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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Answers to Correspondents. I ' Enquirer,' Bega. — The reference to the pro phet's cn (fill W8B simply intended as a harmless sort of joke- The smallest schoolboy ia Bega can, no doubt, explain the reference. 11 Bushman.' llrntrn rv-iinnlninR nf flic 6t.n'c of the toad between Bega and Don bio Creek. This ma;, we think; be safely left in/Mr Bun dock's hands. For th c present lime at least the strictures are unmerited . A few months we have no doubt will'Show a great improvement.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

? ^3fe:r* Mla/frarya ' jrabiii IT avigatibn1 ? ? ? ^ i 1 ? Company: .?' WEEKLY-. Steamer between' STORE'S rMJCRIMBDIiA,. , TARTHRA, an eden.„ ; r'.-v '7; Prom SYDNEY pwiy .TOS^DAY . 9^n From Eip}#: & HEEIMBDEA on THIDA^ tnnfhihg; j Oh all occasions calling. in TA'/ITRA feaoh nMyt weather permitting Fares and Freights^t.Yciy, LowRalcft. ' NO Charge... made for-, Meals. during thi voyagcaof these steamers. ... 7 . , . Agents : '.MerirnbulajMr.' Yincent'Brbwn Eden, M^edn-yNmd' at Tarthra, ' Capii'ii Sergeant.' : Sydney, ,14th May, 1874, ' ? : ?i'~i , . « 1, : ' -''-ReGOTAR; COMMONICiTlON . *' ' ? ;r:Between ! SyDNEY, EDpjf!, alio fjp HE splendid clipper brigantine;. i7l:i .noted fbt'^er tast nfid rcjiular 'plisl;Hges,-wIll in future RUN ? REGULARJbY-*between Sydney and EdenjTcflttln^iatTair^lira.pafhiTffl.i,':); ??j,,.,,. For full particulars as . to diat^sjof. Bailing apd Btcs of freight, ppply to f' ? K'i 'H^SOLOiilON','7-'' i'-' -_u, 'Eaen. *??'»?' ' t»:i ;idi i [','// t.i.,...

REPORTS. F. L. BARKER'S REPORT. Sydney, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

REPORTS. F. L. BABKEB'S REPORT, j Sydney, JIarch 10. Tallow maintains steady valne. Good quality in sound packages aTe readily taken for export and odd lots of inferior quality are bought up by . local soapboilers, though at somewhat lower '- rates. Since last report 1 quitted beef and mixed parcels (inferior), 8, 13 bhds at £31 ; B It Co, 6 at £Hl ; J P, bad order, 10 bhds at £29 ,* 6 A, 4 at £32 10s ; D W, 14 at £32 10s ; J M, 6 at £32 10s ; JTB. 4 at £83 ; and Gil & Co, 20 hhds at £33 per ton. Muttou £34 per ton up Hides show no disposition to advance on present prices, heavies bringing 4jd to 4}d per lb, which is a high figure considering the state of the leather trade. Very light and dry kinds are almost neglected, selling according . to , finality at 4 id to 4}dand the largest Eize sound bides sell 76 9d to 8*» 6d, small 6s to 6s 6d each ; - ^earlingvGs to 7s 43d ; kangaroo, 6s to 12s per . -tbzen. 1 ' J. o. doughabty's bepobt. _ Melbourne. March 8. Fat1 -Cattle . — 1,...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

COMMERCIAL. Beoa {Standard Office, j Friday evening. ] We received the following prices current ? by telegram this (Friday) evening : — Henry Priestly tc Co's Petcb List, (By Electric Telegraph.') £ b. d. Maize ? ? 0 3 9 perhua Hides...' ... ... ;... 0 0 * ' lb Tallow- ? SO 0 0 ' ton Tigs ? ... ... 0 0 4 ' lb Bacon ? ... ... 0 0 10 ' ' Butter... ? 0 16 ' ' Cheese ... ... ' ». 0 0 6 ' ' Oats ? - 0 8 4 ' busl Barley ? ? ? 0 4 2 ' ' jnWattle Bark ...' ... ... -7 0 0 ' ton jt Flour . ? ? 12 0 0 ' ton 63 Sussex-street, Sydney, 17th March, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

