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REPORTS. S. W. POLACK'S REPORT. Bega, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

^'BSPOETB, ? „ 1 roLicK's nEPbra.' ^ ?$: .C Bega. March 22; . J.bfcrt «M fm nccouijt of Mr. 13.* OUoii 200 iT-- 'ti ' :'??? p55r/ ^T— - fgA? ??;*&%??&, .-ft- Bpga,' March 22.; I TepoAAhc EaleSif -32 bull-oftlves, by the im TKtrted '?tWSjs -par .mad, to P. j T. EdwardBj.'pit) li'OEEfbbeuI uke, ?so' d ou accou lit . of the'toi^ere-^s|?^5E^*eixi)rad;5on)..: Theso , calvM oreihe Jbalofica^iof this jf^ttrjs^dratt, and I . c.iuld' '^Si»'&^mfei^;:in6re;'at'.ame price, if breed Ws«onld-fiBpply. - ' 1 )dition,,«B^, fr6m is to. 80 months, at £2 ,11s Cd. G rev snSdle Siprie, f-n accou nt' of ilr. Underhill, Bt£26.'^: Vr ' t . ' N-' ?G'.'Jli.SLlit^DBN'S' EBPOCT.' / 'i' ? ' '' ' Efegl»i'March 22. ' . Bt^iGatile^TlrisTOwliet isduil:ahd lilrely W be so untfl riiere is a general down-Tall or rain. . My sales^lss^^j-eet under. the;h:]inmev on ac count of lllessrs. P-^tc-rSecombe, iiu^ Hobbcs, consisted of the following lute, viz : — 5 heifers (choice) £5 18s» .Jj', £2 19s Cd ...

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

Oiiginal Gorrespon'ddnce. Oar columns are open to correspondence on any ^ subject of interest, but We in no way. identity, ? ourselves with theopinions expressed; . :

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

-. : f '; xPLfeDR6-^NEUMONIA.. . M. f Ojr the e u bj er t of -plenro -pn e uinoni n , -we find tlie follnwing remarks hy-Mr. Valentine, the Chief ltispftjlpr -ofpStock in South Australian — ' Thfere Wave' been -h£a vy -losses in .soine' parts nf tho count, ry-J&roip pleuro-pneumonia, add it is found tiiat tBany -owners object to j triform the inspectors pf the disease, fearing : it' would interfere with the sale of their stock, ^Drovers leave cattle behind them suffering fiouivthis injalady. pnd ' po spread ithe con tagipn. Small' owners have inoculated suc cessfully, but, squatters generally are apa thetic' about' tile, matter,'' abd sotne would inoculate. jf .:they,; u.nderstnod^the process. Btr. Valentine appends fnll instructions,* con- ' .twined in a letteriliereceived from a practical iBru in Scuth Aftica5--who has inpculated ' Biiccesp^(jlly,---Th,ese. instructions show. Iipw. to pbtainlhe -ViruB, and 'how to apply/iti aud in conclusion the fyritej. en}'s :— ' l can't...

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

BEQA POST iOFflCEi MAIL ' ARRANGEMENTS [?] Days. | PtAcne. I Ttmk. Syduny via lJrumw a 1 y a.m. Cobargo ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? | 9 a.m. Enrobodalia ? I 9 a.m. Moruya ? I 9 a.m. *« .dSWfezsrlHii ' ' '? - -I Kahieruka ? A ? I V.30 p'.m. tv' — . Caudelo ? | 7.30 p.m. -*-'-.— BrovroMdriritainV.V.'r.Tj 7i80p.m.; Monaro district, t ia I ? I ivRnieruKa ? | ;-.aup.m. Wolumla ? 4.30 p.m. . v^- ?' -4!80.pjn, ^T'dtl'sflay 'Panbula, °.r.'.'J...\..'.'.r.' '4.30'pTm: i Eden ? ? 4,30p.m. £?' Monaro district .....i^ 4.30'p.in. , fcydncy, via Braidw'd 9 a.m. ' J V OAargp Brogo ? ? ? ? 9 a.m. ? ' KurobodaUa..;..«.*.v« -? 9 a.m. Goulbura ^;,.;. | , 1: a.m; IKameruka. ? 7:30 p.m. ?Candelo ? ? '^.'SO'p.tu. ? Drown Mountain i.;...:j ji.SO.^.Vn; Wolumla 4.30p.in.: ?r-..-;-; Merimbula..., ? 4.30p.m.. Friday . . Panbfila ,....:;..l.,i.'; Ijso.pJm.'' Eden '4.30p.m. . . . Monaro distiricfc. J_4.30p.pi. . Sydney, via BrsrtdwM , .9 n.in.' Cobargo ? 9 a.m. i ' Brogo ? ? : i,9 a.m. Saturday Eurobodalla ? ? 9 a.m. Moruy...

