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EDEN, THURSDAY, 10TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Mukv, TccrGsoAW l(jiu M.w. John Mersey liyan. tee. 21. county of Auckland, parish of XVriooc, -IU acres, joinine tlie west boundary of my C. 1*. of 4-KJ aoros, tivken nt Eden on 10th August, 1.SH2, stalling from the south vest corner, to run smith to the north east rorner of measured portion Xo. 1-J, tbenee by itji northern boundary -vcst, thoneo north to Njuth boundary of Alexanders por tiou of 4i- aeri's taken at Kd'.'ii on 2(3tn April, lxxj, nnd by that boundary easterly to vest boundary of measured portion No. :W, thenee south to starting point. «1ohu Thoma« Alexander, see. 21, county of Auck land, parish oi IVricoc. 40 aercs, joining my A. C. 1'. of 40 iicres. Xo. 4'J, st'rtinp from the suuth-we.-t corner to run c;i*t to south ea.^t c« uner of my A. C. 1'. of 40 ocit?s, foikcn at Eden on 15th June, It*7-i. thence byte e;wt boundary north to nortli-eiLst comer, and thenee vest to north-vest corner of Xo. 42. Armstrong Loekh.ndt Mmm, sue, 21, county of Aiii-klanil. parish of Wynd...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Sunday. Prisoners Norman, Gallagher, White head, and others, charged with being con cerned iu recent dynamite explosions, all committed for trial. Shocking outrage reported from Hayti. A party of rebels undermined a bridge and exploded a charge of dynamite when large force was crossing. Fully two hundred men killed and many injured. O'Brien and Doyle pleaded guilty of being concerned in Phoenix Park murders ; sentence deferred. Encounter between the Afghan Rebels and the Ameer's troops ; former defeated with great loss. International Fisheries Exhibition opened on Saturday, and was a brilliant affair. All the members of the Royal Family, Except the Queen, present. Collec tion of exhibits complete. Canada has the best colonial court. - .? LONDON, Monday. In connection with tho International 1 Fisheries Exhibition, the Fishmongers Company of London gave a banquet, The Princo of Wales was present, and in course of-liis speech expressed his regret at the de...

Land Selections. EDEN, THURSDAY, 3RD MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Land Selections. Eiibx, Tiii iisimv. ai:i, Mav. d'»sr.rit JivitK. sei'iion _'i'f roimty ot AitcKianu, purish of Yowuka, 40 uri-os, joining tlie oast boundary ol'my laea-ureil fann of :J2 m.rcs 1 rood 11 poivlies, Xo. 1-S, ;Onl lyiri^r between it and the population buuudary ils mui'keil lately, ainl fronting tlie Monaro road on tbe N»uth side. llobort lii'tiry Xadin, Motion 21, county of Auofc patish di' Yiifrlamah. starting otf my north-east eoriHT of Jo Hi-iu.-. taken at lSden, on ,sth December, l^fl, to mil caM ami south uud west mid north to point of eommoncoMiont. Thomas JJnty, junr., sectional, county of Auckland, parish of Yuprlsuntth. on acres, ,v-imup the north boundary of my A.O.11. of 276 ;i-tos, taken at Kden oil 22ud -Iarcli, ISSiJ, and fronting the new station creek, also joining the south boundary oi' David Col lins -J') acres, and the vest boundary nfMai-garet Collin*' !h- acres, taken at Eden on ISHh* April, ISS'J. Wlix Durrajrh, sceVion 'i'i, oonnty ol' Auckland, pa...

Good Templary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Good Templary. Ox Thursday last the Templars of the whole Bega district held a convention in tlie' School ol Arts, nnd members of nil the surrounding lodges attended. The weather was cold and, boisterous, and, but for that r.o doubt the muster would have' been -greater. .Tin; tiitit part of the business was the conferring of Grand Lodge degrees ou those templars^uali iied lo take thcui ; a fair number of candidates presenter themselves,, and hau degrees pon f erred upon thom. After this work had been done, the room was jjot in readiness for Till! TEA MEETIXO, and about 200 persons attended it, in fact, the three large tables were thrice tilled with guests, who seemed to do ample justice to the good things provided. The catering was done by a committee, who purchascd-lhe nccessaiy food, and dispensed it themselves, and the spread reflects great credit on tlicir efforts. The tables were laid in quite au artistic style, and were prettily ornamented with flowers. The good things wero ha...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

