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JOHN CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
JOHN 'CAMPBRIiL, and CO.'S I'BODUCE circular. Bacon Barley, English Barley. Cupe... Bran Buiter, per lb., best... Calves, each Cheese Flour, finest Town ... Flour, finest Adelaide Hay, lucerne Hides, heavy Maize Onions Potatoes Pigs, nlive, per lb. ... Wheat, Adelaide 8 d £ s d 0 4 0 0 » 3 0 0 3 6 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 15 0 1 10 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 23 2 0 0 0 5 0 0 8 0 0 10 0 3 &lt;? 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 9 6 0 9 9 £ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 22 4 0 0 0 5 0 0 CommercialWharf, Kingrstrect, Sydney, Hay 12th 1865.
Shipping Intelligenc[?]. TARTHRA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
TARTHRA. AMIVALS: June 11 tli,—Gipsy schooner, Captain Wright from Sydney. W. Frcscott, agcut. DEPARTURES:. June 7th,—(ri[)sy for Edcn^ IMPORTS : 1 case koroseno, 5 boxes candles, 4 drums nails, 8 cases drapery, 14 bags salt, 12 bags sugar, S boxes soap, 1 cliest tea, 2 bags shot, 1 box raisins, 1 case pickles, 1 case starch 1 case confectionery, 3 trunks boots, 2 casks tobacco,[Pres. cott. " . 5 cases,. 1 trunk, 1 package tinware, 1 raatress, 2 tables 4 chairs, 1 nest tubs, McCabe. I light cart, Rev. J. L. Knight. 14 bars iron, 4 bundles iron, -1 sheet iron, 2 plough wings, 2 stone jars, 1 gun, 1 chair, Gee. „ EXPORTS: Ellen for Sydney,—SO'bags potatoes, 20 lings oats, 130 cheese, 12 hums, 1 case bacon, 48 sides bacon,. 2. casks:, lard, 3 tons bark, 4 bags checks.
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. (From the Manchester Guardian) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. (From the Manchester Guardian ) in the SliwifFs Coui't, on Friday, Mareli 24th, Miss Ann Sykcs, aged forty-seven, residing. at Strand, sued Mr. T. H. G-. Berrey, aged forty-nine, manager of the Manchester Corporation Waterworks for a broacli of promise ofinarnage. The parties were distantly re lated. Defendant s wife died in MSBS, leaving him children, alt of wliour, with tfia exception of a boy, wsro grown up. Six months after lus wife's death slie went to Soutliport with. hint for a fortnight, to look after, the children and the housekeeping. In March, 18G9; he proposed marriage to plaintiff, and she ac= cepted him, with the-understanding that, owing to the wife's death 'being so rccent, die engagement should ibc kept private. In writing to her he Iiad called her " My dfor Ann," "My dear Love," -and sent her liair oil'.. Wrilingonllie3rJ of April, he said: "The"thing"!now miss is the Darby and Joan busi ness which you previously described to Charlot ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 17 June 1865
the '"BEGA GAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and ruuners throughout thecwholc of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eiglit 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, arid paid for in advance. Orders for -withdrawal roust be sent to the riffiob on Thurstjgy,^nd.^Ldj>, der-s for inserhng A9%rtisement6 must be Bent; in not later than noon on Friday: Au Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in stamps; J30 penn^ stamps eceures the Paper for lliree months." ~ Single copies Three-pence. AGENTS: J. Goddard a. .a Mcrin>bu];i \ Fred* Berne ... ... ... I'.mlula Mrs. Kmyon 'nmlalo D. Bell Nimeiylielle G. Hardy Ncrigunhah. Gieville and Bird Sydney, THE • BEGil GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In jQrcler to meet the growing requirements of ...
COMMERCIAL. Shipping Intelligenc[?]. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
COMMERCIAL. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: June 17,—Kiama steamer, Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengebs.—Cabin: Mrs. Edwards and family, Messrs Edwards, Silverman, and Thompson, and 17 in the steerage. June 15,—Coomerang steamer, Captain Trenant, from Sydney. Passengers.—Cabin: Messrs. Kesterson and Edwards, and 11 in the steerage. DEPASTURES: June 20,—Kiama steamer, Captain Housler, for Syd ney. Passengers.—Cabin: Messrs. McLeod and 'Williams, steerage, 9. June 16,—Coomerang stevmer, Captain Tretmant, for Sydney. Passengers.—Cabin : Messrs. E. B. Sharpe, Mullioney Brcnan, Tucker, and Allen, steerage 17.