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

THE DINNER. J In the evening about' forty gentlemen sat down to dinner in'the !0ng room-df tbe Commercial .'Hotel. H. Wren, EsqvJ.P., President of the Society, presided, supported by Messrs. J. Nichol son, and Edwards ; ! the5^ce=chiiir was filled by one of the Vice-Pr^iffenra^JfJ^ijcy, Esq., J.P,), A veiy pleasant eyentSgVas-iireht, and all the ? usual toasts 'Were jtpne through ; and towards eleven the guests; separated, well satisfied with , the Bega Show ot3876, V;t2 '.'

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

... A SEA FIGHT. ' ^ ^ (New Yorfc Times.) Even the wannest admirers of ^he seaser per.t have heeii compelled to lament the re luctance of that elaborate atiitrial ' to 'iudulge in any. novel . and interesting -exploits. - He has usually confined himself uiefely to a brief display pf.his skili)in'swimming, taking, r.Ln n- tl._ In l-oor. nfn tance from, all spectators. Nothing could be easier for:. him than to ewim tlongsido. an ocean Bteanier, and to.rear his gigantic head high enough to pick off a small boy, an in surance agent, 'or some other, inexpensive' ob- ' ject from the deck. Ho -coiild 'thus deihbri- ' sLrate his exieti'nceheybn'd:all civil, and put an end to.the sneers of scieptilic unbglievers Not only. Iisb he neglected to do^anylhing cf this sort, but he has also steadily refused te allow liimself-to be cast ashore and captured,, although there, is a universal desire that he should thus bring himself . within the reach of all persons whp pre willing tp pay 25 cents to se...

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

?'? MARRIAGE. STEVENSON:— MALO.OLir.—On'the 23rd inst, by special license, _by. the Kcv. W. Baker, Alick Stevfgison .to Jessie Jfnlcolm, daughter of Mr. John Malcolm) carpenter and builder, of Bega. : '' : '? * f|tga ^ - ? True. .ia. -our Principles. , SATURDAY, M.ARC..H .25, 187C

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

THE DNIVEBSITT\ The following circular has been eent to ns for publication - j ... ?'-. ' '''V On. the: -first, day of jannaiy of eveiy year the Chaicellor of the University of Sydney «h all have at - his disposal - two OT inore !burearies, to enahlo btuiJen'ts. Hving'-aFay' frojm -Sydney to r«ide in'btie of the affiliated colleges, or in some Lilian Vklan* finnpAva'd ennofs ' an ffhaf. ihav inay attena the University lectures during the three years' required for the attainment of the B. A. degree. .. . , ... . - r -; ^v ' Anyone '.holding one of these bursaries .shall ; receive. £50 a yenr,' and shall be exempted feom nU lectnre fees; and fr6m' the fees'for inatricnla- , tion and ioi the BA. degree. ' The conditions nnder Which 'these bnrsaries i Shall be cohfeired' are :— : 1-. That the Chancellor Bliall Teceive a satisfac- ; ' - tory assurance that the means of 'the applicant ; : and of his parents are Uneqtul to the expense oi residing in on'e of the affiliated colleges, ; or 'e...

