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[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, APRIL 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

[From the Press Telegrams.] LONDON, AriUL. 27. It is now staled that her Majesty tho Queen is rapidly recovering from tho effects of the recent accident that befelher at Windsor, and her health generally is improving. Mr. Parnell appears to bo to somo ex tent changing his policy. He now advises Ins party to alter their platform by avoid ing any language that might serve as a pretext to the British Government to take steps to suppress the Irish National move ment. LONDON, April 28. Mr. Parnoll's platform, has boon adopted by tho Irish societies connected with the Nationalist movement. The Irish National Convention, which is at present sitting at Chicago, has noti fied that all extremists will be repressed. This action provoked an acrimonious dis cussion at the convention, duriiig wliich several violent scenes occurred between the dynamite partisans on the one hand, aiid the supporters of a more prudent policy 011 the other. The extreme faction, headed by O'Donovnn Ro-isa, threatened ...

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

Advertisemsnts, TTTANTEI). — A Girl as Gcnoral Servant. — V T Apply to — MRS. C0XE, Auckland Street. WANTED. — A Butcher, accustomed to killing, and making up smallgoods; also a Boy. Apply Oilico of this paper, WANTED. — A Respectable Lad for the Paiuting. — Apply lo W. H. CONE, Auckland-street. WASTED. — A good General Servant. — Apply at once to — MRS. C. P1ESLEY, Duiunark House. FOUND ill Carp Street a Purse. — Owner describe and pay oust of advertise* niont. ROADMEN — Wanted Porlv Roadmen ; current rate of Wages. KISS ic CUKliAX, Road Camp, Tantawang-lo. rp 33 X D E II S . TENDERS wanted to clear and plough 100 acres of Land. Tenders to be in by the loth May. For further particulars apply to — II. V. HARRISON. Eden. rpO SPLITTERS AND FENCERS. TENDERS wanted for 4 miles of 3 rail Tig Proof Fencing. The Contractor to pro vide everything- for the completion of the fence. Tenders to be ill by the loth May. For further particulars apply to — II. V. HARiiTSON, Eden. O T ? I C iT, I r:...

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 26TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

Land Selections. Thursday, 2()tji April. William J ojj nson, 40 acres, at WaUagoot, starting nt K. 33. corner ol his last C.P. Ilemort,. 40 acreSj,_flt , Tatlira, fronting the sea, aud adjoining hia.fprnmr.jQJ?.. ... . , Henry Carpenter, 40 acres, at Oorauook, north of portion 105, and west of portion t)S. ~_Aithur . .Charles Stenuott, 40 acres, ... Mookenvab, adjoining his residence block of 200 acres.

India Under British Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

India Under British', Rule. Is the Technical College of the School of Arts, on Saturday night, Mr. James Inglia delivered his fifth and final lecture of a series relative to India, tho subject being ?' India under British ] rule.' Mr. P. J. Holdsworth presided, and there was a very large attendance, the admission being free. Mr. Inglis commenced by saying that the modern tests of a good Government- were (1) tlie development of a country's natural resources ; (2) material progress and the prosecution of useful public works ; (3) the amelioration of the condition of a people materially, mentally, and morally. It would be admitted, he went on to state, that no human system was perfect, and the Indian Govern ment had doubtless its defects : but who could deny tlmt since the intro duction of British rule in India an ad vancement had taken place iu the three above-mentioned conditions ? The spirit of the rulers was practical, Christian, humanitarian, and there was therefore every justific...

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

Wolumla Items. A mfjcting of School of Arts' Cnuimiltoc! was lieUl lust evening, when tlie 'liunnciul' shewed a balance of about ±'23 lot-ho^ood as the result of the opr-niug. ? A youug man ntiuml MclCay, iu tho employ of Mr. Collins, of Woluuihi, w«r driving si spring curt to C.-iwlelo, :uu1 wlion near that township the cart capsized. McKay tried to hold tho horse's herul down, but the animal made :i plunge, breaking tlie youn^ mail's le^ below the knee, lie is laid up at Candelo, and is progressing favorably. Jack Frost paid bis first visit ou the first instant. 'We can now look out for cold toes and hands. Some of our boys, with a view to bccomiug Benedicts, arc agitating for a bachelors' bail at tho School of „*rts. Now this is nice, I like weddings. One will help the buildiug fnnd, aud the other the clergy in au. The steamer's imil arrived here about 10 o'clock last night. The passengers looked frost bitten, and night travelling wouldn't improve the matter. I hear that a Bega m...

