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SHIPPING. EDEN. ARRIVAL "Ellen," schooner, 10th inst., Captain Nicholson, from Sydney. MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

SHIPPING. V''': EDEN. Aeeival ' Ellen,'' sfchooner, 10th inst., Cap tain Nicholson, from Sydney . Manifest 4 cases'beer, cask soda, cask oil case sun dries, T. BLXigblbody. «? lease ironmongery, 2 bags seed, 2 cases kerosone, 2 bagssalt, case pickles, cask whit ing, cask .soda, cask bircuits, 7 half- chests : ten, 75 mats sugar, Moses £ Solomon, Jinda byr'ip. ''??' ?' '115 bags sugar, 10 balf-cbests tea, 4 cases champagne,- C, Soloinon, Cooina. 1 case bools. case'nails, 3 coils rope, 2 kees iitm-o /.oQo'linnto ran nails. 1 irrinHatnna Q7 -bags sugar, bundle saws, Moses &.Solouion. 62 piecas board, G. Edwards. .12 coils wire, case galvanized iron, 23 sheets iron, C. Garnock. ?1 bag bags, Parker. ' 2 bag-bags, Pender. 1 case gunpowder, Butherford. ' : ' 1 cask' gunpowder, Oliver. 2 trusses and 1 case drapery, J-cask wine, .4, cases beev,.9 ca?esgin, 2 cases fancy goods, .6 chests teaiircask.viuctar, 22 bagssalt, case sundries,.ca8e .oil,, box raisins, 2 casks soila, ; case- tr...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

WE';mEG RAM S. fFEOM OUB iELEaaiPHIC COBEEBPONDEST.] SIDNEY, /. v r | f) l-l 17 January 14. In the . Assembly; the debate on Mr. Parkcs' vote'-of- Censure was teontinued on Wednesday 'and Thursday evenings, aud waS jiurther- adjourned until nest ,^eeki T lie Grovernment expect a large luttjumyj The Contagious Diseases Bill has been withdrawn. ? ?! Another petition from the country, against tho. proposed Tobacco Duties, has been presented. j The public1 dinner to the Intercolo .-niai pricket Team was a great success ; ti^;.wgs^'.Jarge,^ttendance. Tlie .'' .City of. Adelaide,' with the Suez maifa, arrived last evening. . , 1 180 packages for the Philadelphia Exhibition were shipped yesterday. ' Weather threatening rain. ? Cattle.— Pat : Supply excessive ; prices. maintained ; : best, £7 10s. to £8. Stores : Business ait a standstill. MELBOURNE. JNoihing. doing ; the Opposition seem determined to obstruct basinets. .' .SeVeral extensive fires have occurred ; eight houses destroyed at H...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

it, '*'s ' .-ijji J * * i ir'^ia - ?''-' V'-J ' ' \-£r^'' - '-A J*J &&&&**? . -C /. \ .. WHAGISTRACY. - ;,, ' ':??' ?' /&., WflfcN, i5sq., ttjameruka ; J, D^Aitcy, Esq ?; f- ,2. : iTfcHtfUIIOIrtW,E*tn'yOQn»* hiata; R.ftmrtre, Esq., Daisy Bill;{!.T. 5TIt.Es, Esq.^Rnnooiin ;R. T. KlBBT,Esq., v. c : ? Broojcvhlf ; K. Mi BiioM), «sq.{.aipps ' Utelreei ; PtabEK, Esq., Carp-street; \V. t-. Tari.inton, Esq., Brendbatoiira ; ?„ \V,,,T: Lank,' Esq., luuperuka, ; ,Wm. ?? ; ? ; W'Gbeo'oti, Esq., Brogo i f-'J auncby, Esq., Anglodale.— i Clerk of llic Beneli i '1 fegfolrnfoif llieDlstrict'Court I i Land Acent 3-;.' -J. Davis, Laq. ISegiRtrarof Births, Afc.' I * r Commissioner (ii JuBblvency J Bailiff: 6. M. HkNBbN' BailiS, Small Debts Court : R.W.Caldwell. Poundkooper.^ 'S. BltowN. ,., : ? INSTITUTIONS AND SWHETIE8. Bega School of Arts, Csrp-st.; membership, 5f. rfier quarter. Priflthint. Dr- Sliio!a ; Hon. Secretary,. (a., Harrison, Open to ^ jn'cmbcis ev...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