CATTLE IMPORTATION INTO ENGLAND FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

?/t Tf ? ''V =? ?' - ' CATTLE :IMPOBTA^ION -Il^] ^^r V ^ ^ ... LAND. FROM AMERICA. 'V n ? . The progress of inventipn ;and arit as appliefii ftp pteam navigeUoh and ±ho-convey ance pf liye. -isfpck lias, gone far to mttke a yreyplution is th.e 'Bxitish .cattie trnje. For spme.ti;ne pHst there iiave Jjben -regular imports ot ^ffrt,, i.;' :' ' „ -cattleaH^Li^erpool from New Yor^$brit these are.pt^tt,lp;imp_0i_'Uiri(ie.£prnp#red^th,t^ faot' that 'iuip'ojrlation from Texas has been E.'-/ i^inmenced.^ii-^ewToji^thepricoof-fet K:' cattle^ ^';^t:^uch lb|s^h jnfthat ruling in SSL England,' and thej-^.Jg lilitje enco'urogenient for eKteh3lni^lfp,3OT|e. - ^ B^i-Tcxas, with its almost aip ivherb stock is at j*;' Trese^| h^s^entorcd inld^the every prospect of sne- - - vx cess^InJuriel|ft;a^yj^^^^waa [uiadc; W cargb^vas. landei^f^bri^^^l&bm-T-cxRs', : arid.lf Ahguftt a pjl^it.meetiug wjiB^f^^l I ' - CflSnon-strprttSraHbaiscu^'the questiun pf : .- oaVryipg^on the traJ^^iSSSfiy by me'aiisx...

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

LAND COURTS. IThe ' Government'; Gazette' of the mh instant notifies that in respect to die undermentioned- cases information ^las been reeeived to the effect .that the conditions as.,to residence and improve ments have not been, or are not being mi.. 1 ? ? j ii s\ 1..- « lumuea.' .; j-jjeciairas.to ^ne i-opaitionai Purchases in 'question have beeri re lerred : to ; Commissioners for ? enquiry pursuant to the Landa Act Amendment Act 1875 .0' - : R. E. Bligh/now W. ' Wilson, 320 acres, Coloinbo,. selected , 27th . June 1872 ; Frank Boiler, 40 acres, Tanta wanglo, selected 14 November 1872 ; John Elson, 40' qgres, Mogilla, selected 8 August 1872 {yil. alter James Hans . combe, 40 acres, Numbngga, selected : 19 , October, 1871 ; James Eolfe, . 40 . acres, Nurfibugga^ selected 1 2fctli No vember 18/2. The Commissioner ^Mr.' Burn) will likely hold, his court here . aljout , the 'fixs,t week^i n. April. , _It is ..'ii,6i'thy 'bt remark that- tlie! G-azettle ? which contains th'is 'notific...

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

To the Editor of the Sega Standard.- -., Sib, — I am not- at 'present aware of the fact of any person as yet' having addressed you upon the ^subjecfrX'aitf about tp- draw your attention' to ; nor is it my -desire to make any great : fuss phoUt the matter ; but really, Mr. . Editor, I Wa'finot help noticing the great. irregularityVof the foot paths in this f comparatively thriving and prosperous township of Bega,' I have been resident ;m toe Heart ot precipitous mountains, where 'ontldai-k nights, (and starry nigh ts/.t^o. for weak-sigli ted 'folks) a lantern is 4i«|$gwjfi^W-ga^e one.safely to and from church, or othet destination, biit;I never expect&3| in a comparatively level country like, this, to. find 6uch an article requisite as a .safeguard. On Sun day evening last I visited one of the places of worship here, and, being' 'a straftger, I;' found it a rather difficult/task to 'journey thither. I managed well enongh, ^however, by taking the road, to reach: the junction o...

SHE PAID THE FINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

SHE PAID, THE FINE. Tbe Detroit Free - Press thus sketches an ir\cid&it.'of the police -court ' And you are a wife-beater, are you ?' asked his Honor of a red-necked, ugly-looking man named Walter Henry. 'She-is enough to drive any ? ? '*v » ™™ ui» duiicii uimwer. j\ worunn with a black cye cnine. forward, was sworn as a witness, and the cKtrt; said : ' Now, Mrs. Henry, what's tfie, lorig and the short and tho breadth and, width of thisstpry?' 'Hecairie' home half drunk, sir, and hegan to tell me that ; he wished :he had never married, and I answered that he could go nsisoon as he pleftEed,;; Then' ho. says,/ *' Mary, don't yp-u' sass mo I' -And I replies, ' and don't yon . sbgs me, either.11 ' Then he says '.I'll black your eye for that !' 'Arid I 'replies, 'You' .lipiich me nnd I'll have yon ' arrested.' And . ^he said he didn't rare for. the police, and he - hit tne an awful cuff. ' What have you got - ^ 'ny t° .this, Mr. Henry ?' , 'Uotliing sir, ? . : on)y*T wfeh ''*1 '...

