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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

1 Local and General News. Church of England.—The liev. J. L. Knight, M.A., will (p.v.) officiate to morrow, in Eden, at 10.30, Paubula 3 p.m. St. John's Chuecu, Beqa.—"We wish to draw the attention of our readers to an advertisement in another column of a meeting to celebrate the re-opening of St. John's Cfoureh. We have reason tQ believe, that it will be an occasion of a most entertaining character, and expect to "see the room crowded. The moon wilt be favourable to persons coming in from "the country, as she will appear about the time the meeting breaks up. Por/rcE Couet,—"William Ivill, re. manded from Eden, was yesterday (Friday, 28th instant) brought before It. Ritchie, Esq., J.P., charged with stealing certain cattle, the property of William Graham, Esq., of G-unenderah, " jSerge^nt Chandler, instructed ^ati^i^pUed far taVemiwid foBombala., asvimportant^evidence could be a^d^cM? iiaf thai district, besides ihere'^Ws ajsecond e^rge pei against the prifOjW which could only be de...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

E DEN. (FKOW OUR C0RnK8P0^1)KM'.)i The " Pharos"' steamer, lorton, belonging to tho Victx boar J)epartinea t, has lain hej (lays. She arrived from where her carpenter ws cxecute some repairs AVhilo here, her oflicc with some of the towij a concert, io ho on Saturday, tho the Eden Ifega admission was crowded. Ths to music, greeted wi^j among Lewisoii

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25TH, 1868. (Before Messrs R. Ritchie and E. Haslingden, Magistrates.) Wages. Martin v. Fitzoatrick. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

COUitT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, August 25ru, 1868. (Before Messrs 11. Ritchie mid E. ITaslingclon, Magistrates.) Wages. Martin v. Fitzoatru'k. Plaintiff' claimed the sumof £7 10b as wages duo. '-Defendant pleaded that he had not performed his work in a proper manner. This case was adjourned from last Court day, in order to ascertain whether plaintiff's work (ploughing) was per formed in a proper manner. Two witnesses (one for each side) de posed that the land was not ploughed as it ought to be, but both of'them said that the plough was go defective that it was impossible to work properly with : it. Verdict for plaintiff, £3—wages at the rate of 10s per week.

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 — 29 August 1868

Commercial Intelligence. Graham coulter's Sydney market RATES. £ e. d £ s. d. Maize ^ busdcl, ... 0 2 6 to 0 2 9 Wheat,, do. 0 7 6 0 8 6 ^ Barley, do 0 3 fi ••• 0 5 0 Oats, do 0 3 0 ••• 0 3 6 Bacon, # lb - 0 0 3.-. 0 0 5 Butter, do 0 0 6 ... 0 0 9 Cheese, do, 0 0 3 ... 0 0 4.J Pigs, do 0 0 21 - ... 0 0 3 Eggs, ^ doz -0 0 0 ... 0 0 7 Potatoes, # cwt. ... 0 3 6 ... 0 4 0 Onions, do 0 9 6 ... 0 12 6 Hay, Oaten, ^ ton 4 0 0 ... 5 0 0 Flour, do 17 0 0 ... 19 0 0 Hides, each 0 10 0 ... 0 14 0 Sydney, August 22, 1868. WANTED, at Benbooka, a teacher to instruct seventeen children, more or less. For further particulars apply to THOS. POWER, or C. FARRELL, Benbooka. TENDERS required for the erection, at Clyde Bank, Benbooka, of a SLAB HOUSE, to contain three rooms, with verandah ; roof to be shingled. Tenders received up to monday, 31st in stant. For particulars apply to DAVID KISS, Clyde Bank. August 22»d, 18^8. Timber! Timber! Timber! F OR SALE—Sawn Timber, 12s fid per hundred feet, the Ste...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL DEBTS COURT, BEGA. Hart v. M'Guiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