Sir Samuel Baker On Cyprus. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

Sir Samuel Baker On Cyprus. A I'Ai'Kn on ' Cyprus as a Strategical Position,' prepared by Sir Samuel Baker, was recently read at tlie United Service Institute. The paper stilted that when Lord Beaconsficld astonished tlio world bv the. announcement that Cyprus was to be occupied by England as a }-l r/iY -!' amies there were conflict ing opinions upon the importance of that island, which resulted in passive neglect until the niilitarj and naval operations in Egypt necessitated its em ployment. It was a curious fact that at tin commencement of the Egyptian disturbance her Majesty's vessels were ordered to assemble iu Suda Bay, in Crete, although Cyprus was actually in our occupation and with'n 24 hours of Egypt, The attitude which England had recently assumed in Egypt com pelled an examination of the strategical value of Cyprus, which, by its gen graphical position, aominit.es me ap proach to Alexandria and Port Said. The necessity of coaling stations de manded a chain connected at in...

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

GENERAL NEWS. , Splendid rains in Gipp-land. Steamer Bega launched on 14th March. .1300 acres of land selected at Lismorc last week. Pinnies are being made out of straw at Chicago. fiOO Maharatta cows advertised for sale in (rippsland. - I President Arthur, reported seriously ill, is | recovering. | Gipp.dand Hopgrowors' Association at j Bairnsdalc. lf-0 lives lost by the cyclouc in the Mis sissipi Vallcv. General reduction in fares to be made oil Victorian railways. Hauteur won the thousand guinea stakes at Newmarket, England. Matthew Burnett, temperance lecturer, is now in Western Australia. New time tabic on the New South Wales southern and western lines. Colonial wines to be a feature in the forth coming Calcutta exhibition. Proposal on foot to establish a grand Masonic iLodge far Victoria. Mr. Howitt, the man for corroborces, left Sale for Bega on Friday last. liorsc posts erected iu front of the Goul burn post and telegraph ollice. Population of municipality of Casiuo 1000 ; I...

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ILLAWARHA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'. THE 'Now- Snvw Steamship ALLOW RlE or KAMIEUUKA will Icarc as fol low* : — Fuom Svdney every Weusesdav at 10 a u., M Edkn every Saturday at S a.m., for Passengers. „ Mekimiui.a every Satuiiday, at 9.30 a.m. for Passengers. ,, Tathii a every Satuu-ay at 11 a.m., for Passengers, ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken oil board the day previous, viz., FRIDAY. Tares mid Freights at Lowest Rates. Freight for Dead 'Weight aud Measure ment, 20s. per ton. No Charge for Meals on Board during passage. Agent at Mekimiu'i.a — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. „ E DKN-Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tatuka— Mr. C. B. MEYER. fllAS-MAXlAN KTJSAal NAVIGATION J. COMPANY. TIME TABLE. r.DKi\ TO SYDNEY. CORINNA ? Monday, 7th May. ESK ? 'Wednesday, Oth May. TAsMAN ? 'Wednesday, 16th May. CORINNA ? Monday, 21st May ESK ? Wednesday, L'Ord May. TASMAN ? Wednesday, 30th May. SYDNEY TO EDEN. TASMAX . . Monday, 7th May, at ft p.m. COH1XNA .. Friday, 11th May, at 10 a.m. ESK ? Monday, 14t...

