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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
T^Jftab^Bhed every SATURDAY MORNING, and .L form^ed by post and runners throughout the 'whole otCW 3istriet. Tkums of Advebtisino 'Twenty-eight words and under 2i. Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will he made for Quar terly and Annual advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for with drawal must be sent to. the office before G p.m. on Thursday's,'aiid all orders for inserting advertisements must bs sent in not later than noon 0:1 Friday's. All Subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. Par ties residing at a distance can remit in stamps. LETTER PRESS PRINTING, • Executed'in all its various branches, with neatnes* and despatch, on Moderate Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. Bega Steam Hour Sills. TV GOWING, and SONS having made arrange JLf, meiits in Sydney, for a constant supply 01 first-class Adelaide Wheat, and are now ina...
[?]ail time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
11 all arrives from Sydney, Wolloagong, Moruya, and BoU'Ja, on YVclncsIay's an i Saturday's at 6 j>.n. From Manaro every Wednesday at t> p.tn. FromElcn, McriraJra'.la, Faiibula, \ToluaIa, ca VTeJ. csiiy'b and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Kamaruka, every Tuesday and Sunday at C p.m. "
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
BIRTHS, DEATHS & MARRIAGES 2s. 6d, Each INSERTION. MARRIED. August. 16,—By special licence, at St. James' Church, William Charles, the eldest son of Mr. Wil- liam Webb, of Pyrmont, Sydney, to Annie, the second daughter of Mr. James Reynolds, formerly of Kent, England.
Miscellancous. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 September 1865
EDUCATING FOR A WIFE.—Punch has made rather dreary fun of a really funny incident. A gentleman of Desborough, named Riley, apparently a manufacturer, of good position, has chosen to educate a factory girl to make a wife after his own heart. There is no particular objec- tion to that, the thing has been done before, and will be done again, and he has also decided to publish his design, and his reasons, and his process, for the edification of the world in the local papers. In a letter which has really been printed, he declares that he has laid before his "intended" the "numerous terms" of the engagement, has made her travel rapidly by train to open her mind, and sent her to the south and will not see her "till she gets a little grounded in general information, and becomes moderately refined." She is to acquire all kinds of accom- plishments—French, grammar, and the harmonium, and will enjoy the additional advantage of a "voluminous &nbsp; correspondence from myself." Mr. Riley...
The Bega [?]elle "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
"Quod lJctis Hie Est." SATURDAY SEPTE .iBiSr. 9 Oca Government, after haviag tried all sorts of dodges, have determined to go in for philanthrophy, and are re" tolved to reform all tlie juvenile delinquents of the colony, by manufacturing them into Colonial Tars; lji:f, not wishing to bide tlieir new-born light under a bushel they have taken the precaution (in carrying out their pro ject) to adopt a course which will at once dazzle the cyes of the public by the full blaze of their charitable disin terestedness : the}' having witnessed the mighty tempest the Sea Witch raise J, which shock the foundation of the Government of tiie day, and brought them into much notoriety, resolved to follow precisely the same course, tenders were called for, the one selected was the Keying Barque, price £2750, the property of R. Towns and Co., the same firm who supplied the country with that model of a pilot boat, the Sea Witch:—who could successfully compete with the proprietors of Kottcn Row ? they ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
IS Published every SATURDAY MORNING-, and fonvardeel by post and runners throughout the whole of tlie district. Tkhm3 of Advertising 'Twenty-eight words and under 2-;. Every additional Fourteen words and under li. A considerable reduction will be mado for Quar terly aad Annual advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for with drawal must be sent to the office before 6 p.m. on Thursday's, and all orders for inserting advertisements must be sent in not later.than noon 011 Friday's. All Subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. Par ties residing at a distance can remit iu stamps. IiSTTSIH PRESS PiEtlSTTING, Executed in all its various branches, with neatnes" and despatch, on Moderate Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. Bega Steam Flour Mills. D GO WING, and SONS having made arrange * ments in Sydney, for a constant supply 01 first-class Adelaide Wheat, and are now i...
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
liDEN. AimivAts: Sejitfnber ],—You Yangs steamer, Captain Ilasseltoi., from Sydney. Passengers,—Mrs, Williams. UKPABTUBES : September J,—You Yangs steamer, for Melbourne, Paisengers,—Mr. and Mrs. Sliillingt.on, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs Thomas, Mrs. Wilkins,, Mr. lie)I, and Mr. Morton.
