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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
The Sega Jockey Club. t J iJIE Quarterly Mooting of the Members will bo -L hclc in Mrs. White's Jar&lt;™ room on TUESDAY, the lOtli day of October »ilx(, lo ira.nsact business. By order, Fit ED. BERNE. Hon. Sec. "TOTJSG CSiKPIOS" WILL Stand tin's Reason at Mr. EDWARD MITCHELL'S, Towomba. " YL'UNG CHAMPION" Is by the celebrated imported horse " Champion," out of a veil-known Monaro bred Mare. He is of a rich dark brown color, stands 16 hands high, rising 5 years old; he is of a compact, nuggctty build, and admirably adapted for getting draught Stock. Teems : i Single mare, £1 5b., two or more, £1 each. j Well grassed, watered, and secure paddocks, tTjpry carc will be taken •with mares, but no responsibility incurred. Towomba, 6th September, 1865. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT WAKAGUBBA, THE NOBLE DRAUGHT HOUSE, "CI.INKJS R." CLINKER is 8 years old, 17 hands liigh, dam by the imported horse, Hcreules, grand-dam by another liovse, also called Clinker, but not of same blood as the dir...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, August 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
| LATEST SPBCtAL TELEGRAMS. London, August 3 120,000 bales of wool have MTived. The laying of the Atlantic cable proceeds successfully; 1100 miles of the wire have been paid out. Davis'strial is deferred. Financial and negro troubles increase in America. The agitation in Prussia oil political questions isgaining ground. The sentence of death passed on Miss Constance Kent, for the Itoad murder, is commuted to penal servitude for life. Dr. Prifccliard was executed for the murder of his wife utiiI mother-in-law, whom he poisoned—lie made a full con fession of his guilt. Bishop Colenso returns to Natal, and has published thr-eo fresh reviewn on the Pentateuch and BocA of Jofhu.!. The P.3V. Mr. M'Shane was elected President of the Werleyan Assrciatinp. Disease amongst the cattle in London spreading rapidly. Some cases of cholera have broken out. London, August, 8th. The Atlantic cable was broken I £00 miles from Yiden cia. London, August 10th. The Queen has embarked for Germany. Anotherd...
AMERICA. July 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
AMERICA. July 1st. President .Johnson continues indisposed and unable to attend Cabinet Meetings. The Secretary of the Treasury has dismissed all Govern ment purchasing agents in insurrectionary districts. The Military Commission on the conspiracy trial have agreed on the verdict, but the decision has not been pub lished. The Judge-Advocate asserted that four of the prisoners were fellow-conspirators ivitli Iiontli, and contended that Dans, Sanders, Tucker, and others planned and assisted President Lincoln's assassination. A serious affray occvrred at Portsmouth, Virginia, be twsen the white and coloured people, and many were woum!e:!. - Generfl ITerron, commanding in Northern Louisiana, has forbidden slaves to lrave the plantations. The Governor of Kentucky addressed the people, de claringslaverydcad, and uiging the adoption of a constitu tional amendment. Secretary At'Culloch directed the subordinates in the Southern States, appointed under the late commercial res triction, to adj...
Colonial [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
Mlrocte. Road from &TmiTrBEr.r.n To the Coast,—A correspondent of the Momrb Mercury writes to that jour nal as follows :—Mr. Bell awl liis co-trustees paiil a visit on Tuesday, tbe 12tli instant, to the new line of road from Nimitybcllc via Bcnbooka to Bega, and found that tbe track baJ been considerably improved ; and tbe amount recently grunted for the repair of tbe track will probibly render the road perfectly clear from NiraitybcIIe to Iien bookn River—bo I understood the overseer to say. The day wna one on which tern paid men would have veutu ed out; buttbo road trustees ventured, having promised to sjp. that the amount was carefully, expended, and (o show w.'th what eisc tbe r.ew line may be travelled. I observed a lady paying a visit to tbe camp in company with the trustees, and on turning her horse cantered along with verfeut ease—that is, instead of a mountain pass you could have fancied it w;is a road upon which labour hud been ex pended for years. Tho snow fell in...
TARTHRA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
TART Hit A. arrivals : September 14,—Gipsy schooner, Captain Wright, from Sydney. DEPARTURES September 14,—Gipsy scliooncr for Sydney* imports: C.ise sundries, 3 bags flour, case tobacco, 4 bags sugar, can paint, 2 boxes candles, 2 balf-chests tea, case mould candles, case oil, 2 truuks, Prescott; bag flour, Otton; bag salt, box coap, box candles, box Bperm, box sugar, case, box capers, bag whittling, Sharpe; 27 bare iron, 10 balls iron, case, 4 mould-boards, 6 plough wings, parcel, Calderwood; 3 bags flours, Ritchie; 3 cases whiskey, 3 cases geneva, hogshead ale,* Mrs. Wliite; piano, Heme; 2 bale:; hay, Captain Campbell, exports: 28 bides, 6 bags bacon, 18 sides bacon, keg lard.