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

ft ^ Banks. | /COMMERCIAL BANKING COM P \J VAXY OF SYDNEY. B BEGA. Capital, £000,000. Reserve Fund, £020,000. INTEREST ALLOWED 011 FIXED DE POSITS at current rates ; CHEQUES col lected, DRAFTS issued, and all usual Bank itig business transacted. Bank Hours.— From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; 011 Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 12 (noon.) HENliV WALKER, Manager. T-AN1C OF NEW SOUTH WALES. BEG A ISUaNCH. Capital, £1,000,000. Rkseuve, £500,000. THIS BANK discounts Hills, grants Cash Credits, DKikes advances upon approved Security, allows interest ou fixed deposits, aud transacts all oOicr Banking Uusiiuss. GOLD l'Ul'.'JH ASED or advanced on. \VM. SCOTT, Manager. Australian joint stock bank, BEGA BRANCH. A BRANCH of this BANK is novr OPEN in tlie premises known as BROAD'S ' BEE HIVE STOKES.' All usual Bunking Business transacted. WM. SCOTT, Manaoke. June, 1st 18S2. Branches liavc also been established at the undermentioned places. BOMBALA,— COBAltGO,— COOMA. Business Directory. -^-y' EBB AND BOOTH, CO...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Ji'om ear Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. May 3. Yebtkrdav afternoon the liiembern of tha Ministry, a large number of members of Parliament, and other influential citizens were entertained 011 board the steamer Orient. . The usual loyal and other toasts proposed ; proceedings passed off success fully. ? Postal conference commeuccd business to-day. Minister for Education called upon tho Government Medical adviser to mako a thorough inspection of all public schools in the city and suburbs to report upon their sanatary condition. Two cases prosecuted yesterday under the authority of the Minister for recovery of fees owing to public schools, being the first proceedings of the kind under the Act. Yesterday's wool sales : demand active for all fairly conditioned lots ; faulty lots difficult to sell. Medium scoured brought 20d ; fleece 1 li:]d ; greasy 11^1. Parliament prorogued to 12th June. Small attendance ; little interest taken in the event. Tho assertion that Mes...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 May 1883

The following extract will at once dis pel all erroneous ideas from tlie minds of our farmers as to tlie profit derived from the culture of hops. It is well known that most of tho soil of the Bega district is as good as any in the colony, and if such l-ifj letunis can be made by the jjainiftdaie people, si'rely it would pay our farmers equally well to embark in this industry. The prices ruling for Lops this year are higher than have ever befori; been known, and if only 2s. per pound conlJ be got at the Bairnsdule average j'ield, it .'would re present in the second year of cnlture X1G0 per acre, a figure tempting enough surely. Tlie samples of the plant shown by Mr. C. Uergenhan at the late show make it plain that the plant will do well, ami yield heavily, with a little at tention. In Kent, England, in the first year of eclture, the plants do not yield at all, bntin this colony tlie first year's crop will pay all expenses. Tlie sub-joined extract may be interesting to n)ar-ir of fog ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

The PailiuiiicntaiT Session closed Inst week was the first of tlie eleventh Parliament of New South Wnles. It opened on the 3rd of January, and Justed four months. Tlie first proceed ing of tho newly elected Assembly was the choice of Air. Edward B.uiton, as speaker, in the room of Sir G, W. Aixkn'. The Pakkks' Ministiy then resigned, tiie verniet ot tue country lipon land reform being dead against them, and the Stuart Ministiy wns formed, and the House adjourned, pend ing the re-election of tlie members of the Gorerimient. On the 17 tli of January tlie House l'e-iissenibled, the only Minister who failed to regain his seat being Mr. Coi'Ki.anj). Mr. McElhone resigning his seat for East Sydney, he luving been chosen tn represent two constitu encies, Mr. Coi'ELAXD was elected in jiis place, and thus the Stu.uit team was rendered complete and ready for work. To the discredit of our present Parliament it may be said that during a short session its members have man aged to waste more tha...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