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

THE .fiEGil The JJega' A'gricultV. ciety must be congralu. of tbe late SKow,- aiid i. gctber such a gathering . .spectatpr^, as to uring our b foreniost Tank am'ong'connti'y c The election of tbe new commit . ? plqce io Dpceiuber last, aiidJ^jmedii. 'moveitjent whs initiated !»/ Mr. A.'iS^ son to extend the operations of the socieis, ?and -with -tiiis- view a -requisition was^ handed to the secretarv in December last. requesting that a mi?etiug.,Jhight be called to alter the rule which confined the exhibi tion' to' membars . only, imd accordingly a meeting, was held at ;the Court House on the'lfitu- January, anil, after severe opposi |tipn,rt.he proposal was carried, 'and the rule as::ainended'-enabled'membbre 'te -eshibit fre^'.a-nd noii-memjjers to compete on pay ment .of .entrance, only. There.. were nut wanting tbose who predicted ruination to the'socjety, but all are ndy^ iagreed on the policy of sueh' an' inovatidii, andi.be great sbe'eess' of the ' Show of;i;876 may, we' thih...

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

- -Mapping, ' , lilawarra Steam Navigation ?: ... ?? . . . 'Company:/ ^ ..-. \V/- BEEtiY 'Steairier between SYDNEY yr-', mkrimbpla, taethra, Frpm SXplteY 'eye ijr ' TjCTESDAY at 9 a.iin From EDEN & ^ERIMBUL A on FBIDA1 v jhornififf: '..On ? airjoqeasions calling, a TAJ1TRA each way, weatherperinitting TareB flbd ProijghlB atVeiyLow Rates. :NQ;Charge\tnade jfor Meals during thi voyages of these steamers.' * Agents Merimbula, Mr. Vincent Brown Ed-?,n, Mr. Keon j arid at Tarthra, Captait Ber^eafit/' ' , ' Sydney, 14th May, 1874. . ' 'r' 'i L Regulab - Communication- . -?Kai.. ;? .Between .. STONEY, EDEN, and - -aSnnSto;, . - TABTHBA. ;? IJ1HE splendid clipper brigantine . noted for&er fast and jngolar; .passages, Will iin future; RUN;; REGULARLY,: tet»feen;-Sydney end Eden, calling at Tartbraeach.wyay,' . For full particulars as to' dtitesjof bailing and ales of freight, apply to i-T' i-'-f -:,y.y. i.-:n Eden/' -.4 ' ' -? ' 1 ' ; Business Directory. .' S. BEOWK, ... ? *...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 March 1876

OOmiERCIAL. ; '' -j ' . i - ' 'EEGv ^TAKDAnD Office, J 7 ?- - : ? Friday evening. rGC^fe3 -yie/ollowing prices current - by^telcgram Friday^ eVbniug : — ?^iflEN»v;J?hnEsxttJ& CO'«' Price Libt^ r; ; ^JZylJSUtti-ic- TeUgmplLy ?!: i,- . »' v/''-' -.''''''..fi s. ri- ^ . _ ' '0 3 ID'per busi ' iMes' ^.V 'I...' ' 0 o ?'4, 'w lb - V .TOMSK'.'.'-'' 1 ? .;. 30 0 0 .«? 'tOB f^V-v ?' ' ??'?'? ??? '0 0 4 ' lb !.ii ... -0 0 10 ?« ?*«.=?- Butter... ? 0 1 6 -? -?, ? .;'Oh«s6 ;; ...-:K),0.6 ' ' -Oats'^ ? - ? 0 4 :2 ' busl : .... . ... . ... ,0 .4. ^ ' V \t»U.le^ark'...' '.^ 6 O .0 ? ' ton mpw^,,.l£r. , 12; x) ;o: ton: C3VSussei-6trect, Sydney, 24th;March, 1876

