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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE, VIA SUEZ. Adelaide, August 3rd, 8.30 p.m. The Queen is at Windsor in good health. Gladstone's Chur«h Bill passed Commons. Abyssinian prisoners arrived in England. Troops on their way home. Parliament passed vote of thanks to Napier. JDisraeli appeals to the country. Duke of Edinburgh arrived on the 26th June in robust health, and was enthusiastically received. Princess of Wales gave birth to a Princess. President Johnston pardoned par ticipants in Southern rebellion. Humoured, Eyre Governor of South Australia. Gladstone's Suspensory Bill de feated in House of Lords by 192 against 97. Great fire at Shoreditch. Longfellow the poet arrived # in England, and was enthusiastically welcomed. - Fenians threaten to attack Canada. /Volunteers ordered to "be in readiness. Pay doubled, Other large prepara tions. * Italiatiprospects improving. New South Wales won the rifle; match by 2 points, vjuteen reviewed 26',000 volunteer at Windsor. • J^rfind Juxy, ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

HoLiioWAT's Ointment and Pills.— Rheumatism and Pains in Limbs — Muscular paina are sometimes insuffer ably distressing. Though they may not impair the general health at first, ulti mately such must be their effect if per mitted t9 continue unrelieved. It should be generally known that, after fomenta tion, with warm salt and water, Hollo way's Ointment, well rubbed upon the afflicted part twice a day, gives infinite ease and secures ultimate recovery. Holloway's Pills should also be taken to assist in the cure. They prevent all weak nnd numb feelings, so apt to pre vail after neuralgic and rheumatic at tacks. Many, after suffering martyrdom from severe attacks of rheumatism, and obtaining no relief, were quickly cured by these medicines. Adv.—Eggs, in any quantity, to be taken in exchange for Goods, at Wittin's. Commercial Intelligence. GRAHAM COULTER'S SYDNEY MARKET RATES. £ b. d £ s. d. Maize ^ busdcl, ... 0 2 8 to 025 Wheat, do 0 7 6 ... 0 9 6 Barley, do 0 3 6 Oats, do. 0 3 0 Bac...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bega Gazette. " Quod petis his est." SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

'■ Wbt 3Se<ra ©a«tte. " Quo4 petls hie est." ?SA^0RDAY, AUGUST 8, 1868. «. /xr> * « r\ r\ »v It is wefl known that human nature is prone to antipathies and sympathies which cannot be accounted for oth.er than ihe^ old Dr Fell reasoning. These uuafecoun table feelings are na tional as well as individual. English men have^been jfriertds and customers wtli| Frenolimen, Dutchmen, and Spaniards ; but as nations, the great est antipathy exists between them, **ind so it is in every-day life—a man will take a dislike to a perfect stranger without any cause whatever. We have read of two persons meeting j,.- (who neve>r saw one another before in r. their lives) and instantly fighting, so ^hat ;jfc^ouid appear that there are indiyiduiils horn and constituted so opposite to another individual nature, -that the same' sphere cannot hold ' ^ The following lines from [eywood's " Hierachic of Angels" is; sxpressive of this strange human We tiy proof find there should be 'Twixt tnan ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUBLIC OPINION v. THE " HERALD." (Sydney Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

PUBLIC OPINION v. THE " HERALD." | (Sydney Punch.) Do mortiun nil nisi bonuin.—Latin Maxim. Of the dead speak nothing but evil. ■ Heraldt translation. Vox populi, vox Dei.—Latin Proverb. The voice of the people is the voice of the Printer's Devil.—Herald's translation. Thb People. He is gone! o'er the coffin the widowed wife weeps As elie takes her last look on tho face of her love; But she smiles through the tear-drops to think he but sleeps, And will wuke where the angels make uuisic above. ThE " Uebald." He is gone! o'er his coffin exultant we rake The ashes of Libel and Slander's oold slime ; What care wc for those who may mourn for his sake, We have waited for this—wo have bided our time. The People. He is gone! in our midst wc shall mark him no more— The lion-heart beats not, tho kind eyes are closed, Bnt his name will aye live in our memories' core, Where the truth of his goodness so long hath reposed. Thb " Herald." He is gone! we no further need dread the brave arm That pun...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