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
#!^T. y.rr? ! g^nffCCigctw MERTJIBDLA. Cla steerage. Dkpaiitciies: Siplcuiber I,—Kiuwa steamer, Captain Housler.for Sydney. Passengers,—Miss Seeombe, Alias Schfir, Messrs. Stuart, ffibburd, Thompson, Rev. Stanfi d, Tonler, Jones, and 12 in the steerage. Imports: Case, truss, 20 sacks fiour, i bundles woolpacks, jx tobacco, quarter beef, 21 bags sujjar, keg, drum, C e, hale drapery, bundle bags, 4 cases kerosene, A. K. Pi e. ease sundries, bale hay, Williams; 20 bags rice, 2 ch ts tea, 3 half-chests tea, 11 boxes tea, case mustard, 2 «;s chemicals, Order; 2 casks, Chopin; parcel seeds, quanr beef, James Manning; quarter tierce tobacco, Order; B bare iron, 10 bundles iron, 2 bundles hay forks, bunfc scythes, bundle handles, 3 bundles rakes aud handtl case axes, 8 dray boxes, cask sundries, case sundries, cfc kerosene, 2 bars steel, 6 l>aw, bundle sheet iron, Wod croft; 2 cases bundle bedsteads,. Wright; .bag whitenini bag rice, M'Causland; 8 mats sugar, 4 half-chests to! bag salt, ...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Prcscott v. Parker,—for £9 15s; gonis scld and i cored. No appearance of Defendant. Verdict for plaia- j tiff. j Same v. Bate,—for £1 3s.; goods sold and* delivers:1.. | No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff. Tender Accepted.—The tender of Mr. Grill i, £25, fori fittings of Court-house, was accepted. ! Evglish if ail.—The mail for England leaves Sydney on the 22nd inst. Free Selections.—The Minister for Lands Ins do- ' termined to bring to the hammer nil lapsed conditional j purchases. (See advertisement.) We are piven to un- j derstand that the majority of people in this district., whose j selections are advertised for 'klit, have paid up their mnnev i and fulfilled the conditions of-the Act, they also hold both j Land Agent's arid Treasury receipts; if such is the ease it j is,elearly the neglect of the. Land Ageut not paying the j money into the Treasury within the stipulated time. To j allay the fears of selectors we may inform them that tueir j la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
LAfiXD SAfiES. IN pursuance of the provisions of " Crown Lond'i Alienation Act of 1801," J,llie Minister for Lands do hereby notify (hat-the following lols of land vril bo otlered foe snip, by publio iiuetinn, utlhe undonnen lionod places, at eleven o'clock, on tire drty specified, at tlio upset prico affixed (o caoh lot respectively. (J)e posit 25 per cent.). JOHN ROBERTSON. BOMB ATA (at. the Police Office), ON TOEFDAY, 19ra SHITE MB Kll. CoVNTHY Lois: Coun'y ofWellesiry, parish of JWnirn, 2 lo't (79 and 102 sores), on the right bank of lite IJombtila River,niwwt one wile nbovellio jmv uLion of the Lindiiwiih ftivur, and on lhe rond from Kiimilra to iiiLn, uboul 9 wiles nr rtli easterly from Botnbnla, portions 19 and 21; 2 lots (10? ftnd 57 iwre»), on the left bank oi Undowah River, opp«">it&lt;5 Bradley's 816 aires, about 8 miles northerly froin ]iomla!a, por tions 23 and 85 ; parish of Bombala, 2 lote (35 awl 40 acres), on the right hank of Bom Imla River, udjncont to ...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BAGE GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
gWspikw.-. (To thb RniTon op thk " bbca Gassktje.") 6ib,—I have tliifi tlav'reailin the ,Hot»Wo newspaper %Mow>rti Star) a letter, from Mr. W.Sliaw, touchcrof the National 'school at KJen, ami beinj; desirous of saying a Tow words in reply to a portion Iboropf, perliitjiH you will, us the subject m»ttor of Mr. Shaw's letter is of a local patura, Conner,tetTwith Our district which your valuable journal so fully represents and has a wmch larger circjjla Jierp. aljbrd me a little spaoo, ^ Mr. Shaw's Iclt r jr. cv Mc-r1' written with a view to establish liijuxeif .a good, fjuihful, an,I duly qualified teacher by the hifaliVM (!) teit of the National School lirird, and, had he confincd lio remarks to the Board un der which he holds office (lm&lt; which oftfee, after bis letter, I think he will not Ions J f;huul 1 not have troubled myself with bis affairs. But as towards the close of his letter, he has continued li.f! uulUcriminate attacks, nut, only upon the whole body /public...