Instinct or Beason ?— A | gentleman (hM- f urniglied ttib,' Ar arribri Herald with particulars of an occurrence of so remark ^Ble-tf^ natuipe'J-that -we are fain .to give onr readers the -benefit bf it. A pair of buggy horses he had been using for sometime baviiig.becorne- rather low 'in condition, and 'feed.-j,, being. «earce ; in the holne pad docks,' he tnrn'ed_them ont on 'some back countryt where a . fairish : bite was still to be h&d, and one of the tanks or dams -still held out. Oh Ihursday, 23rd November,1 ''one'bftbe horses- was fonnd hanging abbut the bome station, and acting in a most extraordinafy '.'manner. Several 'attempts; tp pin liim in ended in failures, - each time ihfe animal maldng off - in the direction' of '?wherejhbhiid been feeding, and each time rreiuroing' and' 'db'dgingjabpnt as before. lAt last a.blackfellow-was detailed-, to drive ?4iyn--Out.into--his 'crimping ground, when ^he horse Jed luiii sttaigbt up to where his mate lay .bogged in the mod...

SCHOOL OF ARTS MEETING. "ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

SCHOOL OF ART6MEETING. ' Annual Rbtobt. j ' The Committee have great pleasure in presenting this their ninth Annual Re port to the members of the Sega School of Arts. If. may now be considered to i-e in /a very flourishing condition^; as during ; the past year all liabilities have been di6 charged, and there i6 now a balance in the Bank to the credit of the institute. ' Your Committee are entitled to a grant from the Government of about £47, and when this is paid there will be upwards of £80 to the credit of the institute. . ' Your Committee are of opinion that the Institute has greatly benefitted by the increased rate of subscription, which has been, in a great measure, the means' of liquidating the long outstanding liabilities . ' A motion for reduction of the rate of subscription will be brought before you at this -meeting, but your Committee strongly recommend that the preseut rate should be retained. .- HALL.' ' The hall has been let to the Odd fellows and others during the pas...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

^ ' The FqipaE:^ is'ielieyed ment of the Eastom-question should lead to the disint ^i^tipn''OfcJf^]ro^n?Tuitey, the KhMr^wIll pla^ Egypt j lihderH the protection (n^En^ M^. The sfeh may in rnmn-vlnMct.' ^'1 n II but.. such ian _ atflyeffiflfiw;' ., . true, .the- G6v^inent;ois-]^eeQlyialive:;t:.to the necessity of -presewing^the'MglL^bad., to India intact.. We, howeii;er, utterly dis credit the stateme'dVwlfich bas appeared in some of-jthe^rbvincial p^^rajhat General Sir ^firnet WfllB6leyihas.ljSa;k)idfired to hold himsolf in readiness to take ,-the ,00m mand of- san 'a'my --^ journal says Egypt ;for: the English 1' ? Turkey falls .to pieces ; and., the Great Powers gather up ihe^fragmentsV Some of the papers which Sate , great : profes-. ' , sions of superior iwisd6m&v ithe! field r of . forei^ politics '-haye'^lrea^ ':'4aken subjOTtinhahdjfiiooMngf.into'the'n future they^see V^he M r ' at . pop- ' atantinople, :and ! .TnrMsh'; .territo^d in Enrope shared between him and Aus...

