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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 3 June 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and runners throughout thecwhole of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words and under 2s: Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, and paid foT in advance. Orders for, withdrawal muBt be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or ders for Inserting Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday: All Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps; 30 penny stamps^secures the Paper for three months Single copies Three-pence. AGENTS: J. Goddard Meriinbula Fred* Berne Panbula \ . Mrs. Kenyon (Jandalo THE BEGA GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the District, the Proprietor has purchased every material suitable\'for the execution of ev...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED: Mr. Hartley, 2s Gd} Mr. B-heinbcrger, 2s Gd ; Mr. Gleason, 2s 6d; Mr. Tandy, 2s Cc; Mr. Hiiituii, 2a 6J; Mr. Morrison, Gulp]), 2s Gd: Mr. Hammond, Mcrimbula, 2s 6J ; Mr. A. Uinnie, Towomba, 5s ; J. M. Walker, Esq., 2s. &lt;5J; J. Manghan, Wangrclta, 5s; J. Lane, Esq.A 2-s 6d,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
THE "BEGAEGAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morniiig, and forwarded by post and runners throughout thecwhole of the distrust. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words aud under 2s: Everj additional Fourteen words and under Ik. A considerable reduction w ill be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements muBt state the number of Insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for withdrawal must be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or ders for inserting Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday: All Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps: 30 penny stamps secures the Paper for three months. Single copies Three-pence. AGENTS: 3. Goddard Meritrbuia Fred- Berne Panbula Mrs. Kenyon C'nndalo 1THE BEGA .GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the District, the Proprietor has purchased every material suitabla'^for the execution of ev...
IMPORTANT DECISION UNDER THE STAMP ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
IMPORTANT KCISiOM UNIER THE STAMP ACT. Tliio- was .an action brought af the Sheriff's Court* before Mr. Commissioner Ksrr.fi reeovcr for, extras : a builder's account: Mr. Buclitniu appeared for ♦ plaintiff, ands&fr. Philp represeatiig defendant, It appeariStliat a contract ludfceen made bctTvegn the parties for certain work to le dou^to the extent'^ £20, the terms of such contraci beingfeduced to irnt ing and signed by each party. That was duly settled an i the present action was for utras, : .' Mr. Philp, for defendant,- uied that upon the parti culars of'demand plaintiff condnbt get on withoki preduoing thc contract. - j ' Mr. Buchanan produced thehontrac^, which prorec ' --nped. Ilis Honor was of opinion that the contract requ;i-op a stamp, as it was for the sum of £20; the Act said £20 and upwards. Mr. Buchanan propose/1 to proceed jyttliout it, ca it had been paid ior. His Honor: That will not do, because, as you cannot entertain the contract here, defendant may set oi...
Shipping Intelligenc[?]. EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
EDEN ARRIVALS June 4tli,— Gipsy schooner from Sydney, Wright, mas ter. June 4tli,—S. S. Barwou from Melbourne, J. Lowrie, Esq., commander. DKPARTOltES : S. S. Tiarwon for Sydney. Passengers.—Mr. Smith, Mr. Davidson, Mr. League, Rev. A. Bodilie, Miss Pentland, Miss Moriarly, Mrf. Moriartv, and seven steerage passengers. IJIPOimS : Per Barwon : 1 cask, S. and H. Solomon. Per Gipsy : 2 packages tolwcco, 1 quarter cask vinegar, 2 hogshead ale, 1 keg saltpetre, 3 tons flour, 3 cases sad dlery, 3 chests tea 1 quarter cask whiskey, 1 sewing ma chine, 2 bags mi?.e, Barclay and Teas. Half ton flour, 1 bale paper, Moorley. Half a ton flour, Coffey. 8 cases drapery, 11. McDonald. 1 book parcel, ltev. A. Boddie. 1 bag flour, Davidson. 1 bag flour, Brown. 1 case wine, 1 parcel, Leslie. 2 parcels, Kcon. EXPORTS : Per Bavwon, 1 carriage, 2 bags saddlery, 4 trunks, 1 bag saddlery. Gipsy for Sydney via. Tarthra: 1 case kerosene, 5 boxea Dandles, 4 kegs nails, 3 cases sundries, 14 bags salt, 12 mats ...