[?]onial Extracts. NIMITYBELLE. (From the Monuro Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
cCottkC fHxtmfs, T NTMTYTiELLE. (p\in the Rfonuro Mcrwiry.) For the last thita or four weeks considerabfe interest hn' Iicen felt l)v tfe inhabitants of Cooma, Nihitybelle, and tiie district sVrnunding, as .to the result i certain charges and coiinte charges, in which Mr. J)aid Bel!, J.P., of Nimitybelll and a person named Row) (said to lie a brother-in-law v£ the first-earned gentlenmi) stood in the positions of piintiSTs and defendants. 'It smell pitch had public cun.sity attained, that we wer) fain to try and satisfy its citings by proceeding to Nility belle on Saturday last, to Vttcud the court of Petty Sessions there, and as faithsul\chronielers, to inform ouijreaders of the result of this liu^huli. j In the first case, Ed\tard and Sarah ltowe appe ed be fore R. Dau-son and A. A, Slclveachie, Esquires, t msuer a charge of libel, the expressions used being calci ited to injure tiie reputation of David Bell. Some info] lalities in the proceedings were pointed out, and the case is...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 September 1865
DEATHS. September 8,—At his residence, Rose Vale, Bega, James Gee, after a long and severe illness, in the 48th year of his age. September 2,—At the residence of her parents, Bega, Lavina, the infant daughter of Mr. William Thomson, aged 15 months.
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 16 September 1865
EDEN. ARRIVALS : September 9,—You Yangs steamer, Captain Haseellton, from Melbourne. Passengers,—Messrs. Phelins, (8) Day, Scott, Crofts, Roberts, Edwards, Smith, and Brown. September 10,—Gipsy schooner, Wriglit, master, from Sydney. Passengers,—John Brown. DEPARTURES: September 9,—You Yangs for Sydney, Passengers,— Messrs. Parker, Solomon, and Garraty.
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 16 September 1865
lsS(JWM9 MERIMBULA. AnnivALS: September 9.—Kiama steamer, Ca tain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers,—Mrs. Greenda'.e, Miss Williams, Miss Benjamin, Messrs. Young, Thompson, and 2 in the steerage. DitPAimmEs: September 11,—Kiama steamer, Captain Housler, for Sydney. Passengers,—Messrs. Edy Manning, Thompson, Argent, and 4 in the steerage.
Colonial [?]xtracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 16 September 1865
®ofoui«C - ||&xlt&lt;K(s, Death in the Cdp.—A few mouths ago, says the Marengo correspondent of the Yo.ss Couritr, a decently clad man, with a respectable address, rode one Sabbath afternoon into Marengo, and applied for liquor at our only inn, but was refused, and that very properly eo; because the landlord plainly saw be had alreadyimbibed sufficient. He then proceeded to our post-office, and asked the post masterto send for some drink. The reply was, "Do you know what day it is; be off? or the police shall be sent for." The horseman simply bowed liis head, said "Tliank you," and rode on, taking the Gap road. Eight days after, that man—who was formerly a large cattle owner— died 1 It appears that he found his way upon the above mentioned Sunday to a certain bush inn, not 100 miles off; where he soon exchanged his horse, saddle, bridle, and all he had fordrir.k, and three or four days naught re mained of him except " the horrors." Being now, in a busincps view, usel...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 16 September 1865
SS^rttSpttfcrncr. (To the Editor of the "Bboa Gazette. ") Sir,—That it will require something more than a fa vorable season, or even a (succession of them, to restore this district to a state of prosperity, is a fact too evident ti be diluted. The industry' of the inhabitants is all di rected towards the same pursuits, and the consequence is that in a prosperous season it will hardly pay, with the prices at present charged for carriage to send produce to market. It is absolutely nccessary if we wish to prosper, that we put our uhoulder to the wheel, and try if we cannot create some other trade, entirely indepeadent of, and quite dis tinct from our agricutural pursuits. The business to be de.ivcd from such n courceare incalculable, for wnercvcr a thriving tra^e fipdB;inewis to establish itself, a new ve gitation Epringg-^p^roundit, 'Agriculture never airiVes at any considerable—much Icsb at its highest—degree of perfection, when it is not connected with trade; that is when thedemand ...