Presbyterian.—The Rev. Mr Blue ! will (i>.v.) preach in the Court-house, J Bega, to-morrow, at 11 a.m. j doufiT op Petty Sejsioxs will be held at Bega on Tuesday next, the 11th instant. Bega School of Arts.—There is a melancholy history attached to most institutions of this elans; starting gene rally amidst " great expectation*," flour ishing like "groen bay trees*' for a few months, then seeming to catch a bad cold, and finally dropping into a con sumptive grave. We hope better things for the Bey a establishment. Its birth j was humble, storms menaced its infancy, I yet it grew and grew, has occupied lodg ings by sufferauce, till at length it finds itself in a position to take decided measures for Retting up a house for it self. Last Monday evening, after the admission of three new members, the tenders for the proposed building were opened. These were found to bo for sums largely beyond the funds at the committee's disposal; it was therefore decided to ask t e tenderers to modif...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

Shipping Intelligence. EDBN. ARRIVALS : July SO.— Gipsy schooner from Sydney via Tarthra; -WinfteKl, master. ftkfartu HKS : July .81.—(Jipsy for Sydney via Turlhra. imports : Per <jJipsv.—fl boxes soap, 1 case matches, 1 package twine. 1 case garden eerd*. 8 kegs piint, f> pair drav box<'«, I case luran shades, S bags lime, 1 case bookd, 1 bag o.tions, 13 cask* ale and por ter (Isabella Barclay); 1 bag oats (Keon) ; 1 bast Hour, i parcel (Brown) ; (J bng* salt (Berne); 2 tires, 1 pair <lray bo ices (Binnie); 20 bugs suit ((lowing"; ® ba^s salt, 21 mats sn^ar, 2 cheats tea, 4 half-chests tea, 2 boxes soap, 1 case starch, 1 case sundries, half-cask currants, half-cask her rings, 2 cibch kerosene (Settler); 1 case sundries (Vfoorlev); 2 c.ises kerosene, 1 ca««e sundries, 1 bundle brooms, 1 cvk (Sharpe) ; 1 eiise kerosene (Sebnltr) ; 1 pireel music (Miss Silk) ; 1 package Titats (Court-hou*e) ; 1 pared (Light-house); 1 ense ironmongery, 1 crosn-cut sa...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

Shipping Advcrtsements Steam between MerimbuKa and Sydney. 1HE favourite STEAM SHIP T1 HUWTBIR, Leaves SYDNEY every Wkdnesdat, sod MEBTMBULA every Friday at 10 a.m., calling at TARTHRA, weather permitting, for Beqa produce, thus giving speedy delivery in Sydney. A. K. PAGE, Merimbula, Agent. Tarthra and Sydney. THE favorite Clipper Schooner, "ELLEN. Calls Regularly at Tarthra once a r Fortnight on her passage to Sydney. Freights at the lowest fates. S. & H. SOLOMON. Agents. From Tarthra to Sydney. THE well-known Schooner, "GIPSY," /Will call atTarthraonce a Fortnight r taking Freight and Passengers at very low Bates FRED. BERNE, Agent. CONVEYANCE TO MI» FROM BEttA TO IHEBmBULA. A EXXON'S COACH will leave the Commercial • Hotel, Bega, every WEDNESDAY, at 12 o'clock a.m. for Merimbula, to meet the Steamer in time for Passengers going to the above place. And will return at 10 a.m. the following day. He will also receive and deliver parcels. COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY....

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUBSCRIPTION'S RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

SUBSCRIPTION'S RECEIVED. Mr J. Ramsay, 7s : Mr J. Moorhea'l, 3s 61 : C. T. Stiles, Esq., 4s 6^1: Mr W. Smith, -is 61; Messrs Kerrison ar.d Sharpp, 9s ; Mr J. Gordon, 4s 6d: Mr T. Mitnhfl), 9s; Mr , Weatherhead, 9s : Mi" R. Robinson, £1 : Mr J. M*A.Kster, 9s 6d.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 August 1868

BIRTH. Augu.it 1.—\t her rcui(l«nc<% Mavbe-street, Uontbila, Mrs R. liurgoss, of si daughter.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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WILLIAM III. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