« SMALL DEBTS COURT, BEGa. Hart r. M'Guincss. Plaintiff in this case claimed the sum of £2, being for expenses incurred by , his son, who was subpoenaed as a witness : for the defendant at the last District Court held at Eden. Plea, not indebted. Their Worships held that they had no jurisdiction; plaintiff should liave ap plied at the time to the Judge for his expenses. Case dismissed. Same v. Taylor. The plaintiff in this case alleged that he had sold six bullocks to the defendant (Henry Taylor) for the sum of £29. After waiting a fortnight, Taylor Paid that he could not pay the money, but that if lie (Hart) would take the bul locks back, he would pay £1 for the time he had kept them. It was for this sum that plaintiff now sued. Plea, not indebted,' and the Statute of Limitation (three years) having elapsed since the transaction, the case was dis missed. Belli v. Davis. The plaintiff in this case claimed the sum of £2 12s 3d for board and lodging for the defendant':* children while...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. Arrivals. From Sydney and Bodalla via the Clyde, every Thursday and Sunday, at 6 p.m. Prom Sydney ria Merimbuia every Saturday. Prom M erimbula, bringing the Eden and Monaro letters, every Wednesday and Saturday. From Kamaruka every.Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 p.m. Despatches. To Sydney and Bolalla via the Clyde, every Tues day ami Thursday, at 6 a.m. For Sydney via Merimbuln, every Friday, at 6 a.m. fior Merimbula, Eden, and Monaro, every Friday and Monday, at 6 a.m. For Kamaruka, every Wednesday and Saturday, at 4 p.m.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHAT I SAW ON A VISIT TO MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

WHAT I SAW ON A VISIT TO MERIMBULA. (fltOM A COltRESPONDENT.) Just returned home from a long pro crastinated (but pleasant) visit to Merim bula, though fatigued with the journey, yet quietly contemplating resuming re flections of objects still faint on memory. I attempt to give a slight illustration of what 1 saw at the Maizena Works.. Meanwhile the Extreme care and pains taking by Mr A. Kixou (coach driver) in avoiding obstacles so frequently met with on these fearful bad roads (other wise impedious to passenger's comfort) did not escape my notice. However, arriving at the Maizena Manufactory, I obtained permission to enter the interior, and the various processes necessary in completing- the maizena were distinctly explained by Mr 'Munn; but being too numerous, to recollect sufficiently well, to give a definite rehearsal of, this exposi tion may possibly suffice to elucidate tlje most prominent features. The maizena, after leaving the mill, where it is crushed and ground into flour...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. TARTHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

Shipping Intelligence. TARTU RA. ARRIVALS : August 27.—Rosebud schooncr from Eden. August 27. —Gipsy schooner Iroui lidco. August-27.—Hunter {s.) from Sydney. HKPARTDBKB August 27.—Rosebud for Sydney. August 27.—Gipsy for Sydney. August 27. -Hirnt'T for Meriinbolu.

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 — 29 August 1868

. Shipping Advertisements Ilfawarra Steam Navigation Company. EEUCT10N OP FARES. The board of directors, to meet the times, and with the hope of inducing more travel ling by the increased facility, have resolvtd on -lowering the fares between MERIMBULA and sydney from the 1st Sep teaibsr next, when the rates will be as under :— CABIN £2 0 0 return 3 0 0 steerage 1 0 0 RETURN 1 10 0 The Fast and Favourite Steamer " HUNTER " leaves merimbula every FRIDAY at 10 a.m., j SYDNEY every wednesday as usual. j Freights at the usual very low rates. j A. K. page, Agent. j Merimbula, 21st August, 1868. j flg* The "Hunter" will continue calling at i tarthra every trip, .weather permitting. Tartlira and Sydney. (HE favorite Clipper Schooner, "ELLEN," . Calls Regularly at Tartlira once a ■ Fortnight on lier passage to Sydney. Freights at the lowest rates. S. & II. SOLOMON. Agents, Prom Tarthra to Sydney. UIE well-known Schooncr, "GIPSY," rWill call at Tavthraonce a Fortnight ' taking Freigh...

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 — 29 August 1868

CALEXDAE FOE THE WEEK. Mouth Day of the week SUX, |' rises | sots. MOON'. dflVS Aug. 29 .... „ 81 SJ Sept 1 „ 2 „• 3 „ 4 Saturday J eil.25 : oh.35in. Sunday ! 6 24 ! 5 80 Monday * I 6 23 15 37 Tuesday I fi 22 i 5 37 Wednesday 16 21 J 3 38 Tlrorsiay 6 SO j 5 -39 Friday 16 10,5 40 , Full Moon...Wednesday, September 2nd at 2.1 p.m.