TI1TK TABLE of the ARRIVAL and DESPATCH of the 3IfuL*j at Boga Post Office, from 1st September, 1882. AKtllVAU. Mail* from Sydney (overland), Daily, (Tuesday ex cepted), nt fl.M p.m. Goulhnrn. ltaridwood, Moruya, Kuroljodallu. Cobargo nnd Itropo, Daily (TuesdVy excepted) at o.ao p.m. Wollongong and tfydney (jwr Bteamor), Thursday, time uncurtain. Candelo, Kfuncruku, Arc., Monday, Thursday, And tiuturduy, nt 7.3*1 p.m. MogilU, Monday, ut 7.30 p.m. lJrown Mountain, viu Candelo, Mondny and Thurs day, at 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain, via Numbuggn, Sunday, C.30 p.m. Bden, Pnnbula, Merimbulo, Wolumla, Tuesday nnd Friday, nt a.») p.m. Cooina, IJombnla, And Monnm District, Sunday at -5.30 p.m.,; Tuesday and Friday, V.30 p.m. ; Satur day, 7.30 p.m. Tonjn, (Nelson), Monday, at 3.30 p.m. ? hPRPATOltP.8. Maflu for Sydney (overland), Daily (Thursday ex cepted) at 10 p.m. Goulbnm, Jlraidwuod, Moruya, Eurobodalla, Cobargo nnd Brogo, Daily (Thursday excepted) 9.30 p.m. Sydney and \Vollongonir{perrteara...

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

OTJR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondenls.'] SYDXEY, May 7. Snt John O'Shannassy, a well-known Victorian politician, died iu Melbourne ou Saturday afternoon ; aged G5. Steam ship Lusitania reached Mel bourne on Saturday. A terrible fire took place on Sunday morning at a small village near Yackau daudali, about 200 miles from Melbonrne, wheu a whole family, comprising a iniuer named Coupiu, his wife, and four children were burnt to death. Ministerial Pie-nic at Hawkesbury, was sl most enjoyable aud successful affair. Edwards wou the walking match by sev^n miles aud two laps, having travelled 4G0 miles. SYDNEY, May 8. Produce: maize, 2s lid; butter, 15d to llSd ; oggs, 2s ; cheese, (id to Sd ; bacoa, Sd to lid ; hams, lid to_ Is. Tho Postal Conference met yesterday afternoon. Tho question of payment of cable subsidies 011 the basis of population was discussed and adjourned. Mr. Berry gave notice of a motion that the colonics unite in tue J Ostal Union according to terms of ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

G SERVICE. MpUacleVooC3 Musically Illustrated. Service ^BuNCLE TOM'S CABIN, CHOIR, AssistAVyrother Ladies Gentlemen, ctf- SCHOOL 01' AKTS, BEGA, .6# * THURSDAY, 17th MAY, At 8 O'clock Smaiit. FEOX T SKATS, 'e. ; BACK, Is. Q. 0 0 D TEMPLAR Y . EEGA DISTRICI. Thursday, lOtli May, 1883. AT h l'.M., A CONVENTION of ALL THE LODGES will 'bo held. The District Deputy in tin-' Chair AT 0 P.M. ivill be heM a SPECIAL GHAN1- LODGE SESSION', when Grand Lod/ru Jlepves will he conferred upon all eligible iii. imI'OI's presenting due credentials. Credential Committee : Bros. Lenehitn and Wilson. AT 7 r.3r., A PUBLIC TEA MEET IXG will be held in the Hall of tbe SCHOOL Oi' Ali'l'S, after which. ADDRESSES will be given bv the Graud Lodge Lecturer, and oilier speakers. tigr TICKETS FOR TEA : Adults, 1/6- ; Children, under 1- years of age, ly. SYDNEY STORE. CHONG WAY & CO., Beg to inform the Inhabitants of Bega and Surrounding districts that they have received from Sydney A VERY LARGE ASSORTMEN...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

[UISUTISR'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Su.vday. Earl Xortubhookj;, the first Lord of the Admirably, announced that the Board of Admiralty had already adopted some suggestions oi the defence commission. Both Karl Northbrool-'e aud Earl Carnar von eulogised tho public spirit displayed by tho colonies iu providing means of defence. I'owdcr magazine at Gosport, near nnni,)on|.-,1l„ „v„l...l.„l n„,l seven persons were killed. Vote taken iu the House of Commons ou Thursday night, 011 which the Govern ment were defeated, is not regarded by Gladstone's administration as implying a want of confidence, and it is generally understood the rejection of the measure was lirouglit about by a knowledge that the House of Lords would in all pro bability refuse to pass the Bill. Tho whole subject as to whether the form of affirmation may be substituted for oath, as at present required, will be deferred until next general election, wheu anlippcal will he made to the country 011 the question. Laurence Hanlau, w...