HOW TO OBTAIN VALUE FOR YOUR PROPERTY, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
HOW TO OBTAIN VALUE FAR YCU3 P8GPERTY, " Good morning, Jones," " Good morning Brown any thing moving." "No, nothing stirring, everything very dull, this long dry weather is playing the mischief with us; what with disease, rust, and the low price- of dairy pro duce, people do not know, which,way to turn, and.now the dryjseason will finish us; here are store bills coming in Mid nothing to meet them, lam surc.Idouotknow which way to turn." " Well, look here Brown, I have been in this district nearly twenty years, and I do not recollcct such bad timesft as they are at present. There is no'sale for anything; do i) you know, anyone that wants to buy pigs, I have about i forty I want to sell. I have, bills due "and must : meet them. I have been to everyone I could think of; ;.i but pigs seem to.be a drug in the market. No one wanted to buy."- '' 5 Brown: " Have you bad any offer at all for tbem j" g Jones : ""Why, yes! Old Smith offered mcJZr -»vlieji'i for tbein; I told him he could have ...
TARTHRA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
T.VRTHItA. ARRIVALS: June 1st,—Ellen schooner, Captain Nicholson, from Sydney. Captain, ageut. D-EPARTDltES : June 2nd,—Ellen forSydney. IMPORTS : 3 box soap, Jauncey. 1 bag seed, Sccombe. 2 bags sugar, D'Arcy. 1 bale blankets, 1 case, 1 packagc, Thompson. 4 cases gin, 4 cases drapery, 1 box candles 4 packages merchandise, 1 caest tea, 1 cask; 4 bags salt,^4 mats su gar, Dawson. 12 eases, Witton. EXPORTS : ] 2 ba™3 potatoes, 232 cheese, 11 kags lard, 75 sides ba con, 3 tons bark, 13 casks butter.
Correspondence. (PER FAVOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") TO THE INHABITANTS AND PROPERTY HOLDERS IN THE TOWNSHIP OF BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
(Pra favor or tin: " beoa gazette.") the inhabitants and PiiOl'l'rtv HoLUEP.3 in ti!e Township op bbga. I beg to call your attention to the glaring injus tice of the monopoly of the township reserves, by onuin dividual, running thereon two or three thousand sheen, to the exclusion of the cattle belonging to the township inhabitants. Now, this party, not content with selecting; over two thousand acrcs of land, which is a stretch of the Land Bill, he wants to monopolise the reserve also. Small blame to him if toil tamely submit to be treated so; your that have paid the Govern went such a price for you land for the last ten years, some as high as- twelve or fourteen pounds poraore. Nov.', there is one gentleman in the township, Mr. Dawson, paid that figure, and now liis'cattle arc starving owing to the great ilroughtprevailing. Would these cattle starve if the reserves were left for what tli e Government intend them the use cftlie township cattle. When Mr. Egan was last in Eega he told...
A TALE OF LOVE VND MURD[?]R. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
A T&LE OF LOVE V80 MURDrR. ±he following tragic instance ol a woir.ans revenge is related by the correspondent of the " Morning Herald —Andrew J. Boi-roughs, formerly residing in Chicago, Illinois, was the 6011 of wealthy parents, and moved in the best society of that " fist" Ameri can town. His brother, ])i\ Burroughs, is the Presi dent of a Baptist seminary at Chicago-, and the mur dered man was a church member ia goad standing. Circumstances led him to visit ihe town of Burlington' in Iowa, wliei-if, after the resideuce of a few mouths, he formed the acquaintance of one Louise E. Harris. This person is the daughter of an Irish labourer, pos sessing an active mind and some graces of person, and being an attendant at the same church with Burroughs attracted his attention. He was, it seems, frequently of service to her in shielding her from the prosecution of lier parents and relatives, who are strict Roman Catholics, and he also assisted her in her efforts to obtain an educ...
