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Coloniel [?]racts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 1 July 1865
Colonial Extracts Progation of Parliament.—The first session of the Parliament of New South Wales was prorogued yes- afternoon, by his Excellency Sir John Young: Pro- owing the usual hour at which the ceremony took s,—-half-past three o'clock—there was not so large a number of visitors as ordinarily assemble on these occasions; the seats reserved for ladies, both on the floor of the &nbsp; &nbsp; House and in the strangers gallery, were, however, well filled. The Governor was accompanied to the Council &nbsp; Chamber by Lord John Taylor, Mr. Turn!«, Captain Pur cell, It. A., Colonel Ilutcliius, Lieutenant-Colonel Uichard iou, Captain Marcou, Captain M'Lcrie, Captain Still, ail Lieutenant Uaynes. A guard of honour, consisting of a company of the Sydney Battalion Volunteer Rifles, under the command of Captain Tiiiile, was drawn up in fiontof the Parliaiaeut builii'jgs. The band of the Syd ney HatUilion was also iu attendance—"i3. M. Herald" 22nd June. Fuiim...
ARRIVAL OF THE ALEXANDRA, AT ADELAIDE WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL PER SALSETTE. NEWS TO MAY 16. LATE TELEGRAMS FROM LONDON. London, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 1 July 1865
ARIVAL OF THE &nbsp; ALEXANDRA, AT ADELAIDE WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL PER SALSETTE N E W S T O M AY 16. &nbsp; LATEST TELEGRAMS FROM LONDON. &nbsp; London, April 28 The annual Budget shows an estimated surplus of four millions. Sixpence has been taken of tea, and two-pence of the in come tax, and there is an abatement of fire insurance to the amount of 1s 6d. It is intended to record a vote of condolence in the Lords and Commons regarding Lincoln's assassination. The Corporations of London, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, and elsewhere also recorded similar votes of condolence, and abhorrence of the deed. &nbsp; The United Americans had special meetings in London and Liverpool with a similar object. | The French Emperor officially notified his abhorrence of the assassination of Lincoln Mr. Seward's recovery is probable, but his son is still in a critical state. &nbsp; &nbsp; Johnston wais sworn in as President, and stated he put'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 1 July 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," TS published ievery Saturday Morning, 'and j 1 forwardedby post and rnnners throughout! ttoecwhole of the district* '' I CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS:. 1 ! »l Twenty-eight words and qnder 2s a Every additional Fourteen words and .under Is. A considerable reduction wiR be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the' number of InwVtions r^uired^c^^aM^j in adv^ncg,^^ OSoe before £ p.m. on Thursday, and all or der^fbrii&e$ing."Advertisements mast be sent in not later than noon on Friday; AH Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps; 30 penny etimps secures the Paper for three months. ' Single copies Thres-pence. 'AGENTS: J.Goddard . Merimbula Fred* Berne i'anbula' Mrs. Kenyon ' ..." ('auda)o' D, Bell ... Nimety belle G'. Hardy ' Nerigunhah. Grerille and Bird Sydney, TpE " BEGA CiAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING .OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the District, the Propriet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
[advertisement, j (to the editor of the "bega gazette.") SIR.—Having carefully "perused Mr. Thomson's letter, inserted in your issue of the 1st inst., were I to con sult my own feelings, I should refrain from replying to a defence so utterly unworthy of notice, in the consideration of so important a subject as the education and iraining of youth. Bnt when I find statements of so serious a nature rs those contained in my former letter, met by a defence based upon nntrutn, evasion, and distortion of facts, 1 should be unworthy my name were I to hesitate from ex posing to the light of intelligence and truth such culpabi lity. Mr. Thomson says " that I come to the conclusion tbr.t because the attendance of the scholars has ceased for a few days the National School is defunct." I say there is in my letter no suoh construction of any sentence, or any such grounds given for the school having become defunct, the true reading as given in the first paragi-pph in my letter, attributes its havi...
GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
GARDENERS CALENDAR FOR JULY. Seakale and a few plants rhubarb may be covered with pots or casks for blanching, which is effected by heaping up ■roand the pots, fermenting stable manure- Use discre tion in Bowing corrots, parsnips, salad, &o., just as the mon£h is favorable or not. Of pear, broad beans, kale, spinach, cabbage, and cauliflower, sow a medium crop. This Is the month for prunning most fruit treees. Water should not be permitted to rest about bulbs. During wet weather it is labor lost to attempt the digging of clayey soils. Tie up crysanthemums that are of straggling growth.
SATURDAY JULY 8. Local News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 4TH. (Before their Worships E. Haslingden, R. Ritchie. J. Davis, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs.) Police v. Quigley, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
J SATURDAY JULY 8. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. ToBSDir, Jolt 4th. (Before tbeir Worships E. Hastingden, R. Ritchie. J. Davis, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs.) Police v. Quigley, For insulting behaviour, when drnnk, to femiles in the public street. Prisoner pleaded gnilty of drunkenness, and not knowing what he was doing. Being an old offender their worships fined him in the sum of two poondB, or one month's imprisonment in Eden goal.- The prisoner having money in the hands of the police, took along time to consider whether he would take the ponth or give two pounds, at last he reluctantly per mitted the police to pay the two pounds. Police v. Rixon. Mr. Parker for defendant. This case was for allowing the game of billiards to be played on defendant's licensed bagatelle table. Mr. Parker called the attention of the Bench to the summons served on his client, it expressly stated by the signing magistrate, "given under my hand and seal," new neither the original summons nor copy bore any seal, and b...