Execution of the Murderers of the Palmer Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

Execution of the Murderers of the Palmer Expedition. The Cairo correspondent of the Times of India, under date February 27, writes : — ' This morning the five prisoners who were concerned iu the nuirder of Pro fessor Palmer, Captain Gill, and Lieu tenant Chnrrington, were hanged in the market place of Zngazig. That cily was chosen ns the scene of the pxccu lion because it is the general meeting place of all tho Bedouin tribes of the deserts to the east of Egypt. About 40 Sheiks were ordered in. Tlie larger number thought it better to come, and as they brought two or three followers each, the news will fly through the desert and possibly teach these half savage animals that there is not always impunity to be got in their favourite pastime of murder. I say possibly, because after all, the act in this case was committed while they were all in a state of excitement and rage owing to the disappearance of the Sheik (who had guided the party) witli the £3000 that the attacking body hoped t...

The Tumut Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

The Tumut Tragedy. Great consternation prevailed 111 Tiunut ou Monday morning, wheu tlie sad nows was made kuowu that Mr. James Camp bell of this place bad died suddpnly by hiifbwti hand, after making an 'attempt to take away his wife's life. The deceased was an old and respected resident of Tumut. For many years past he had followed tho occunatiou of a market ? 1...... ? .1 n.i , -I.U *..11. liYg, his hale and cheerful' face had bo- ' * come familiar to almost everyone in this locality. 'Mrs. Canipbell, the wile of tbe deceased, lias for a long time past been a confirmed invalid, so helpless, ill fact, that she could not move, or even take her food without assistance. Mr. Camp bell was a -strict abstainer, aud the cir cumstances of this painful affair point to the conclusion that deceased must have been bereft of reason at the time the tragedy was euacted. It seems that on Sunday evening Mr. Campbell was iu his usual health. His ,sou-iu-law, Mr. T. Deal] , took tea with him aud the...

Professor Sheldon on Dairy Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

Professor Sheldon on Dairy Farm ing. At a recent meeting of tlie Newcastle Farmers' Club, in England, Professor Sheldon, of tlie Downton College of ' Agriculture, gave a lecture upon Dairy Farming, of ''hich the following is the substance : — The Americans decided that .shorthorns wer« not milk cattle. __ The only breeds that they deemed fit for dairy purposes were the Holsteniis, / Devons, and the Ayrsliires, and they If) I said that shorthorns were only beef ^*~cattb. But those to whom he spoke knew that shorthorns would milk if they were properly treated, in Den mark and the north of France people were very careful to take exact records of the quantity of unik given by their animals, and they would not breed from nny animals that were not good milkers. In the present day the beef question was the most important in connection with dairy fanning, and therefore the short-horn, which possed two of the f most important qualities in dairy cattle, ? v'i'z! , beef and milk, ought to be e...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 May 1883

GENERAL NEWS. 7SO0 acres selected at '\Yagga last week, A new Catholic Church lias been opeued nt Bairnsdale ; cost £1500. Lino of railway being surveyed from Havlield, ou Sale line, to Bairnsdale. Tenders for the 'Jj millions Queensland loan will he opened in London on tho ilth inst. The popular opera, ' ILM.S. Pinafore,' has been translated into 1'ennsylvanian Dutch. A married woman at Goodwood, S.A.. cut oft her tongue. She is supposed to be j insane. The Kamerskulo cotton mills, Berlin, were recently burnt, and 12.000 looms destroyed. Found: itionstonoof tho fivst 'barracks' for the Salvation Army waslaidat l'rahran, Vic., last. week. Duke of Devonshire left Newcastle, on Friday, with .'Villi) tons of coal on board, bound for Batavia. Sir Arthur Palmer acting Governor of Queensland, pending the arrival of Gov- i ernor Kennedy's successor. Excess of emigration over immigration from South Australia to N. S. Wales for last quarter, was :i2(i persons. Grand banquet to hn held at Alb...

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