GENERAL NEWS. GO, 000 troops massed at Moscow. Schooner Coquette wrecked at Bllaina. llismark suffering from conslaut neuralgia. 15 selections, lOSO acres, Cooma, last week. Archibald Forbes lecturing in Queensland. 5 selections, 4S0 acres, Bombala last week. A man named Shaw escaped from Cooma gnol and made off clear. New scheme made public for imnrovinR the entrance to the Clarence ltivcr. Bombala Exhibition .Society meeting to day to elect ollicers for the ensuing year. Omnibus accident in Melbourne. The vehicle upset, severely injuring several per sons. | Proposed to tcstimonialisc Mr. Cass, of Cas«, Kirby and Co., senior member for the 15ogan. This year's take of pearl shell in Western Australia valued at £10,000, exclusive of the pearls. Herald'* lionie letter contains a report of the launch of the Lcpanto, the largest warship ever constructed. iwenty mile travellers limit lias shut up the pubs at iiotnny, Manly and other Sydney suburbs on Sundays. Oil works at New .Jersey Cit...

Local Manufacture. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Local Manufacture. On a recent business visit to the promises of Mr. Anthony Lenehan, builder and contractor, our representative dropped into a little hive of industry that is of impor tance to our town. The premises stand on a little over au acre of land in Upper street ; and facing tlie lagoon has been erected a very commodious .workshop ...J'or tlie making and completing of all joiners' work that it has hitherto been the prac tice to import ready-ma ie from tab Sydney .workshops, and the- fact that from £13 to £2(1 iu. wages is paid each week in this establishment is sufficient to j ustify a , public notice of a private speculation. In most parts of tho country it is tho fashion to ran to the metropolis for every article of finished workmanship, and on such perhr-ps a small commission, added to the cost of carriage, is all that the district benefits by the outlay, but an industry that entails au outlay in wages of from £730 to £1000 a year is surely worth more than passing notice...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE MAIZE PRIZE. [To the Editor of the Bega Standard.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Original Correspondence. [Wedunot i.loiitily i.ursclvo- ui'th the npiuious ex lirc.»ed by eeire^iandeuu. j THE MAI/.1-: 1'IilXE. [ To /ih Kit'dnr -if tlw Jlrgtt .S/tn'!ari!.~\ but, — Neither by the lnflietiou of his impertinent interference, or by permitting him a prise as tlie acmo oi' agressiveness, can that self-appointed public monitor, 'J. Y.,' injure any right-minded man, but when misleading statements are made it becomes one's duty to correct even liim. My letter which has oil'ended ' J. Y.,' was written u/hr the action taken by the ( ,'omniittoe, and to the calliii'- i.:„ ? ,i.„ ....! ? ° iuit nuuuiiiiu iu me -nn v rule regulating awards, viz. ' Tlie judges may witli ' hold jiriy.es when the exhibits aro con ' sidered unworthy, aud award extra ' prizes for exhibits of special merit: thr ' ./'''vs' ihrisiuus ill III I (?((.,? rs in hi- (iiml, ' irrespective of the number of onti-ies.' There is 110 rule empowering the Com mittee to grant forfeited priz.es to unsuc cessful or o...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Wolumla Items. Some one has been giving a growl to the Vniiiii, on its voicc about Wolumla's interest. 1 expect, that growler will never he satislied till ho gets a printing machine. . John McKay, who met with an accident last week, is mending well, mid experts to be removed to his home (Wolumla) iu a few days. ?Some heavy rains fell here Inst Saturday, Sunday, aud Monday; prospects of a wet vrihter. , Clarke and (jarvau streets on the Smitb licld Estate arc being greatly improved by clearing, fencing, anil preparations going on for the erection of more dwellings. The Good Templars have been lying dor niaut the last six months ; they have a meet ing next week to revive the matter. They have been promised great support. The Public School hasn't commenced work yet and we haven't seen the contractor yet. The list for collecting subscriptions for the I)avis testimonial is getting some names on it, but most of the people seem to have given their half-crowns in other quarters. Wolumla was...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