ASYLUM FOR INEBRIATES. Some time ago an Inebriates' _ Asylum was . established in this city for the treat ment of the drunkard ; but, after remain ing open for some time, it eventually ' failed. Inebriates would not consent to become patients. It was thought. by the philanthropic gentlemen, associated to gether in the movement, thpt the com munity was too small to expect success, as the class intended to,be benefited did not care to place themselves under the salutary treatment of the institution because of the opprobrium which would att.-ch to them in after life. News has lately Come to hand of tbe failnre of the Inebriates' Asylum at Ward's Island, established by the citizens of New York in 1868, and since carried on at a total cost of 668,000 dols., of which only 63,000 dols. were returned by the inmates. Tbe reason assigned for the want of success in our institution could not be alleged in the case of that at New York, with its million of inhabitants. It waB admitted by the supe...

DEATH OF MR. JUSTICE CHEEKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

DEATH Oi' MR. JUSTICE CHEERE. I 'We .regret to have to record the death of Mr. Justice Cheeke, one of the Pnisne Judges of the Supreme Conrt. The de ceased gentleman only returned from Europe, after a year's leave of absence, at the end of January last. . He was then onnnrAnflv in vnliiiet WacIj-V ? knf (««« J... afterwards he was attacked by sciatica. Goatsnpervened,and Mr. Cheeke was from that time confined to his house. Within ' the past three or four days the disease took a' serious turn, and notwithstanding all the skill and attention that could be bestowed upon the patient by Dr. Roberts atid Dr. M'Laurin, death occurred yester day morning from suppressed gout. Mr. Justice Cheeke was the son of Mr. John Mosley Gilbert Cheeke, J.P., of Worces tershire, and he was born at Evesham in that county in the year 1811. He was educated at Cambridge and admitted to the bar in England in 1835. He travelled on circuits for some time. Having the prospect of preferment in this colony he came...

THE CLOSING FOR RUSSELL AND CO.'S ENGINEERING ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

rmK CLOSrNft'OF liTTSSELL AND CO.'S (//?ENGINEERING ^ESTABLISHMENT. I A few days ago the extensive engine factory and iron foundry of Messrs. P; N. Russell and Co., at tbe foot of Batliurst street, Darling Harlwr, which had, we believe, been in existence for nearly forty yeara, and which in regard to its extent, and the variety, value, and effectiveness of its appliances, was not excelled in thiB Australian colonies, or indeed in the sojithern hemisphere, was permanently closed, owing principally to the disinclination of tlie owners to carry on .their business in face of the difficulties, losses, and delays, and annoyanc.es arising rrom the Action .of the trades unions, and the consequent uncertain state of the labor market. It is but a short time since these long established and extensive works gavA constant arid well-paid employ inent to between 400 and SOO men, and until the tecent action . of ' the associated workmen put a stop to progress, there appeared every probability -that...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Church Services. Church of England. B I VINE SERVICE will be held on Sunday : — March 19. Bega 11 a.m. & 7.30 p.m. Baptisms at 3 p.m. March 26. Bega 11 a.m. Wolumla 3.30 p.m. Catholic. ASS will be celebrated on Sunday March 18th, Satobday, Candelo, 11 a.m. March 10th, Sunday, Bega, 9 and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m March 21st, Tuesday, Eden, 11 a.m. March 23rd, Thuesday, Panbn'a, 11 a.m. Presbyterian. THE Rev, W. Baker will (d,v,) preach on on Sunday.: — March 19, Bega, II a.m. Wolumla, 3} p.m. Collections. March 26, Cobargo, 11 a-m. Collection. Bega, 7 p.m. EASTER MONDAY. ATHLETIC SPORTS. MEETING at Mooney's on THUESDAY evening, to arrange for Sports to be held in tbe Agricultural Society's Grounds on Easter Monday. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received by the Public School Committee at 'Cobargo. until TUESDAY, the 21st March, for the ERECTION of a new PUBLIC . SCHOOL. Plans and specifications can be seen at the Pnblic School, Cobargo,. ? | £1 REWARD. ' LOST, at Pnssy-Cat, about the midd...