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 August 1868

EDEN. ARRIVALS : August 24.—Gipsy schooner from Sydney, Cap tain Win field. DEPJLKTCRK6 : August 26. -Gipsy for Sydney via Tarthra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

MILLIOKiKlifi. THE Thoroughbred Stallion, MILLIONAIRE, Will Stand THIS SEASON at Tarragauda, 33ega, where the test of paddocks will be set aside for mares sent to him. Only a few mares will be taken, subject to the approval of the owner, Mr Richard Bligli. Millionaire is a bay horse, with black points, 15 hands 24 inches high, foaled in 1857, got by Pompey out of Miss Bennett, her dam by St. Ben aett, her dam by Colwick; Pompey by Emilius out of Variation, by Bustard ; St. Bennett by Catton out of Darioletta, by Ainadis. For pedigree of Miss Bennett, see Stud Book, toI. 8, page 286 ; of Pompey, vol. 5, page 186. PERFORMANCES. 4-8 a three-year-old, in i860, he appeared seven times in public, winning the Gold Cup (a handi cap), at Beverley, over a mile and a half, with Cat 91b up, in a canter, beating a good field of ten ; and carrying considerable weight in all the other handicaps in which he started, llis first appear ance as a four-year-old was in the Chester Cup, when, with 6st 12...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

Iiocal and General News. Church of England.—The Rev. J L. Knight, M.A., will (d.y.) officiate to morrow in the Court-house at 11 a.m. Couet of Petty Sessions will be held at Bega on Tuesday next, 8th in stant. Police Couet, Bega.—Henry Argles apprehended on the charge of attempting forcibly to enter the house of David Sirle on the night of the 1st inst., with iutent to commit a felony, waB, yesterday, 4th inst., brought before J. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P. and remanded till Tuesday next, 8th inst' Postponement.—-The tea meeting and exhibition, which were to be held on the re-opening of St. John's Church, is postponed to Friday, the 11th instant. A very interesting evening's amusement is promised for the occasion. Bega. Picnic Eaces.—These races> which are to come off on Wednesday next, 9th instant, promises to rival our annual meets, as the funds at the command of the committee are in a most flourishing state, and the horses in train ing exceed in number those of last year's Picnic races...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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BIOGRAPHY. No. 26. GEORGE IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

BIOGRAPHY. No, 26. George IV. George IV., Augustus Frederick, was tlie eldest son of George III., by Queen Charlotte, was horn in 1762. Notwith standing the excellent example of his father, and the strictness with which his education had been conducted, George IV., when prince of Wales, fell early! into habits of dissipation, #hich debased tbe better parts of his nature and greatly ■marred the intellectual endowments with which he was gifted. In his eighteenth year he began to associate with the Whig nobility, and formed political connections with Fox, Sheridan, and others, who led him into scenes of gallantry, which soon made his name notorious in the mouths of the people. His first attachment was to a Mrs Robinson, an actress, with whom he fell in love when she was performing Per difca in the " Winter's Tale." Of this scandalous connection the public prints were full, when, on a sudden, he aban doned this lady for another, and this for another, until he ^ met with Mrs Fita herbert...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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SELECT POETRY. "BACK DO I TOSS THESE TREASONS." Lear. (Sydney Punch.) The Treason Felony. Act has been returned. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

SELECT POETRY. "BACK DO 1 TOSS THESE TREASONS." —Ltar. (Sydney Punah.) The Treason Felony-Act has been returned. —fftrald. " To oar minds the grossest disrespect to Ler Majesty of which anj English subject could be guilty just now, is to suppose that ehe caii give her assent to bo insane, or it not insane, then so cruel, brutal, and silly an Act as this.—London Spectator. What were they thinking of—what were they drinking of, . Rolled in the gutter, and proud of disgrace ? See how they've battered lier, shackled and shat tered her, ' Mauled in their madness poor Liberty's face— Outraged her, rilled her, very nigh stiQed her, Well may Old England indignantly say, Tossing their treason back, giving their Bill the sack— " Drunk and disordorly, take 'em away." Oh ! but their loyalty, surely to royalty Sweet was their tribute from over the waves— Boldly declaring while fealty swearing— "Traitors let others be, we will be slaves !" Was it not beautiful, loyal and dutiful, Hearing a nation...

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MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

MORU YA-. (from oub coebespondent.' On Saturday, the 22nd ult., a cricket match was played between eleven of Moruya and Mullenderee and eleven of Kiora, at the latter place, on the farm held by Mrs Nickson. The event closed with a dinner at Hostess Coughlan's— always a most acceptable termination to any sport in British estimation, and in which, as a race, they are well able to take their part. Cricket has become an institution in this district, and I have heard it mooted that the Begaites may get a challenge from Moruya—if so, let them look to their colours, for I can assui'e them that this last match shewed some science in its course, which would not have disgraced the well drilled clubs of Sydney. The Kioraians won the day, but as I before hinted who won the last match of knife and fork, the public will have to remain in the dark. Church op England School.—As I mentioned in my last Mr John Ussher has resigned, and to mark the esteem in which he was held, a farewell tea party of o...