William III. William III., of Nassau, Prince of Orange, and King of England; vras the son of William, Prince of Orange, and Mary, daughtei of Charles I., was born at the Hague, 1650*- He married the Prin cess Mary, daughtor of James II., thep duke of York, and became stadtholder of Holland in 1672. He was also nominated general of the troops of, Holland against Louis XIV., and made a vigorous * Resist ance to the French armies under Luxem bourg, whom he defeated .in 1674; but wa6 repulsed in his turn by the Prince de Conde In 1688 the arbitrary measures, both against the established religion and the constitution, of James II., induced many nobles and others to invite the prince ofOrange totake possjegsibnof the English crown, He embraced the.occa sion, apd. landed. without opposition at Torbay, the same year. ' James, ; finding himself unsupported, withdrew to France, and William took possession of his throne, in conjunction with his wife, the daughter of that unfortunate monarch. H...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIOGRAPHY. No. 23. JAMES II. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

MOGrRAPHZ. No. 28. James II. .Tames II., King of England, was the second s:>n of Charles I., and was born in London 1Jo3. lie was declared duke of York soon after his birth. During the rebellion he resided in France, whefe he | imbibed the principles of popery. At the Restoration he returned to England, and secretly married Anne Hyde, daughter of! the earl of Clarendon, by whom he had j two daughters, who afterwards became queens of England, viz , Mary and Anne. In the Dutch, war he signalized himself as commander of the English fleet, and showed great skill and bravery. On the death of his first wife, he married. Mary Beatrix of Modena. He succeeded to the throne on the death of Charles IL, iu 1685; but his zeal for his religion leading him into measures subversive of the con stitution, the .prince of Orange, who mar ried his daughter Mary,'was invited to England by several of the English no bility ; and the king, finding himself abandoned by his friends, withdrev?. to France. H...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

< THE ND OF ALL! HOLLO WAIT'S PILLS, ...u-d,.-. Jfarvoas Disorder* fearfoTthtta a If^lfing do j VY ; (jil^iiyAetdf #obB;ekintableor nervous m r taall degrte is niost dlstrWing-, for ■where can » retngldy'be found i 1 Thfete ih' 'otto drink but little wine,' beet, or spirits, or far bet- ; *r, none.; take no coffee;-i-weak - tea. being pre- j fsrable; -get' all the -fresb 'air you- can;- take three or four Pills every night; eat plenty of solids, avoiding the oseof slops; and if these glo rious rules are followed, yon will be happy in mind *nd itrong in body, and forget you have an; nenrea. Mothers and Daughters. If there is one tiling more than another for which these Pills pre 80 famous it is their purifying pro perties, especially their power of cleansing the blood from all impurities, and removing dangennis and suspended secretions. Universally adopted as thfe one grand Temedy for female complaints, tbey nevei'fail, never weaken the system, arid, always bring about wha...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

MILLIONAIRE. rHE Thoroughbred -fitalHon, MILLIONAIRE, till Stand THIS, SEASON at 'JWrog.nxla', Begjfc.,* where the bi'gfof paddocks will be set aside Jbf rtares sent to hint. Only a few m tr«!S will beltfkttij subject to the approval of the owner, Mr lliiffiitfd Bligh. MilmowaIeb is a bay horse, with black points, 15hands2^ inches liigh, foaled in 1857..got by Pompey out of Miss Bennett, her datri by fit. Ben*, nett, her'dam by Colwick; Pompey by Erailius out of -Variation, by Bustard ; St. Bennett bj> Cat foil out of Durioletta, bj Amadia. For pedigree of Miss Bennett, see Stud Book, vol. 8, puge286 ; of Pompey, vol. 6, page 186. PERFORMANCES. _ As a three-year-old, in I860, be appeared seven times in public, winning the Gold Cup (a hand; «np), atffirfverley, over a milt) and a half, with 6s Sib up, in a canter, beating a good field of ten ; and currying considerable weight in all the other handicaps in which he started. His first appear* •ance a* a four-year-old was in the Ches...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

<nr,r,nm>\ft for. tar, wick. SU.\\ I MOON. Month I Day oftli« vre&k 1 ri«es | sets. | days Aug. 14... i Saturday 6h.39 j Sh.Jlm 25 18?.. j Simday 8 38.3 22 29 1?.... . Moudav 6 37 5 33 27 18 ... j Tuesday 8- 38 (5 2i 39 19... J Wednesday 6 35 13 £5 OJ .. SO... .( Thursday CMC 20 1 41.... .1 Friday « 33 U 27 t JfewJMoou...Tuesday, Auguil 18t_U at 3.16p.m.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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LATEST PARTICULARS OF THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. THE PLUNDER FROM MAGDALA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