BALANCE SHEET. Income. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

Balance bHEET. . Income. January to December, 1878. :? ' £ b. d. Subscription received ... ?? ... 60 18; 4 Donations : ... 84 16 6 flire Sail to Oddfellows ... ... 10 15 0 Miscellaneous Hire . 6 10 0 Sale Periodicals ... ... ... 2 6 2 Government Grant; - ... . ? ... ? 47 18;,a -' Total Income £163 0 8

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, 13TH JANUARY, 1876. Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

LAND OFFICE! : Thubsday, 13th January, , 1876. ' Conditional Purchases. No. 2. — Frederick John - Newlyn, . county, of Auckland, parish. of ; Pueu,-Buen, 320 acres, section l3; on eastern boundary of portionlNoiJll, fronting Rrogo Rtver. i No. 3. — Isaac Polack, county Dampier. parish .Mdnah, 80 ia'criesj: b'e^tion 21, ad i joining sputhern; bppndary of: Jiis last,^, No. '4.-rrJamesiGreep,;,idountyj--5f Auck land, parish Ooranook, 60 acres or more, : section 21, '? to^iii'cludci' fll' vacahOan'd, J-e- ,tween J. Alcock's, , C. Farrell's, and ^V ? E.Greeniland...,^-^,,^ f ' ' Norb;^MfticKaM -R;^l%h,~cbuatry of . JJampier, parish of Tanja, 100,acres-.eec- tion 21, adjoiaing his^ -.'formerly. rJsaac ?Colo's, ^BO acrjes.'^'1;;-;-' ; ?' . .,;: ''^oii;R^iptsj!':f v/:'-3*i ' . ' ?''! d. On conditional. purchases - 140 0 - 0 Por intere^tf-- . . . . . ' sOikfjaSl 2. 0 ?'

Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

Expenditure. ' £ a. d; Bank Overdraft... ... ... 47 IB s Interest ... ... v.. 19 3 Hays'' salary ... ... ... *16 0 0 Cleaning ... . ? ,8 6 0 Printing ... . ... ... 6 2^ Lighting, lea ? ? 6 17;^ Insurance ? . ... ... 4 0 0 Newspapers; Sec.... ... 8 4 0 Books ... ... '... ... 28 io 3 Improvements ... , ? ... 4 13 g Petty Cash ... ... ... 1 i '4 Tolal .expenditure ... 126 18 . 4 Cash in hand ' 87 2 4 . .' 163 0 8

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

OEI&INAL COBWESEONDENCB. i (To ty&'Wlditor of the 0iqa Standard.' Sib, — -I |ripb to draw yo'iir,; attention to an error in yjbur issue of week before last in re ference &£heV.eteamer J'VHunter.' Tour paper Btaf^alie^';jobn Penn ' 8iid ' Hunter '. loaded #uTl -_^fgt»6s;. at;Merimbula. Tbe' ' H un t6r-,!icairiS -down tp tbe-Bay expressly; for wool. She took in lO'liales at.Merimbula, ? unu.uien iamuu up bl xnuea euiiio aiu unies P'o^and a quantity. of bark, leaving in our store 115 hales, and in tho Illavvarra Com-' pahy's Store 37taleB. ?? : '. r i.Tlie .'.Hunter ' .came- :down; last woek direct to tlie Bay iandi filled ag with wool, a ? full cargo. .'t ' ? * - .1 ' ? -M; .-rr YonTS, &C., ' ' ' or-mi'ami g \ Tc jgeo; uoobley. ? -ii I ? The Kangaroo ' Island Cablb.— The 0 jMd-8flft.paperg*ei»8m* tlRtt ;tlj,ejsu:bm&rine cable cohnectng the mainland , of South Australia with Kangaroo ^Island, across . X Back«tai're 'Passage, has been ' successfal...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

UJip. report having been adopted, on the motion of Mr. Braine seconded by . Mr. , Manning, the election of. officers was pro ceeded with, Messrs. H. Brown and Levy acting as scrutineers. The. election for President and two Vice-Presidents was ? simplified by the retirement of Mr. Davis; leaving JJr. Jt-nielsrtiie only icanaiujlte ior thefirst office, and .Messrs, falter and _ Heady for the second, who were declared elected ; a8 --a1so Mr- Rawlin6oni.! as®^T Treasurer, and Mr. Harrison, as Secretary. For the committee,; Messrs.1/ Anderson, Braine. S. Brown, Connelly, Neilley, H, Underhill and Welby were chosen-by the ballot test. The notices* of motion were next con sidered. , Mr. Walker's proposal to set at rest the question as to the necessity of a seconder to a' member's nomination for office was fixed that a member should be proposed and seconded. . Mr. Manning's motion, to reduce, the . annual subscription ;to 10s fell through for want of a seconder. Mr. Neilley's proposal, for ...