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 — 5 September 1868

Commercial Intelligence. RAHAM COULTER'S SYDNEY MARKET yjc RAVES. £ s. d £ 8. d. Maize ^busdel, ... •0 2 6 to 0 2 9 Wheat, do P 7 6 ... 0 8 6 Barley, do . 0 3 fi ... 0 6 0 Oats, do , 0 S 0 ... 0 3 6 Bacon, Jf? lb ........ . 0 0 3 ... 0 0 5 Sutter, do 0 0 6 ... 0 0 9 Cheese, do, .> 0 0 3 ... 0 0 H s Pigs, do. 0 0 24 ... 0 0 Eggs, ^ doz 0 0 0 ... 0 0 1 Potatoes, $ cwt. ... 0 8 6 ... 0 4 0 •Onions, do. 0 9 6 ... 0 12 6 Hay, Oaten, *$• ton 4 0 0 ... 5 0 0 Flour, do 17 0 0 ... 19 0 0 Hides, each 0 10 0 ... 0 14 0 Sydney, August 29, 1868. , The Treasury, New South Wales, 11th August, 3868. TAYMENT OF ASSESSMENT ON RUNS. HOLDERS of Runs in the Sccond-Class Set tled and Unsettled Districts liable to Assesament under the Increased Assessment and Rent Act of 1858 are reminded that the Assess ments for the present year must be paid into the Treasury on or before the 30th September as usual. Lists shewing the names of runs, and the amount of Assessment due an each, will be ex amined and chec...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. NEWS TO AUGUST 3RD, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

ARRIVAL | OP THE | ENGLISH MAIL AT ADELAIDE. i NEWS TO AUGUST 3rd, The Rangatira, with the English mail," arrived at Adelaide at noon, yesterday. The latest London tele grams come down to August 3rd. Parliament was prorogued on the 31st July. The Queen's speech spoke favourably of the prospects of -peace in Europe, and, with regard to Ire land, stated that no prisoners were now in detention under the Habeas Corpus Suspension Act, and no Feni ans awaiting trial, f The Queen visited the Galatea, and was conducted over the ship by Prince Alfred. The^ officers of the vessel - were presented to her Majesty. Thirty thousand persons were pre sent at a fete given to the Duke of Edinburgh in the Crystal Palace. It is announced that his Royal Highness was shortly to leave England again, on a voyage to China, Japan, and New Zealand. The heat has been intense. Several deaths have beeta caused by sunstroke. The moors in Yorkshire have been on fire for several consecutive days. lit New York hundr...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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JABEZ LAPSTONE: A LEGEND OF MOUNT IMLAY. FOUNDED ON FACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

LAPSTONE: A LEGEND OF MOUNT IMLAY. FOUNDED ON PACT. (By our Eden Correspondent.) At the time when the Imlays were lords of Bega, and owned extensive possessions at Towamba, there lived in the latter locality a cobbler, by name Jabez Lap stone. He had a thrifty wife and two children/ and lived on the bank of the river in the midsf of a small patch of land, by the cultivation of which he eked out the scanty sums he made by his cobbling. He was ndt ambitious, and so long as he could obtain the necessaries, the luxuries of life did not trouble him tnuch. In person he was short and squat, and boasted a red and bushy crop of hair and whiskers. As for his other qualities, they will speak for themselves, and I beg to introduce him to our readers as on the point of coming home from the then thriving little port of Eden, where he had been to purchase a side of leather. . Ere the cobbler bad ridden many miles on his homeward journey, night had set in,'and the heavens were Bfcudded with innumer...

Publication Title: Bega Gazette And Eden District Or Southern Coast Advertiser, The
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, August 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 5 September 1868

LATEST TELEGRAMS. London, August 3. Du Cane, Junior Lord of the Ad miralty, has accepted the appointment of Governor of Tasmania. Sir James Ferguson has been ap pointed Governor of South Australia. Her Majesty the Queen> who is in the enjoyment of excellent health, has started for Switzerland. The son of King Theodorus has been presented to her Majesty the Queen. The' Duke of Edinburgh intends to visit New Zealand in the Galatea. The Lards were beaten by the Commons by one point in a ;rifle con test at Wimbledon, The nephew of the late Prince Michael&as been proclaimed Sovereign of Seryia. , Australian me^p arer attracting favourable Notice in England, and ther6" will probably be a good demand forth^in, '

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