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
(to THE EDITOR OF THE "iiEQA GAZE'lTE.") Sik,—AltW 110 official announcement of the matte lias, as yet, been put forth, it would seem tliat after a long and lingering decay, and notwithstanding our increasing population our National School is at length defunct, and I come to this conclusion the more rea dily inasmuch as I see the school buildings, which re quired so great an effort to obtain, not only ncgloctcd but actually d?s'Tted—the master and mistress altho' quietly pocketing their salary froin the public iunds, and at a time when a national insolvency will require the most strenuous cdbrts to avert, not only devoi'tig every moment of their time to private commercial pur suits, thereby competing with those from whose means their very salary is derived, but diverting tlie:r minds from that siuily and application by which alone those important duties which devolve upon them in the edu cation and moral training of the rising generation can be discharged. It is no cxcuse for conduc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
CAUTION. To Mb. William Haigh, of Bockejo, & Others, Take NOTICE that of the 320 acres of land at Buckcjo, advertised for sale by Mr. William Haigli, 190 acrcs, being the Eastern 'portion thereof belonging to mc by virtue of au agreement with Mr. William llaigh, and that such agreement has been duly signatured in the Supreme Conrf,;audjalso notified to the land agent at Eden. JAMES MANNING. IJanbula,June 22nd, 1SC5. ADVERTISEMENT. To the Parties who lost a PorsD Note at Bombaia. MR. EDITOR.—I found aPound Note in Bombala, there were two claimants for it, neither could describe the note, which I still liarr. I: any party having lost a Pound-Koto, can describe it, I -will give, it up to him on his paying the expenses of this adver tisement. HENRY GATES, Bega. 19 th June, 1865. P.S.—Having been from home I could not write sooner. H.G. CAUTION ANY Person or Persons going upon the Kamaruka, Bcnbooka, or Numbugga Runs, to drive away cattle or horses, without giving notice to the o...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Hayes x. Calderwood, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
SMALL DEBTS COURT, Hayes x. Calderwood, For 14s., balance of wages due. A contra account was put in anil allowed. Case dismissed. Coal Mire at Bokdi.—Mr. Manning informs us that the mine is only half-a-mile from the shipping port, being situated in the cliff close to the coast, the sam ples are the brown cannel coal, so highly prized by the gas companies, and from which kerosene can be extracted at nearly half the price of that imported. Mr. Manning has s !Dt samples both to Sydney and Melbourne to be tested the result of which he will make known through the columns of the] "Gazette." Samples can be seen at this ®"5ce. TIkfobtukate Accident.—On Tuesday last, Mr. An drew Rixon, wlio was slowly recovering from two broken legs, while washing his feet in a large tub, and was show ing how strong he could stand, when be slipped, and fal ling on the edge of the tub, broke one of his legs quite in another place. This is the more unfortunate, as the young man has been laid up since Oct«be? l...
EDEN. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
EDEN. ARRIVALS. June 15tli,—S. S. City of Hobart, J. Clinch Commander, from Hobart Town, S. and H. Solomon, agent. June IDih,—S. S. Ilanron, J. Lourie, Commander, from Melbourne. June H'th,—GijHy schooner, Captain Wright, from Sydney, 13arciay and Teas, agents. DEPARTURES. June 16th,—S. S. City of Hobart, for Sydney. Passengers.—Mr. and Mrs. Siins, Mr. Solomon and Miss Rutherford. June l!)th,—S. S. Barcvon for Sydney. Passengers.—Mrs. Martin, Miss Shaw, Sargeant Len thall, Constable Kooinan, and two prisoner.-^ and 11 i i the steerage.