PANBULA [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

'ti'TTft A- , : *z'rir ? Q n't 'io rfrf F^M'OPB-COBBESPt&OKKT.y ALTHOpQHwe havehad.no public jdemonstra „UI tipui,9^beta^Twt^o£ the'. New- Year, | we *-'n hBveHtltti sevferal'Bbcial' 'parties andfriendly meetings'; ahdwiththe exception of one or , . two caB.es of over-indulgence, wo. Iiay^ got '-1.1. fef tiie'iojd iind .into tb&.new'yeht. very -, 'jffteaBautiy' '? 'Oiif ' big house^.on .the hill opened business- for the coming, wear. aud | ^ enabled#) place _to -jtbe, credit.- -ot tne 3 ' ©eisuijf-a snkfl' donation. ' TLis, I believfe,' ' isnotattribulable to the iover-vigilanco of -''??' ' the polieei but lo that detestable class of . characters fcnb wn 'asfcommon informers- . : /- i 'Th'e'Re v/A. B, Faun&e; fat al] tirneb well' ? ; - --qme)'preafchfcd ''here last Sabbath' to- [a huinerouB 'tjongre^tibn, and chose for -his, ; ; ''text.,IsMab'B;ii|eBStigo'r 'to. Hezejciah : '-Set tliiue honsfe'in orderj for tKou fihalt die and .... ..ii'ot live,' £he expositi...

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY'S CONCERT. v/V The age thatlia& 'seen Shakespeare make way for the Extravaganza, Hamlet give place to Prince .-Prettytoes, has 'not1 kept up its taste for high class music,, and in the Cities it is vhard cnough' to gather an audience fir * ' heavy ' music)' . unless a 'star' of the |De Murska - magnitude be f h a €\ ffmrfinn . - l?nr -ffiie i-Anenn - anrl .{mm the fact that] -we have had rather a surfeit of amusements lately, : the attendance at the Philharmonic Society's concert was not ' so large as the excellence of - the pro gramme demanded. ' v : - The concert' 'hjilfl -.on Wednesday even ing was for the purpose of .defraying part of the cost of the' piano recently purchased by the Society, and it was announced that th e second members' xoneert wouldi-e given further onintheseaBon.. Before the concert commenced, Mr. Haslingden J.P:, the^Prejsident, made - a few remarks as -to the progress of - the Society. The, first 'part, consisting of sacred musi...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening* [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

[?] ^ , , Bega Staxdakd Office, Friday evening* W'e received the following prices current fc y teleirnmtliiB (Friday) evening j— v HenIiy PmesTLT Jt Co's I'bicb £ist. _ (Zfyj57fctric Telcgt-fjih*) £:*s. d. taaizc ... ? ? 0 4 8 per bug Jlidfs ? -.0 0 6 ' lb Tallow ? i&O 0 0 ' ton Wgi .... ... ... in-''© 0 4 ' lb ?' ... Bacon ... ? 0 0 10 ' ' Slitter ? ? ... ... 0 10 . ' ' 'Cbfccse ... ...0 0 6 ' ' ? t)ats ... ; ? t — 0 3 * ' tad ; .fcnrlcv ? ? ? 0 4 2 ' ' . j Wattle Bark ... ... 8 0 0 « ton Flour ? ? ... ??? 13 0 0 ' ton 63 Sussex-street, Sydney, 14 ?aunai7, 187 6 J. ilELMDAT'S PniCE LlBT. XBy Electric Telegraph.) _ j ! ' ? ? ' ' 1 £'s. d. Butter i;.- ... ... t 1 0 0 per lb. Cheese... . ... . ... 0 0 7 *? : Bacon ... ... ... 0 0 8 ' ? Hains ... ... ( ... 0. 1. 0 ' : . , Maize ... ? ? ? ... 0 4 5 per bus. ' /J'ark ... ? ? ... 7 0 0 per ton. flour ... ... ... - ... 13 0 0 « Tallow ? ..... ... 30 0 0 per ton. Pigs, per lb. . ? ... 0 *0 -6 82, Sussex-street, Sydney, 18th January,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