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

. SHIPPIMJ.;V yW\ EDEN. '*' '*=? .-' --^n - s ABnnrEn. March 20. — Ellcu. schooner, Captain Uicbol Bon, from Sydney, loth iust. : ]j IMPORTS. 8 iron ploughs, 1 ctk brandy. 3 ,os vinegar, 1 cs sundries, 11 bags salt, fi bxs tea, 2 cs oil. 1 cs JerHrm 1 jcl si^fe ^«^c™fectloncry, 9. 2 ca^vi fidlsiiuccR, & tare iron; J8 V^s points^!; , . VirtJ ImiAniQ 19 ninrt 1in.11-dB. 1 hnla hft&R. 1 Irerr - led, 1 keg, T. W.*)]etf ? ?----, 2 cs, 2 cs nnite, 0 rolls lead, 1 ^-dl piping, 2 i bfilb guttering, 1 cs rails, 18 cs spirits, Moses and ^omon. ? ^ S!igs1iafrf,*Aieiander-*— ^ — .j?7 ~z:vji 2 5o, Si , Parker ,, - j. ;.y « s 6 flo/lmiDg -«? $, r * XS Ai- L v- 1; I do,.G...r.Trlser .» .' . ' *«.- i -af t*tk L n . I cb, I pel, '1 bd),gri dirtrns;- 41 polite sugar, 2 cs 1 tfil» :^3riijwy; 8 WfitsSUgtuy.fi. bsa'ibnp^'fi/bj^. haps, 1 CS, 2 kgs paint, . 1 csk, 2 csks, 2 m-, 2 g. trrtfes ^faf)eVy^:cs*«?andries, i 08 Olives. 0. :cs | porter. 1 «| l lribrfppy _ 1 bs blue, 1 l)i tobacco, 8...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

FASHIONABLE GOODS AT * *' FABULOUS PEICES. B. SISDELj $UW,3 HAS much pleasure in infotmine tits residents of Bega and vicinity that he WILL OPEN, ON OR ABOUT THE 17th INSTANT, A CHOICE . STOGK OF MEW & FASHIONABLE WI5TER BBAPEBT ANB FANCY 600BS. Just Purchased in Sydney and expressly to SUIT THE BEGA DISTRIC^ i JL. ' ? , ' Each Line will be found of a Sound Serviceable Quality, Low Qualities and Damaged Lines having been Studiously avoided. — * The Btock will be -opened FOR 14 DATS) AT THE VICTORIA INN, in a Show Boom with a private entrance clear of the hotel, and will be sold At Prices far below the Usual Figures obtained in Bega. j Appended are a few of the lines Horrocks' A Longcloth, S6-inch, Ejd Good Grey Calico, 4J4 Forfar, 7 id Twill Sheeting, 15}d Scarlet Flannel, 14}d Welsh Flannel, 17}d Alhanibric Quilts, 4s lid Clonds, 15d Children's Scarlet Jackets, 3s lid Scarf Shawls, 14s lid 11-i White Blankets, 15s lid Ladies' Hair Plaits, Pads, &c. Underclothing Rib...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

-HoLliOWAY'fl Pats. — Safe yet Effective. — Ko other medicine cotubiues the same purify ing, alterative, and tonic properties, which have raised these pills so highly in the es timation of tbe public. In diseases arising from unhealthy situations, close apartments aDd sedentary occupations, no means equally - potent for cooling, cleansing, and regulating the human body can be found. Hofloway's PillB wonderfully improve a weak digestion, ; by augmenting the gastric secretion and ! moderately rousing the function of tbe liver, hence their well-known power of removing.. taiuted breath, and remedying eveiy other dyspeptic unpleasantness. They entirely over come the letliargetic symptoms attending bad digestion, and have for years been esteemed tbe bcBt and safest family aperient. They are particularly suitable for young females and children. Oxygen is life.— dn. height's phoe- ? ppoDTNE. — Moltudpks of people are hopelessly snfEering from Debility, Nervous and Liver Complaints, depressi...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

Original Correspondence. Our columns-are open to correspondence on any i subject of interest, bnt we in no way identity ourselves with the opinions expressed .

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