Shippig Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
MERIMBOLA.. ARRIVALS: September 15,—Kiania steamer, Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers.—MissMcNamara, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Fowler, Miss Gill. Miss Grealy, Messrs. Human, Fowler, Rev. Steele, Rev. Baker, Hart, Sutliffe, Harrison, Fair field, and 11 intbe steerage. Dki'artohes: September 16,—Kiania steamer, Captain Honsler, for Sydney. Passengers.—Mrs. Atfield, Mrs. Argus, Mrs. Inskip, Messrs. Atkins, Argus, Manning (2), Bercleman, Thompson, Jlruce, Jamieson, Dolby' McKamara, Mat thews, Perkins, and 9 in the steerage. Imports : Dray, sack harness, package tobacco, 4 boards, parcel, case confectionery, case ironmongery, 2 bundles rope, case axes, bag chains, bag spandles, 2 bags nails, dozen backetf, roll zinc, trunk boots, 2 cases, truss, 3 bags rice, cask cofiee, 5 cases pickles, cask salt, cask sundries, cask bis cuits, cask cofi'ee, case pickles, box, 2 bags rice, A. K. Page; i cases furniture, 2 packages chairs, basket, man gle, 2 packages bedsteads, cask china, Mrs. Gwynne; bu...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 2Gtli July. The Australian May mails were delivered in London on tlie 1.5th nn>l 22ml July. Her Majestv intends visiting Brussells to inaugurate the statute of Prince Albert, and she continues in good health. Tlic marriage between the Princc of Orange and Prin cess Heleuais definitely arranged. The infant Prince was christened on July 7th, George Fredcr.eh Ernest Albert. The King of the Belgians is dangerously ill. The Colonial governors' Retiring Pension Bill was passed on July 14. Parliament was dissolved by Itoyal Commission on July 6th. Tiie general elections resulted iu a majority of SO to the Lwer.;!s Tlie Chancellor of t jc Exchequer, Mr. Gladstone, was I defeated at Oxford, ami two days afte. wards returned for South Lancashire. The leading Conservatives retain their seats. Lords Ashley and Paget. Mr. Walter (cf the Tiniest, Adam Black, Kir Charles Locork, John iirigbt's brother, Messrs. Soamcs, Lawson, aud Denman, lost their seats. Earl Russell's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
6&lt;k UN* 13 Published every SATURDAY MORNING, and lb-v-.rd.Hl b> post and runiiors throughout, tho Trhnle of tlii! di -lPLct. T.:bms of Ai>vr,imsi>,-ft:—Twenty-eight-wordsand under 2s. Every additional Fourteen words imd und?r Is. A considerable rcdu&lt; tioa will be r.iidc for Quar terly and Anuur.1 ;',flvcrti;cnii'v:(3. Ad"vrtwrmi",»ts must, st.il? !li- number of inrertions rfq:ii"' d,~a;id paid for in advance. Orders for ivilh drawa] must bu sent to the office before 6 p.m. o'j Thur-dayV, and a'l orlor; for inserting advertisements snust b". in not latw tl.riti noon on Fi ahv's. AH S'l'wBripT-ioiis Wis' be paid in ADVANCE. Par tios i\«:di>i&lt;; at a distance can romit in stninpB. XtS7?2X& PliESS 3?BIZfTIlT«f Executed in all its various brandies, with neatnes" and despatch, on Mode-rat'. Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. Bega Steam Pleur Kills. DGOWINW-, and SONS having made a...
[?] News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, SEPT. 16TH. (Before J. D'Arcy, W. D. Turlington, and W. M'Gregor Esqrs., Js.P.) Constable Irwin v. Ossman. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, Sept. 16th. (Before J. D'Arcy, \V. D. Turlington, and W. M'Grcgor Esqrs., Js.P.) Constable Irwin v. Ossman. Charles Ossman failH to appear 0:1 Vnil to answer the charge of being drunk and using obscene language in the public stro&lt; 11. Oh'irles M'Grcgor, beinj; bail for c'u-fon.'iant, prayel for an adjournment, as he beHevvd Mnnet'iing must have hap pened the n:;m. A'ljo-irnc.l till r.e:t court-day.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 23 September 1865
SMALL DEDT3 COURT. Dlvis v. Wymiii,—iyr £1. for agistment. Vcrdic^ for plaintiff. Land Sales at Eden.—We would call the attention of the public to the sale by auction of forfeited free selections on Friday the 29thinst, at the Court-house, Eden. Land Sales at Bega.—The sale by auction of Crown Lands will be held in the Bega Court-house on Fri day, Saturday, and Monday next, the 29th, and 30th of September and 2nd October. The township of Candalo, lately surveyed, forms the principal lots offered for sale. Colonial Literature.—The History of Australian Discovery, and Colonisation. Part 1 and 2 can be had at the Post Office Stores. Police Changes.—We understand that Constable Twy ford is promoted to be senior-constable at Kiandra, vice Graham dismissed. Twyford has been 15 years in the police force in this district, during which time he has com manded the respect and good will of the inhabitant, who are sincerely glad at his deserved promotion. Serious Accident.—The wife of Mr. Willia...
TARTHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 September 1865
TAlUHltA. ARRIVALS : September 20.—Eltea schooner, Captoia Nicholson, from Sydney. DEPARTURES : September 20.—Ellen Echooner, for Sydney. ill pouts : Case, Davis; parcel, Taylor; 2f)ags flour, O'Neil; box, Perry; 2 bags Soar, Hart; bag flour, Bison; parcel, Bev. Knight; 2 hags flour, Allan and Wood; tag flour, package harness, plough; i packages furniture, Bega Court-Louse,
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 September 1865
MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: September 21,—Kiama steamer, Captain Housler, from Sydney. Passengers,—Mrs. Nelson, Miss Cooke, Messrs. Manning (2), Bereleman, Tlicmj«on, Grant, and 8 in th« steerage. Departures: September 22,—Kiaioa steamer, Captain Housler, for Sydney. Passengers.—Miss Wilson, Messrs. Abrahams, Miller, Hobmaj, and 5 in the steerage. Imports ; C cases stout, C cases bottled ale, 3 oases old torn, 12 cases geneva, 2 quarter-casks r/icc, hogshead rvm, 10 casks 1 Kittled beer, 10 boxes soap, quartcr-tierce tobacco, case hitters, 0 cases whiskey, 2 eases rvtu, case chutney, hogshead brandy, qv.arter-cr.sk wine, hogshead brandy, hogshead rm», 2 quarler-casirs \vi;-.e, hegthead earthen ware, tievce earthemvare, 11 cases brpndy, case sundries, bundie bedsteads, bundle camp cvtns, 2 cases sundries, 2 cases chairs, bundle bedsteads, case confectionery, 2 eases sundries, parcel, Sturgeon ,• truss br-dding, catl; ale, Jas. Manning; 20 bags sugar, package twine, cask beef, 72 mats sugar,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 September 1865
The Treasury, New South Wales, , 21st August, 1865. | Conveyance of Kails. j CONVEYANCE being required for the Post Office j Mails to and from Oie undermentioned places, ] for one or lhrec,years (with tnc exception of those Una for j which, a apccial term is named), from the let January &lt; I860, persons disposed to Conirnet lor providing the j same, arc invited to transmit their offers, in writing, accompunicd by the neccBsari/ certificate from a Magis' irate, before 11 o'clock on Wednesday, the 11th day of October next. The Tenders must be addressed to the Under Secrc- j tary for Finance and Trade, Treasury, and endorsed! " Tender for Conveyance of Mails." j To and from Batemau's Bay, Mullenderree, and j Moruyn, twice a week.—[It must be clearly under-! stood that the Mails shall leave Batcninn'a Bay immediately alter the arrival there of (he steamer I from Sydney, and shall leave Moruya in time to ; jnect the steamer leaving Batemau's Bay for Syd ney, the Contractor find...
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 September 1865
AMERICA, Our advices from Now York eitend to the lS.h of July. On the 7th of July, in accordance with the findings and Kentenca of the military commission, approval by Prsidcnt Johnson, four of the alleged assassins of the late President oftbe United SMtes—horaclyiflarrold, the companion of Booth, the actunl nlurderer; Payne, who attempted the murder of Mr. Seward; the German Atzorott, who sought today the then Vice-Prcaidcnt of the United States, now the President, Mr. Jo anon; snd the woman Suratt— were hanged at Wasa.iib'ton, Three others of the gang viz, Arnold, O'LnugMin, and Modd (the medical man who "doctored" Booth and. provided him with crutches) have been condemned to imprisonment, for life ; and the eighth, Spangler, the stage ca-pcnUjr of the theatre iu' which Mr. Lincoln was so fouly murdered, and who cleared the stajx to facillitate the ctcipe of llooth, has been win teres 1 to i* veirs in the Pcnitentiaty. A department for the confiscation of the property of per sons ...