THE BUDDHA CRAB FROM CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

THE BUDDHA CRAB FROM CHINA 1 HJYE received the following note:—' Burgate Rectory, Diss, September 7th, 1875.— I was read ing your* ^Curiosities of Natural History the otherday, when I came upon the description of a crab bearing a man's face on it. Itsohappens that alittle more than two years ago I was pay ing a visit to a : friend of mine in the extreme north-east of China, at a place called Newch ? *r ? 4-^ a nativAatfiere w&ng, ana i w«« - . not unfrequently c&oght some small crabs have a most ridiculous face on oneside. They call them the « Buddha Orab.' I was very an xious to see some, and before I left, the two that I now have the'1 pleasure of sending you, and which'! beig you will accept, were brought . me. One has, unfortunately, suffered in its long jour ney; but the other is nearly perfect The face is very distinct, and looks like a very jovial old fellow much given to wine. — C. W. Evebabd. . .. ? ? : ? f-Viie MtnarlrfiVilp. rrflb* It is jnst the efce of t...

A PLEASANT FICTION AND A HARD CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

A PLEASANT FICTION AND A HARD CASE. - . . It is a pleasant fiction, devoutly believed in by the majority of fren-born Britons, that in/ this present age imprisonment for debt does'not exist within her Majesty,s dominions, and that, should a man be deprived of his liberty under a writ o( ca. ta. for' ap- unsatisfied judgment o£ the Supreme Court1 or District, Courts Mr. Commis sioner Deffel is at hand to act the part of a re lieving angel — to open., the gates, of his prison j house, and send back to the bosom of society pnet the arms of his affectionate and afflicted family the impecunious debtor. Strictly speaking, the majority of free-born Britons are correct in their pleasant belief ; but it not unfreqnently occurs that persons are incarcc rated for debt who are so absolutely penniless as to be unable to take . advantage of the Act passed for the relief of insolvent deb tore. . At this moment, while we write, we have before us a prisoner for debt, ?ami ca whrt «nnnnt- without ass...

PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

PANBULA. (PBOU OUB CORRESPONDENT.) With a population Of less than a hundred adults, and within a radius of four miles; we have a police surveillance in vigour as absurd ,as it is irksome and deteriorating to our general welfare. The big house on the hill has ' not onlv become a terror to the inhabitants, but' a dread to Tstrangers ; and it has now ' become the query by travellers from Eden arid other parts who pass from Panbula to the first accommoda tion house. Last week we had four or five cases, besides two or three in abeyance, for magisterial inquiry ; and . truly these duties are onerous. The discrepancies surrounding cases brought before them, the mass of evidence— collateral, supple mentary, and doubtful— they have to collate is nstounding ; even informations are laid in the true sensational style ; and | the pulling a furious bull-dog from off his prostrate canine brother is called horrible cruelty to animals. Really there'- is a morbid anxiety about trifling affairs, which...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

COBARGO. rPnoM onR Correspondent.! On the night of the 10th instant a firs occurred at Mr. John Tarlinton's, by which his kitchen (which was also used as a store) was burned to the ground. The origin of the fire is not known, but it is ..surmised it occurred while one of Mr. 'm t*«« ijt 4Yia cfAfA. find . xarnnton S uaugmete n»B J1J VUO ' rru through carelessly lighting a match, ine damage is about £50. . . Some of our fast young men had their 'lark' transformed to a 'linnet' the other night. It appears, that robbing Chinamen's gardens is the order of the. day (and night also) in our usually quiet little village ; aB, on the night of the 10th inst,, some of them, with their lady loves, were returning from a midnight carouse — not satisfied with the enjoyment (?) they had had — took it into their heads to have a 'lark', with 'John;' a few of them fiie (Minim anil EPTVPfi nnt to the. remainder, free of charge (as they thought), some of John's water-melons. ' With a smile that was pens...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