SPEC 1 A L AD] 'KRT1SEMENTS. ILLAWARRA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE New: Screw Steamship ALLOW ME or KAMERUKA ^'ill leave as fol lows: — Fhom Sydney cveiy 'Wednesday at 10 am., ,, ISmiN every Sati huay at S a.m., for Passengers. „ Herimwla every Satiiiday, at 9.30 a.m. for Passengers. ,, Tathka every Sattkday at 11 a.m., for Passengers. ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken ob board the day previous, viz., FRIDAY. Pares and Freights at Lowest Rates. Freight for Dead Weight and .Measure ment, 20s. per ton. No Charge for Meals on Board during passage. Agent at Meiumhvla — Mr. A. T. GIBSON. „ Ejik.v— Mr. HUBERT KEON. ,♦ Tatiika — Mr. C. B. MEYER. mASMANlAN STEAM NAVIGATION JL COMPANY'S STEAMERS. TIME TABLE. EDEX TO SYDNEY. TASMAN ? Wednesday, 16th May. COR1NNA ? Monday, 21 at Slay* ESK ? ? Wednesday, 23rd May. TASMAN ? Wednesday, 30th May. SYDNEY TO EDEN. TASMAN .. Monday, 2'st May, at3p.m. CORiNNA . Friday, 25th May, at 10 a.m. ESK ? Monday, 28th May, at 3 p in. ? FARES— Saloon (single) £2;...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Banks. /^tOMMEKClAL 13AKK1NG COM \j l'ANY 01-' SYDNEY. liEG A. Capital. JWOO.OOO. lieserve Fund, £020,000. INTEREST ALLOWED on !'J X 3vll DE POSITS :ii ouru-ul rales; CHEQUES col lected. t'llA!' IS i.-Mii-i, and nil usual Bank ing business transacted. Banl; Hours.— From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; on Saturday, from 10 a.m. lo 12 (noon.) HENRY WALKEll. Manager. JgANlC 01' NEW SOUTH AV.VL.ES. beg a branch. Capital, ii, «*}.'*«». Kspebvb, #-.w.not). [ THIS BANK discuiir.ts Hills, grains (,VK | CrccIiU:', makes .-eivaiiees up»i ;-, pmveil security. allows interest on fixed deposits, ; and transacts all other l'anking IWititu^-. GOLD rL'r.CllASlCll .,v Iidvauced on. \VM. SCOTT, Manager. 1 A UISTKAL1 AN .1 01 NT STOCK ! A. BANK, BEG A BRANCH. A. BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN in the premises known as BROAD S LEE H1VE STOKES.' All usual Bankinir Business transacted. WM. SCOTT, Manager. June, 1 f-t lv?S2. Brauelies have also been established at tlie UTiderinenti'iiied plates. B0MBALA,— COBAliGG,— ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

Smtviuis' oi' Song. — A. treat for the lovers of music to-morrow night. The AVcslcy an Chuvcli choir, twenty-five voices, take the service. UuTcniiii's Mr. at. — It will be seen by advertisement that Mr. ltoger Wlielan bids for a share of support, commencing With a gener.il reduction in prices. Cani»:i.o Atui.ktic jMi:etikg. — The Cniulclo I'liiiui wires us Forty two uoiuiiiatious for Caudclo. Athletic Grnnd Hamlicaj) ; three for Champion Eace. Nominations include representatives from Bombala, Cathcart, Bodalla and Moruya, besides district, localities.' Ei.ectokal Kolls. — The P.M., with Messrs. Broad and Kcrrison, J's.r., re vised the electoral roll yesterday. Four names were added. The magistrates commended the care and accuracy with which the roll had been compiled by Sergeant Church and those acting with him. Land ItEPcmT. — The Moms-Banken report has reached us in the phamplilet form. This, wc suppose, is in accordance with tho Government resolve to scatter the report in all po...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 May 1883

MJlinJAGB. BLACK— HlltEL.— On May wh, by the Rev. Frod- j erirk ])ivi», ut (Jreenlmm HilK Coborgn. tJie roi'b'ibv of tbo bride's parents, Robert Alack, master manner, lo llenetU Hibcl, fifth daughter j of ?] OMjpb llibei. S-bc ^irfiit ^tmitiarii. PUJII.ISIIEJ) WEDNESDAYS AS)) SaTVRDATS. True to our Principltt. WEDXESDA 1', .!/.- Y 16, 1SS3.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