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET P[?]I[?]E[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
COMMERCIAL. LOCAL MARKET P. IcE-. Flour Corn, per bushel .Oats, per bushel Bariy do do Butter, per lb.... Cheese Bacon... Potatoes, per ton Beef, par lb. ... Mutton, per lb Fat cattle Store cattle ... Milking cowa p>g» £. b d £ s d. 23 0 0 25 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 6 0 2 0 0 3 •o 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 5 0 0 6 0 0 5 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 &lt;y o 0 0 0 0 0 4$ 0 0 0 4 0 0 G 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 15 0 20 0 0 iGrtAffAM COULTER.] SYDNEY MARKET PRICES. £ s. d. £ s d. s:i "" « 8 o 0° 6 ! VV.ef.t — H«:I. Oats Hl ... 0 2 0 0 2 !> " ... 0 2 0 0 2 jtlen Ilij' peVtou 3 0 0 4 0 0 as = - = sss :js tSZIt.: •'* j «» est * '■■■»i» »»• "lot per ton ... 20 0 0 23 0 0
SATURDAY JUNE 10 Local News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH. (Before their Worships, H. Wren, J. Davis, J. D'Drey, and R, Ritchie, Esqs., J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
SATURDAY" JUNK 10 COUKT OF rElTY SESSIONS. Tcesdat, Jcse 6tii. (Before their Worships, H. Wren, J. Davis, J. D'Drov, and B, Hitch ie, Esqs., J.P.'s) James Townaeud appeared on summons to answer a complaint of Alex. McCleuna, that he liad used abusive and obscene language to him in a public place. Margaret Shackles been sworn, stated that the words complained of -were used in her house. Case dismissed. John Williams appeared on summons to answer the complaint of Joseph Rolf, that lie had in his possession a bay horse branded R near neck, the property of plaintiff which he refused to give. Mr. Parker for plaintifl. Joseph Rolf being duly sworn, stated : I am a laborer, and reside at Sandy Creek ; I own n bay horse branded li near neck; I lost the horse about a fortnight or three weeks ago; I read in the "Gazette" that defendant had the horse, I went and demanded him, but he refused to give him up, claiming him as his property. By Mr. Parker : The horse has been nine months bro ken in ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
BIRTHS, DEATHS & MARRIAGES 2s. 6d, Each INSERTION. MARRIAGES &nbsp; &nbsp; June 8th,—At Wolumla, by licence,, by the Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A., Mr. Charles Turner, to Mrs. Mary Vaughan, relict of the late Mr. Vaughan.
S[?] ALL D[?]B[?]S COURT. Askew v. Gordon, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
S- ALL D.BiS COURT. I Askew v. Gordon. For breaking in two hordes, £2- Verdict for plaintiff. Howard v. Miller, For £Kl, amount of promissoiy note, overdue, and un paid. Verdict for plaintiff. Homan v. Thomas, For £1, for medical attendance. Verdict for plaintiff. McNaught v. Crockfori, For £9 2s 2d, for rations and the price of two bullocks. Their woinliips ruled in this case that on a former case when the present plaintiff was defendant, and the present defendant was plaintiff, they gave a verdict for tlie then plaintiff, disallowing the above claim as a set-off, in con sequence of that verdict they would not entertain the pre sent case, and therefore dismissed it. Thompson v. Thompson, ■ For £5 5s, sto:e account. Settle! out of court. A Spinous Accident.—On Saturday last Mr. John Falkner, eldest son of Mr. A. Falkner, of the Exchange Hotel, Eden. While riding after cattle at Wagg Wagg, his horse stepped into a stump-hole, and fell throwing his rider with great .'violence against ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 10 June 1865
[advertisement.] (to the EDITOR OF the "Bega Gazette.") SIR.—I hope you will allow me a space in your widely circulated journal, to defend myself from false reports, which havebeen circulated by some evil dis- posed person, and calculated to injure my character in this district, and lose the good opinion of parties whom I highly esteem, also tend to blight my future prospects Now, Sir, a female who has come from Wollongong to ressde in this district., has circulated the report that I am a married man, and that my wife and one child are now living in Wollongong. Another individual has reported, I eloped with two young ladies from Braid- wood. For whatever objects the above reports were circu- lated, I am at loss to conjecture. But I now most em- phaticaly contradict them. I am a single man, and well-known, both in Wollongong and here, and I so- lemnly declare that I have only been once in Braid- wood and then I only travelled through it. My charac ter has hitherto been without a blem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