LATEST PARTICULARS OF THE ABYSSINIAN EXPEDITION. The Plunder from Maodala. On the 20th were sold all the articles of plunder taken at Magdala. Individuals had been called on to surrender everything which they had appropriated from the 10th to thfe day on which we burnt the place, a few exceptions only being made, after investigation, in favour of those who had stripped spoils from men they had themselves slain in combat. The proceeds of the auction are to be divided among the men only, the commissioned officers having resigned their share of the booty. From the accumulated heap of loot each regi ment and battery was allowed to choose a souvenir. The objects most prized were three silver kettle-drums, and these were so keenly sought by the different messes, that Sir Robert ordered each to be cut in two, and their halves to be allotted to six regiments. At the sale most articles of European manufacture went low, but high prices were realised for native produce. Shields of buffalo hide...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hic est." SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

Clje letra " Quod petls hie est." SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 18H8. At. the'time of O'Farrell's attempt j on the life of Prince Alfred the great est anxiety was exhibited by the people less the character of the colon} should sufter in the estimation of the home authorities and the people of England. "Happily their fears on this score were groundless, as the Queen hais expressed her faith in the loyalty of Mfcr subjects in New South Wales, and the British public have never for one moment doubted the allegiance of j th$ Australian colonies; on the con- j trary, they have sincerely sympathised j with the colonists that their adopted! land should he the theatre of such a: dastardly crime. However, it is not j frotii Fenianism, or the act of a mono maniac assassin, that the character of1 New South Wales is likely to suffer ; but it is their own insane folly which calls forth the satire and censure of the people of England. "Save u« from ourselves" ought to be the politi cal prayer of New South ...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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THE LIBEL CASE AT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

THE LIBEL CASE AT BENDiaO. At the Castlemaine Circuit Court on Tuesday, the libel case brought by Mr Nolan, president of the Huatly Shire Council, against Mackay and another, pro prietors of the Bendigo Advertiser, was proceeded with, Mr Aspinall and Mr Martley appearing for plaintiff ; Mr Micliie, Q.C., Mr Dunne, and Mr Casey for defendants. The action arpse out of the excitement caused by the attempted assassination of Prince Alfred. It seemed from thb evidence that after that event a meeting was called in Sandhurst to ex press the horror and indignation of the inhabitants. The plaintiff went to the meeting, but he found that the speakers had already been allotted for the vraont resolutions, and he could not take pari in it, in consequence of which he experienced a feeling of vexation, and retired with some friends to a public-house, where too much drinking occurred. It was said that while there, during an excited conversa tion between the plaintiff and a composi tor nauiei Bailes...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

I Chubce of Exhand.—The Bev. J.! piorrow in ll instab^^^BgV a.m., Kamaruka 3 p.m, -• ' ' The New St. Johit'b Chubch.—W« are informed that th« Rev. J. L, Kaigh has received the plans for this church from tlie Rev. A. J). Soares, and that they will be Bubtoitted to the Chqrch Committee for consideration at the earliest opportunity of assembling Electric Teleokaph.—I lie contrac tor for the telegraph line between Be£a and Eden is pushing on the work rapidly. The posts are now visible in the township, so that there is every prospect of Mr Cracknell's promise being fulfilled, of opening the line within three months from the time of commencing the work. The circumstance of the sureties of the Cooma line havingbeen lately called upon to pay £111 deficiency is rather a damper, upon the guarantee system of telegraphic extension; We trust the wires on th® Bega line will find employment enough without appealing to the sureties. Accepted Tenders.—Mr Johu Spence for repairing bridge at Jellat Je...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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THE MARQUIS OF HASTINGS AS A TURF DEFAULTER. (From the Daily Telegraph, May 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 15 August 1868

THE MARQUIS OF HASTINGS AS A TURF DEFAULTER. (From the Daily Telegraph, May 21.) The periodical excitement awakened by each recurrence of the great anniversary racc at Epsom derives special intensity this year from the peculiar and painful position occupied by the Marquis of Hast ings. That the owner of the first favour ite for the Derby—himself a member of the Jockey Club—should at the same moment be " the greatest defaulter on the Turf," is an anomaly without precedent in the long and eventful annals of that national institution. On many previous occasions we have endeavoured to sound an alarm on the subject of the progressive1 deterioration in the stamina of the thoroughbred, and in the morale of those who frequent our racecourses. We have never concealed our opinion that the downfall of one of the noblest public sports in which any nation ever indulged would le a truly deplorable event. Having at heart the best interests of the Turf, and heartily desiring to min ister to its per...

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