Auction Sales. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. TILBA^flLBA. 2 AGRICULTURAL & DAIRY FARMS. HASLINGDEN' and RODD Hare received instructions from MR. 11. J. BATH, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At Tiikik Rooms, On Monday, 28th May, StlT.UU.L roll DAIRY and A i; Ii 1 CULTURAL PUR 1'OS E S , In I£.i.-y distance of 32aeli Other, Ami Capable of being worked together if required. No. 1 Lake Farm. Tills FARM is situate on AVaUugaLake, and consist of :MU Acres Brush and Fores; Land. iu acres of wluoh aro eleaveA v.iy.l down m Uye Grass, and is notable for Com Orowing. There .ire also two uncleared Brush l-'lats, containing about TO Acrcs, and equal to any Tilba Country. IMPRltYEMEN'lS consist of Good 5 Roomed House, Detached Kitchen, Garden and Orchard, giound s urely enclosed with paling fence, good stock yard, daily nnd cheese hous.-s. 12U Acres enclosed with anew nplit fence, and a running stream of water intersects tho property. This Fann fronts the Main 3ioad from Moruya to Bega via Tilba, is h...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Wi;nxKsnAv. Quef.n able to indulge in a little walking eiercise, but still suffering from recent accident. Rumoured that Count de Chambord of France is dead. French Chambers passed a vote of five million francs on account of proposed ex pedition to Tonquin. Upwards ol a hundred members of British Parliament signed a memorial urging the Premier to admit women to county ^franchise. Mr. Gladstone declines to countenance Canadian Companies' scheme to assist Irish emigration to Cauada. Bean Brummel, Gaillard, aud Prince leading favorites for the Derby. Supporters of Archbishop Croke threaten to withold Peter's pence from the Pope in consequence of the latter giving his in fluence to tbe English Government. LONDON, Thursday. Cetewayo suffered a complete defeat with a loss of six thousand men. Universal sufferage conferred on all Egyptians over 21 years of age. Highland regiment ordered to garrison Port Said. Sultan of Turkey promised to carry out reforms iu A...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Vessel from Cliareute brings 1050 tons ol salt- . , ... 2000 Russian soldiers committed suicidc last year. Shaw, tbe csenpue from Coonia gaol, re captured. Two more camping reseives down Nan gntta way. _ In the Malice country settlers give ii'A for native dog scalps, Victoria has {produced three hundred mil lions worth of gold. ChicapoCity authorities ordered all telegraph wires underground. Egyptian troops a^rain defeated the False Prophet at (iebi'line. Grass tree ^uin is said to be worth only £20 per ton instead of i'srt. Public expenditure in France nexi year will amount to ^121, 1*20, (JOit. 'William Chambers, ilio veteran publisher, has been created a Hai'onct. Tasmania advertising for a Superintendent of Police at a salary of £170. Chinese children forbidden lo use tbe public schools in ban l-rancisco. Bishop Selwyn preaching iu Melbourne 011 behalf of the Melanesiau mission . Carthago left Sydney with a full passenger list, aud cargo valued at £150,000. ] A tri...

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 17TH MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

Land Selections. Tuunsn.iv. 17xn May. 'Wili.um llrrcmr., 210 acres, parish of Murrah, on north and west ol residence block. Charles Edward Jii.-md, NO acres, parish of Bournda, on west side of liis residence block. James Sill. JO acres, parish of Uega, on the north of bis residence block portion No. 14H. Arthur C. StnnneU, 40 acres, parish of Pnpn ? ? , 1. .1 the north-west comer of bis lust A. C. 1'., to take all vacant land between that and Edward Kens' selection. Martin l'ike, 500 acres, parish of Mookcr wah, commencing about 10 chains cast of north-cast conicr of \V. Hicks' residence block, thence north, west, south and east to starting point. Henry Bitcliie, 200 acres, parish of Wal lagoot, east and south of his last C.P., start ing south-west corner of portion 31. Patrick Hannagan, 320 acres, parish of Pucn liueii, commencing at north-east coiner of 3Iaij Ilolfu's sclcctioji, thence east about 40 chains, north 40 chains, west SO chains, and south mid cast to starting point.