Radical Changes fob the Better lake place in the disordered and weakened stomach, the torpid liver, the dormant or congested kidneys, tlie irritated bladder, the overstrained nerves, the rheumatic joints, and weakened muscles, when that , supremely efficiently stomachic, anti-bilious remedy, nervine blood depnrent and tonic, U dolpho Woltes Spnitnm Abomatig ScBHAPrsis employed to rectify their disorders or overcome their 1 disabilities.

EXHIBITION ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1876

EXHIBITION ISSUE. Tbe following appeared in our exhibition number, issued yesterday -— 'We are pleased to learn that the value of Sheep as an adjunct to the dairy farm is beginning to be recognized, and in many of our Hbmesteads a small flock of poddy Sheep may be seen picking np ; a good liv ing on waste grass: . wh. nnecfinn as tfv the best class or sheep, for this purpose is 'one that'^each '! farmer will settle for himself ; but whether ... he adopt Lincoln, Leicester; or any other other breed, ihis he may bear in mind— nt fli'irty ' llftysheep will' cost jilmost a nominal 6um to keep, ' and will save the-. butcher'6 bill, and the yearly bale wool will stop a gap in the store account. Tttte preat event of this vear will be the American Centennial Exhibition, to be held in the old Quaker city of Philadelphia The Herald's American letter, dated 25th January, states that the buildings were then fast approaching completion, and that- , a few weeks would see them finished at a ? cost...

LEAP YEAR. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

LEXt- TBAB...ib76;'-;i ^ereh'ty -fi ve litis 1 rtrr Jte.VSce ; T/ ap year d'ow Sbpplirt its place.' Maids^ VourlHnieTicuB Ooine tit lafet ] 'Couie; fet,yVar ibyoscope hb casti. Now, wlinever you rnay deein' Most befi tting, you r este rtn1, '- ?- -'ou can ask%o ^e jour riiate 1 In'tbe'lia^py nuptial state.' ' ' . , ? Lot pot JSeventy-six then pass, ; Leavinjg you a singfe lass ; . ? . i , i ; , ; .i ,Take Advantage of -your chance— ? Freely tnako the first advance. - Do,ti'oColiioefe4»y'outwaf(l Bhbw,j ? ^ ?' Do not risk a litelsf -Siroo Bather choose 'hy that. rw jlliln , In tbelliUBbancI you would win. v friends be said, ? i.^Bevjlbtyrsixleftybu unwed. Let the year by thptn be, named For the privllefio ybu clnimed. : s,'sM»kV4he;rpoflt of. Seventy-six ; . ^:In;80piali.ci(olr«, freely .mix. ' v ''-Fiiid a husband good and irue, -, ' Who'll cherish, love, and comfort ybtii \ ?) f. V— HoBERT PEAEE.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

I j: '^fqtecied' by Royal /Letters, Patent, j ,, { ' Dated, October lltl), 1869. ; V/l^n^er Distinguiijlied , Patronage. ' [ DR. BRIGHT'S P H: O S P H O D Y N E. ; ( OZONIC OXYGEN) 'The New- Curative Ageilt, and only Reliable Bsmedy for Nervous ! : and Liver Complaints. THIS Phosphatic combination is pronounced ? by tie most eminent members of the Medi cal Profession to be unequalled for Sts power in replenishing the vitality of the body, by its sap- : iplying all the essential constituents of the blood r'end nerve substance, and for developing all the powers and'functious of the system to the highest degree; ? ,,...... it is agreeable to' the palate,. nnd : innocent in iitsactiop, ;while retaining -all its extraordinary properties; and as a specific, surpassing all tie known tberapeu tic agents of the present day for the speedy and permanent euro of — : Nervous prostration Lassitude ; Lira' Complaints Shortness of Breath 1 Palpitation of the Heart Trcmblingof the hands Dimness,.. a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