.iV-'oWftV-.,-* r'^WMBIyj ? ','''.!?*????* 'I * Ulawarra: .'Bteamj avigation 1 - .Ppmpany. . iv. i 5 IT.EEfeLY Bteamer' belw^oh.' SYDNEY EDEN. V--:''-Vj:r' '* i omi-HaijAl :. i.r ;:-P{?rninff. . fin. iall-,.occBsi6p8 ital)iriR' a . ...i . .jTA/lTRA^ch .way„ weatlaerjpenniUing ? ..-. ^ ^rarc'i^andTre^ts'fit^c^'tow' Mlc'B.i . : -${$$£, tbi voVaKcsoiE'fliese sKSmi™.'1 ? i -' i . ^TTfy :i- v.* * ' Agents t Merimbula.Mr/ Vincent Brown ? Edeh,'Mr.Peon;; apdat Tarlhra'j Captaii Sergeant. .?«?; ':? « Sydneiyl4thMay,1874. — j ' ' ?; ? '.KEQteA#'' GOMfinNlkiTloN ?I ~KSk . } 'i', ' - Between -SYJmEY.EDEN', and ' ? ' noted for tier folsiap'cl 'regular ?' passages, willi in future '^CFN!,^B&1DLiELi'i fe'tween,',Sydi)ey ;.^' *ndEdehi^a11inp'ktTdrthratea(SK'wHy.*; j ,s\ ; :- JFor, full! particulars as to.-datesjof sailing a!nd - . ^fltesof'f5f|ght, supply .to.-! ijr'iiwinv'. 'if- ' ?: ?: ? ; ' - ?; -j Busutess .Directory: '^ ? in- ?U«Ar srfl *i' ? ? i ^ LAND AMD'^H^felON'-iGEST.5 : 1 ? J''...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

A correspondent of the Herald) writing on social afiairs in England, says ' The, recent addrosses of Prince Leo 'fpoldj thG Lord Chiet Justice, and '(other public indi vlduals In^codncction ' with the 'distribut^nrjof jimes kt die *' various schools ofart, naturally lea:l ' one to inquire wliat influence these ' in^tltu^Dfas^are-bxerjcised in iinpnrtr^ -4 ing thepublio^^ On this point a ' elapse before our art tnstes become as - K/refined as Vthose of the ancient 'Greeks, but still our progress lias ' been something marvellous. . . . 'These Schools of Art have practically 'done more for the encouragement of ' the British' manufacturing industry ' than all' tlie protective laws ever ' passed. The Coventry School is a *' rase in point. Under the regime of ' protective duties tha Coventry ribbon ' manufacturers relied less on the ex ' ccllency of their goods than on the ' law which forbade the foreigner com ' peting with tliem in the home ' market. When, however, the pro tective policy...

REPORTS. G. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT. Bega, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 January 1876

BE POETS. 6. HASUKGDEN'S REPORT. . Bega, January 14. Store Cattle.— This market still remains quiet with but few transactions doing, there beius no local demand tbe want of outside buyers is being felt to remove the surplus stock, which are increasing to a Inrge extent. Quotations : — Bullocks, Ii4 10s to' LB ; cows, L2 10s to 1.3 ; young mixed ? cattle, l2 6s to L3. 1 Bold 30 - -young bullocks this week by auction on account of Mr. D. Mc'Leoil. at a satisfactory price. Fat Cattle, Btill command from . 17s Gd; to 20s per 100 lbB. X could place about 40 at the above price. Horses^— I sold a few 'by auction at nominal ?prices and have se\ oral good hacks and draught horses iu hand fcr: sale. Also, three thorough bred mares by Millionaire. J, *G. Dough amy's Eepoet, Melbourne, January 6. ' Fat Cattle. — 967 were yarded for to-day's sale, the bulk being prime and useful beef, with a few small ordinary lots from near town. The market fipened 'at last week's prices, hut towards' ^hojclosc...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

