and New South Wales courts were the ouly ones approaching completion aud attracted considerable attention. Tlie AustraHau Commissioners declare tho exhibition much iuferW to those recently held iu Sydney aud Melbourne. LONDON, Thursday'. Two thousand presentat Liberal banquet. Mr. Gladstone started 1111 artful ob struction to tho Conservative party, saying they had hampered the Ooverninent/and delayed the reforms which the latter in tended to cariy out. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

IllplIClvMAKKRS. — 'Wanted Bricknmlvci K. to make and burn a kiln or two ; goo ICla*— Applv, I W. NEILLEY. IfcrOTlCE. — The imdtijuinied begsJfciotif tHstt lie has no ii^Bion of leaTmg tli (ptrict, bu tlr.it he continue liis Ol Established Business as tinsmith and plumbeh, as oarried on by lilin for tlie last TWENTY THREE YEAliS. CHARLES ANDERSON, Girrs Sthekt. QANDKLO COURSING CLUB THE FIRST M'EETING of the CAN DELO COURSING CLUB will be post poned from MAY oth, until Saturday, Ma\ 2Gth Entries can be made up to L'ucsday, 15th May, in IVira, Mr. J. PAYTESJ ; Candelo, with the SeiToran*. J. R. BATTYE, Hon. Sec. K A 11 K OVVO li T UNITY*. TO T^KT. in the vf-rv centre of the fast risinsr Township of 'Woluiuhi, those eligible premises formerly known as the COMMER CIAL JJOTEL, suitable for the following1 trades, viz., Boarding Hou*i\ Saddler, Shoe maker. Baker. or other businesses, there being: «u execHent opening, to a good tenant, fcATerms very reasonable. Applv to — PHILLIP BEHL, 'Wo...

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