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
MERIMBULA. AP.RIViLS : July 3rd,—Coomerang, Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers: Cabin—Miss Gwynne, Messrs. Sliarpe, and Lenthall, and 9 in the steerage. Departures : July 4t!i,—Coomerang for "Sydney. Passengers.*—Mr. Mrs Taylor, Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin and two child ren 7 in steerage. IMPORTS: Hogshead hollowa.e, 9 boxes tin, 2 wheelbarrows, 9 barrow wheels, case iron, bale woolpacks, 3 casks borae shoes, case, keg eails, 4 bundles buckets, 21 bars, 6 bun dles iron, bale bags, case ironmongery, keg shot, 2 bags nails, 5 kegs paint, anvil, case axes, bundle spade?, vyce, bundle ovens and lids, 2 bales Wire, 2 hooks, 30 pine boards, 12 doors, 22 sashes, 2 frcnch lights, "case, 2 flasks, Samson Hains. 2 cases drapery, 6 cases sundries, trunk boots, bag grass seed. 20 sacks flour, 6 casks ale, 30 bags salt, 16 half-chests tea, 10 boxes soap, parcel, Prje. 5 kegs nails, 5 kegs paint, case axes, case sundries, 75 bare iron, 14 bundles iron, 2 bars steel, 2 grindstones, 6 plough w...
DESTRUCTION BY F[?]RE OF ST. MARY'S CATHEORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
DESTRUCTION BY J.RE IF ST. MARY'S CATHEORAl, From the Empire. The inhabitants of Sydney, and the suburbs were starl ted about half past nine on tbe evening of the 29th June, by the appearance of a large fire; and in a short time se veral thousands were assembled around St. Mary's Cathe dral, witnesses of the inevitable destruction of that grand edifice. Amid the agitation iof the night it was difficult to ascertain the real-facts as to-the origin and progress of the fire. From all we ha^ebeftn able ■to learn, the following is a correct account of 'tlfif'iivetit. Yesterday being the anniversary ofthfe Bev. Father Cornish and of the conse cration of his Grace the Archbishop, and also .the Day of St. Peter and St. Paul, wasa day of special ihterset to the clergy and many otherei v Most tif the clergy of St. Maiy's were at St. Benedict's, engaged in a dirge for Father Cor nish. The Eev. Father Woolfrey performed service in the Cathedral, in connection wiih the festival of St. Peter and ...
EXTRACTED FROM MR. EGAN'S LETTER. "Sydney, 28th June, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
EXTRACTED FROM Me. EGAN'S LETTER. "Sydney, 28th June. 1865. "I have heard the committee are annoyed that I have communicated with some person at Moruya respecting the Bega Petition, and think that I have treated them with discourtesy. The fact is this, the petition in consequence of the prayer, could not be received by Parliament, and on the following day I presented it to the Minister, to whose department It belonged, and received the promise that it should be attended to, but that re fercnceshould be made to the district Surveyor before any further action could be taken. ■ Irrespective of the petition, I made application for two hundred pounds for Tarthra, and two hundred pounds for Moruya. - That is the way the information went to Mo ruya, and in no way discourteous to the people of Bega, As the grant of two hundred pounds was obtained imme diately, and notice sent WBega, to either Mr. Wren or Mr Haslingden, whom I thought would give publicity to it and the reason of informing th...
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
EDEN. arrivals: July 3rd,—s. S. Barwon, from Melbourne, Captain Lowrie. July 3rd,—City of Hobart, Clinch, from Hobrt Town. departures: July 3:&lt;1,—Barwon for Sydney. Passengers: Messrs. Biddulph, Smith, Mackay, Malcolm. Sturges, Mrs. and Miss Keon, Mvs. Bane and child, Mrs. sweetman and family. July 3rd,—City of Hobert, for Sydney. Imports : Per Barwon : 6 casks, 1 case. Per City of Hobart, Package, truss, box, A. k. Page.
THE NEW TAXES. (From the Empire) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
THE NEW TAXES. (From the Empire J Schedule of Bates to be paid under.the Stamp Duties Act:— THE STAMP DUTIES. (Came in force let July, 1865.) £ b d Promissory Notes—for every £50 or frac tional part thereof in value 0 10 Bills of Exchange (single) for every £50 or fractional part thereof in value 0 I 0 Ditto (if in sets v>f three or more) each for every £50 ... 0 0 4 Bank Notes—for eveiy £100 of the average. annual amount in circulation. ... 2 0 0 Receipts—for all sums of 40s. upwards each 0 0 1 Cheques—for all sums of 40s. or upwards each ... 0 0 1 Agreements—for matters of £5 or upwards in value 0 10 Note.—If an agreement is proved in a court of law by one or more letters, one such letter must bear a stamp of 2b6&lt;1. Bills of Lading or copy thereof each ... 0 10 For every receipt or copy thereof from mas ter mate or agent for goods to be car . ried beyond the colony each , 0 0 6 Deeds or conveyances of property, if not ex ceeding £50 in value... ... ... 0 5 0 Ditto if...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 8 July 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and miners throughout the.-whole 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 muBt state the number of Insertions required, end 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 most be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps; 30 penny Btamps secures the Paper for three months Single copies Three-pence. AGENTS: J. Goddard ... ... Merimbula If red- Berne l'anlmla Mrs. Kenyon ('andalo D. Bell Nimetybelle 6. Hardy ... ... Nerigimliah. Qr^ville and Bird .: ... Sydney, THE BEGA GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, In order to meet the growing requirements &...