? H ollowat'e Ointment and Pills. — Never at fault. — In- all irritations -of tlie akin, seres, ulcers, burns, and scrofulous enlargements of the glands, Hollow-ay's Cintment presents a ready and easy means of cure, which never disappoints the most favourable expectations. It manifests a peculiar power in restraining inflaramntian, removing stagnation, cooling the heated blood, aud checking all Acrimoni ous or unhealthy discharges. Whilst thus acting locally, the Pills are no less remarkable for tlieir povw;r in improving tho general condition and Habit. of body, which renders the cures complete and permanent. Under the general influence u£ these potcht reme dies, puny infant becomes the robust child, the pale aud emaciated regain colour Rnd rotundity ; and ! tho dyspeptic eats freely without fear. OXYGEN IS LIFE.— D*r. Bniqht's Phol ruoDi'NE. — Multitddls of people are hopelessly suffering froin Debility, Nervous and Liver Complaints, depression of Spirits, Hypocondria, Timidity, I...

GREAT BANK ROBBERY AT CANNONBAR. £2000 IN GOLD AND NOTES STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

GREAT BANK ROBBERY AT CANNONBAR. £2000 is Gold akd Notes Stolbh. (FfOTn the^Dubbo Dispatch Extraordinary .) One oftbe -most .daring robberies :whicli has ever . been committed in the North Wcstern District took place at -Gannonbar pp on last Wednesday morning. The branch of tbe Commercial Bank there was entered —tbe manager, Mr. lisle, pnt in deadly fear — the safe ransacked-; ana jts conteftts, comprising in all about ^£2,000 in notes and coin, stolen. On Friday morning, the first intelligence of this outbreak reached Dubbo — a special messenger having been isent on from War ren to Mt. Holmes, manager, of - the .Com mercial Bonk here. From the messenger, a person named Madden in the employ of Mr. John Beadford, and from Mr. J. O. Norton^ Police 'Magistral^ who arrived from Warren to-day (Saturday), we have been awe to; asceriain iue ionutriiig pa.™1 cnlars ofa robbery, whiclv for many a year to come, will be ^remembered in iMs 'district for its daring and wrell-iaid ;plans. On 'Wed...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 January 1876

|f DISTRICT DIB ECTOET, £~ ? BEGA. „ * THE MAGISTRACY. , ; H. Warn, -Esq., Kamernkn ; J. D'Akcv, Esq.. Daisy Bank ;T5.nASl.tKGDEK,lis-l.,Cooh mat a ; R.Bl'rOllJtC,K^q\Pflisv H;!I;C Stiles, Esq., Eauoohn-R.T. KiRBY,Efcq., ', . .BrookvaU; R. M. Broad, Esijk, {Sipps stVeet M- J- Pkdp'n^ lisij., Cam-street; W. D. TarlwtoN. Esq., Itroftabatbnra ? W.Ji -3?aHe, . Esq., Kninoruka- ; Win. WGncnon, Esq., Brngo ; J .Jaukcey, Esq., * Angledalo, Cjerkof tlio' Bonrh. S ltepistrarofllie DistrictQofartf (.J; Land Aeent ,v -J. t) avis, Esq Registrar of Birlhs, &C.^ I Commissioner in Insolvency J Bajli/f : G. M. Hakeon Bailiff, Small HeUtB Court :K. W. Caldweli., Poundkcepor : S.M?ltOWN. *-j INSTIjtJTIONS AND SOCIETIES. Bega Sclioolmf Arts, Carp-Ht,; innriibnrRliip, Sc. per quarter, Protftrfent. Dr. Sliiols : - llojy^ecretary, .f}. Upriieim. . Gjien in members everyday, cxcept Whebfipcciallj engaged.. ?. . ' Prince Alfred Lodge of 0-13 Fcllowsj M.E Meetings, eve™ second Monday, in the j Sclin...

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