OXYGEN IS LIFE.— Dn. Bnight's Phoe ? ' phodtne.— MnLTrrtrDcs oF people 'are hopelessly snfEerinK from 'Debility, Nervous 'and' Liver Complaints, depression of 'Spirits, ? Hypoeondrin. TimiHity, Indigestion, Failure of Heariner, Sight, and Memory, Lassitude, Want of Power, &c., whose cases admit of a permanent cure by the hew repiedj' phospho nvNE (Ozonic Oxygen), which, at onee allays all irritation nnd excitement, imparts new energy and life to the enfeebleH constitution, and rapidly cures every stflge nf these hitherto incurable and distressing maladies. Sold by all j-GlieniiRlR -nnd Druggists throughout the. Gl-tbe. - ig^GAtTTloNj-^i'lie -lareo- nridin creB^ii^ deinand _for-,Drv Br.ight's PhnspboT dyne'-bas 'led -toiievfeVal imitations nnder'Bome what similar nam^s.; .purchasers of this medi cine should therefore' be careful to observe that each case bears .Hie. :Gnvernment Stamp, with. the. words,,, Dr. Bright's Phosphodyne iengraved ilhe'reon', 1 Church Services. | ' We...

[?] 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

[?] If*-]' [?] k.c«vmittee, i ;:--i a point of ^i'uled that the money; !amd .i^rodueed by .a. nies j^fvxiveriior. The Bill is ( ? ..iMarol-'24..: ' ! ..^p^bertsqn'smotiorij.that Govern- J ,^^Pbnsines8 take, precedence of other jpftsiness on Tuesdays till end of session, negatived. Several itemsin the Estimates passed, including the Immigration rote*. The amount proposed for .Foundiing Hos pital thrown out by. a majority of seven. The Premier stated that an Electoral Billr will., be introduced, immediately. Supply Bill for March passed.througli :„n otu — u-n. u ? ? ...... .? The Privy Council dismissed the ap peal in the Joachim-O'Sliatinassy case. ? Great excitemiint continues at Cook town , . about ; the \pe\v diggings ; gold traeeable for miles. : : r ? !A.'blockJof]atid sold in Melbourne ;at ; £600 per toot. ' . ? . ? !! . ! , : 'Ihe German residents celebrated the birth-day ,o,f (Jie Emperor, of Gerthany by .a,, grand ball. ; , A .public meeting has been called to urge the, Gbve...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

' The Advantages of Life Xnsdbakce. — A remarkableexBinpleinwMch the advantages of life assurance were quickly experienced has heen brought 'tinder the notice of the Argi «* In August - last1 JJr.H.GIenoy, the travellingagentof'tbe.rNatienHl Mutual Life AB8Pciation,induced,tbe^ minister «f- «ne of Ihe dnireheS tfW ahgtibyah toWnre-his life : ill JhatworietyfoHBSSOG,- Tbe minister had' previnuBly heewnsuredin another society, but j -owing'tp-ppvei^'ahd'lhe claims of a large faroilyhe had becminable to .maintain pay-' ^bj^nt' pf flte .premium, ; trad ,llie policy, rfcad ?lapsed.^ -?fJSie -jninwter/ifter. paying Ihe first premium ontheuewpolicyj expressed his fear ; tbat^w-5oldnoti)ejib)ofto.^)^ovTderfor tliei li^^yni'ent;j-9lie: ttha e' Sfiheeecbrid -pay/ intent passfed, «rid;^~^'a^«®f ^rqcglilad nearly j Expired with fur^cj,'%ing4iieflriMrom him. - pfolffir of the iniuisterV d eathjd rilin^#i e. ^previoffi week. His widoy. aijd family «fll Iteceire the full

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