£3 REWARD, LOST from Badgery's Swamp, or Crantojy'a Plum, Tlu-ce Bullocks ; one ablue roan, branded MP,' EE 011 ribs; one bri'ndlc ane white, HK on near rumpr one red bullock, ~\VC on ruuip, JD off ribs. One pound will be paid for each of the bulloclis, w delivery to Mr. William Condon, Woluiuln Civet. vr. Thompson CAUTION.. SOSfE petty.thief mnttcs it a practice to call1 at the Tdutavranglo Dairy, .lie lifis' been there three times, once lit; helped himself to chfics&, and twiee lie was nearly caught. Any person found prowling abautt the premises after hours shall mark the consequences, or caught shall get the rigour of tlic law: without re spect to persons. iijomas tapped, Tantawanglo. CAUTION, ANY" Person or Persons going upon the' KflraamVn, BoiYboofca, or Numbugga Run?, to drive away cattle or horses, without giving iiotiec to,tl>e omtpant, to enahl'elnxn to 6end some one with them, will be pro secuted! Bm—J'j.fi . HENSY WREN. £1, B WARJ). THE above Reward will be gi...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
Death by Scffocatiom.—A nia^istcrial inquiry and post mortem elimination tooW" place on Tuesday last ou the bodvof tlie inf«nfr- sou of Mr. Calder wood. It appears tli" a|rout ten (lavs old, was smothered the night by the motlier holding it too ou ner breast while asleei). On Making she found the child (iirffoaiting, and immediately sent for Dr. Shicls, but life was extinct when the doctor arrived.. Coal- Mike at Bondi.—Mr. James Manning has ar ranged for the conveyance, to Mcrimbula of 20 tons of coals from the newly discovered mine at ISoudi, for ship ment to Sydney. The mine is one mile mile distant in a si might line from the sea, and sereB miles frsm the port of Mcrimbula: should the sampfe. turn out as expected it will ensure a perinnjient prosperity to tlie district. A sample of the coat may be seen at the office of this paper. Auction* Sam?.—Wc beg to will tlie attention of our readers to Mr. Fi'ed. Berne's 6ale of freehold property, llie Post Ollicc Stores and Dwelling at- ...
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
Gutsi.akd Stock Rr.rour.—A. L. Pearson reports Horses : The market for this description of stoek, such as are suitable for the existing demand, is still very barely supplied and gooil prices nUainalJe. Store Cattle.— There is not much business doing; tli»re are also very few cattle coming forward. I have sold a mob of bullocks at £3; and also a mob of half fnt cows at 45s. I have also sold 130 fat bniloclas for the diggings at A'/. "Tint Iktovkdiso 1$im..-~-T1ic Council has returned tiiis Jiill to the Assembly having insisted upon some amendments with reference to."the travelling of large numbers of sheep and cattle in long jou jieys. The As sembly declined to accept tke amendment 'but the Council adhere to them and a Committee has beet appointed to draw up reasons. Mb. Clahk Irving.—The Sydney corres^ndont of the "Western Post," wiitcs :—Clark Irving, it ipear.% died a mined and beggared man. He had beentengaged in some Spanish railway speculations, and his moty was all lost. His d...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
Hearing this in niind we now pr&lt; ceed. ~ bw principle object.* The,latter end of last year tlie Farliameut was dissolved, Daniel JEgan, Ktq., who was the life representative ■ of this dis'rict, came to Biega to solicit the fa vor and honor &lt;f again representing the inha- j Isltwfts In the House of A'sembly, Now Mr jgtiiir had continuously representedthiB district io every successive Parlwme&t%iiide at reppun - »tle Government was granted to this colony and ejojpyisitcd Bega^at general elections; the peo ple 1&U eliglfted and taxed hiui with it, and a!:0> * V' - The Stamp Act will soon become la w. additional Duties Bill, and the Package H Bill have been read the third time ami p.i .1 through all their remaining stapes. i There is not the slightest. doubt hut that the financial f-tate of the colony is in a very hail sta'e That our statesmen are taking the right means to relieve tlie country from its pecuniary difficulties by the above taxes is...