SATURDAY JUNE 24 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
SATURDAY^UNK 21 Some time ago a petition was drawn tip and signed '.>y the principle Magistrates, ttorekeepers and settlers, amounting to 300 signatures, for the reinstatement &lt;if Constable George Allen locknp-kepp r, at Hega, who was dismissed Irom the Public Service for neglect of duty. This petition was forwardei to the metnher of the Electorate, Jto beprceented to the Colonial Secretary, (vide Bega Gazelle May 20th ) Subjoined is the answer to that petition, through our member, Daniel EaAN/Esq.!;— " Colonial .Secretary's OiBce, "Sydney 6th June, 18G5. " Sib.—Referring to a memorial presented by you on the 25th ultimo, from certain inhabitants and Magis trates of Bcga and its neighborhood, praying that an order issued for the dismissal of Constable George Allen from the public service, on the ground of neglect of duty may be cancelled, and that lie may be rein stated in the ofllce from which he lias been removed. I am directed by the Colonial Secretary to inform you...
T[?]THRA. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
T aI»THBA. ARRIVALS. June 20,—Gipsy schjoner, Captain Wright, from Syd ney. June 20ih,—Kiaina steamer, Captain Housler, from Mesimbula. IMPORTS : Per Kiama,—1 box, Mrs Oraren.—1 box, Bloomfield. I canvass package, 1 case, 1 case sbeny, 1 case gin, 1 case brandy, 1 case sundries, 1 package harness, X cask, 1 case oil, 1 case glass, 2 harrows, 1 bundle wbippletrees, Henry Kesterson.—2 cases vantisli, 1 case oil, 1 cabe sundries, 1 bundle hinges, 4 kegs nails, J. C. Cullen.— 4 cases port wine, Badgery.—1 bagatelle boaid, canvass package, Captain Campbell.—1 case galvanised iron, 1 bundle ridging, 1 tarpaulin, 4 kegs paint, 1 drum oil, D. Main. - 15 mats sugar, 2 boxes wind Ice, 4 cases, 1 case sundries, H. Wren.—X case, PO over P, a diamond.—1 bundle leathor, C. Miller.—1 cask, 1 case, 1 case confec tionncry, R. W.-Sharpe.—2 cases, 2 bales, A. Blake.— 4 baskets, 2 rases, 2 half chests tea, 2 bags sugar, 10 boxes candles, Chinaman.—20 bags flour, 6 boxes tea, 3 chests tea, 6 half chests...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED: Mr. B_ Turbet, Wyndham, 5s. : Mr. Brown, "Greins Flat,:'2a 6d; j. Allan, Wolnmla, 2s 6d; A. Ritchie, Esq., 2s 6&lt;^i Mr. Lewis, Glenmire, 5s; Mr. John Ferry, 2s. 6d. Owing to the (influx of advertisements the Eden ond T.irthra imports and exports and other correspondence will have to stand over for next issue
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morning, 'and forwarded by post and runners throughout the whole of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEME STS: Twenty-eight words and under 2s: Every | additional Fourteen words and under Is. > A considerable reduction will be made tor Quarterly anS'Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for. withdrawal must be Bent to the OSce before- 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or ders for inserting Advertisements must 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 stamps secures the Paper for three months. 1 Single copies Three-pence. 'AGENTS: J. Goddard Merurbula Fred-Berne I'anbula . Sirs. Kinyon - &lt;Ju,df01 „ D. Bell Nimeiyliclle G. Hardy N,r,gu,.hah. Greville and Bird w kjiJmy, 'THE." BEGA gazette;1 GENERAL, PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirem...
Local News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JUNE 20TH. (Before their Worships H. Wren, J. Davis, E. Ritchie, J. D'Arcy, and W. McGregor, Esqrs., J's.P..) HORSE STEALING. Police v. Rolfe. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 24 June 1865
COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, June 20th. (Before their Worships H. Wren, J. Davis, E. Ritchie, J. D'Arcy, and W. McGregor, Esqrs., j's.P..) Horse Stealing Police v. Rolfe. Joseph Rolf answered to his bail on the charge of stealing a horse. John Williams being duly sworn: I am a free selector and reside at Tanglowangla I gave the prisoner in charge for stealing and branding a bay colt last November. By Sub-inspector Hussey The mother was with the colt and in the habit of running-about-my place the mare came back a day or two after I missed the colt I adver &nbsp; tised the horse in the "Bega Gazette" ; the prisoner came to my place to claim the colt; I did not give it up to him; I swear positively the colt is my property, and is now out side the Court House along with its mother, which is also mine; I know his sire, he is grandson of old William Tell; the colt takes after the mother more than the sire. By Mr. Parker I was at court the 6th of June; I was &nbsp; sum...