The Newspaper. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

Tlio Newspaper. (Ili/ nut' Ponhnla Cnrrespovtlrnl.) Pjiohmsoh Altsoi.l) charges Englishmen with tho want of luciditj', and some of our Church Synods require visibility for their church through the medium of the news papers ; others of our church Synods have shut their doors against the njrents of tlio Press, and the Press retaliates in sneers, jeers, aud caustic criticisms. Churchmen confess with sorrow that tho Press has gained an ascendency over the Pulpit, and while the literature of the day is eagerly read, the dogmas of tho Church rcquiro tho most strenuous efforts even to bo listened to, far less studied. Tho favorite reading of the age is the highly coloured fictious narrative worked up by male and female writers of morbid morality. Bead ing in the bush is certainly limited, but go where you will, even into tho most secluded corners, you will find a news paper — where there is 110 minister of tho gospel seen for months ; never church boll heard, nor Sabbath School planted ; i...

Accident on board the Kameruka [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

Accident ou board tlie Kameruka Ax inquest on the body of Alfred Swan ton. who was accidentally killed ou board the Knmcrtika on Sunday forenoon, was held at the Tathra liotel ou Monday, bo fore the Coronar, M. J. Pedeu, Esq., J.P., and tho following iurv : — Messrs. A. Van Heinert, foreman, Eilwanl Connolly, ,J. '\V. Twyford, J. B. Evans, and John Latimer. Sergeant Church, who watched tho case for the Crown, gave evidence as to the state of the body, which was frightfully crushod, the entrails protruding, and the injures extending from tho shins to tho head. Captain Bishop's evidence was to tho effect that the deceased was at the winch, and that it was his duty to see that the chain was in proper order. They wero hoisting a small buggy. Did not seo tho accident ; heard screams of people on deck ; looked and saw deceased revolving round ! tho winch, which was immediately stopped by the second mate ; deceased never spoke afterwards. Tho chain was not through tho block at the foot of ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

T I C K . ^^?astuhes and stock puo TEC'J^M^ACT.' ^^HoHK been appointed at of mill tails of ^Vus ^^^^pjispoclor of Stock, V Secretary. Hpombaln, 1 llli May, ]8S3. fc'OTrCE OFDISSOLUTION OF I'AKT - Bi nehship. ™ NOTICE is hereby Lriven that the partner ship heretofore c.vish'n^r befivccn tlie under signed has boon this day dissolved by mutual consent. .ALL DEHTS due to Hie Irto firm must be paid tu AVALTER COVINGTON, by wlwm all liabilities will 'be paid. Dated tfiis l ii s: Dav of Mar, 1SS3. ' PHILIP COVINGTON. WALTER COVINGTON. Witness : T1IOS. RA'\YLINSON, Solicitor, lioga , ^ O T I C E . rANBULA^STOHES. HAVING soMiIu1 Business carried on by i me for the past ten veavs in Paubuln, ns | GENERAL STOREK EEPER. to MR. P. I COVINGTON. 1 now ivturu thanks to my Customers for their he.-n-ty Palivmage, and j bespeak a continuance of their kind favors for mv successor. P. DOHSRTY. s. P. COVINGTON, in connection with the above. begs to fcuform the inhabitants of Paubulu and surrounding Distr...

Candelo Coursing Club. NOMINATION'S. PUPPY STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 May 1883

Candelo Coursing Club. NOMINATION'S. Pni'i'Y Stakes. Mr. W H. Mansfield's yellow and white s Zepp. W. li. Darragh's yellow nnd wliitc s Hose. And six from Bega. Camielo Pi, ate. Sir. W. H. Mansfield's yellow and white s Zepp. J Wilson's m h Vcno. A. «T. Cook's blk d Black. C. C. Cook's blk aud w b FJj\ 11. Champnoy's fawu d Comet. 33. IV Conor's fuwii d Spring. E. Kirby'rt blue d Blucakiu. ? — yellow b Skip. And fourteen from Boga. Saim.ino Stakes. Mr. A. J. Cook's blue d Hector. W. F. lhiiTAgh's yellow and white s Kose. J. li. Bjittvc's blk d Lucifcr. 32. J. Coniiin's blk * Zephyr. And two from Bega.

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