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

Answe.e to Correspondents. ' Cricketer,' Bega, asks can a bowler change ends each over and continue bowling ? Decidedly not. In case a bowler desires to change ends he can follow his over once, but no rule will allow of one bowler keeping both ends through a game. 'Consignee,' CondeJ®. — A receipt 'in good order aud condition' fixes the responsibility of breakage on the shipowner, unless the 'delivery in like good order and condition to the earner can be proved. ' Clean Towel.' — As a maiden effort, although a weak one, it would be a pity to crush it. ' Supporter.' — The novelty of the thing has worn off. If we gave a ' par' to every new subscriber it would become a nuisance.

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

SULLIVAN THE MUBDEBER. I Me. Kane, solicitor, made an application to Mr. j Justice Fellows, in chambers, on the 26th ult., for a writ of habeas corpus, to bring up Joseph T. Sullivan, at present detained in the Mel bourne Gaol, under the ' Influx of Criminals Preveation Act.' It will .be remembered that Sullivan was convicted in New Zealand some ▼ears aero of murder, but became atrorover. and subse4nently received a free pardon. The fol lowing affidavit was made, by Sullivan, who des cribed himself as ' a public' in now out of business':— - j 1, Joaeph Thomas 6uUivsn, of High-street^ Wedderbimi, in the colony of Victoria, but now detained in H.M. Gaol at Melbourne, formerly publican, but now out of business, make oath and say that I was born in Ireland on the 25th day of August^ X815, and arrived in the colony of Victoria, then Port Phillip, by the brig Scont, on the 10th January, 1844, and was domiciled and continued to Teside there until the 5th of April 1866. That in 1817 I purch...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. May 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

OUE TELEGRAMS.! ffBOM OTO Telegraphic Cobbespohdbnt.] SYDNBjy. May 5. The Assembly passed resolutions confirm ing the agreement made by tbe Govern ment with the Bank. of New South Wales, and an authority has been given to the Government for an overdraft to the extent of £500,000. \ oir wiiuam maiming was sworn m as judge with the usual ceremony yesterday. The Agricultural Society's balance sheef - shows a credit balance on 1st May ot £8,500, An influential deputation waited on the Post master-general to urge the Govern- ; ment to take 6teps to establish a second telegraph line between Australia and the rest of the world. It is raining heavily. The California Mail steamship City of San Francisco arrived yesterday. 1 In the libel action, M'Phillimy r Western Independent, a verdict was found ' for plaintiff, damages £150. Cattle. — Pat,: Improving tendeney ; j best £9 to £10. Stores : Little change ; good southern bullocks, £6 to £6 10s ; mixed sexes £5 10s to £8. j

CRICKET. BENBOOKA V. NUMBUGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

CRICKET. BENBOOKA V. NUMBUGGA. A match between the above came off at Benbooka on Saturday last, resulting in a ' victoiy for Benbooka. Appended are the scores : — Benbooka— First Innings. J. Ward, c M'Guinneas, b Abbott... 6 . E. Langley, b M'Guinness ? 10 J. Clark, c M'Guinness, b Abbott... 8 H. Stuart, b Abbott ? 0 W. Gailey, b Abbott ? 9 J. Collins, b Abbott ? 2 J. Connor, run out ? 1 E. Pool, b M'Guinness ? ' 0 H. Wilton, b M'Guiness ? 1 G. Gailey, not out ? 3 E. Connor, b Abbott ? 0 Sundries ? 9 49 Second Innings. W. Gailey, b Abbott ? 6 H. Wilton, b Abbott ? 3 E. Poole, b Abbott ? 7 J. Ward, c J. Britten, b Abbott ? 33 E. Langley, b M'Guinness ? ? 0 J.Clark, b M'Guinness ? 17 E. Connor, b M'Guinness ? 0 H. Stuart, b M'Guiness ? 18 G. Gailey, nst out ? ? ? 6 J. Connor, run out ? 0 J. CollinB, b M'Guinness ? ? 1 Sundries ? 6 90 Nnmbaggo — First Innings. Abbott, b Langley ? ? 0 P. M'Guinness, 1. b. w. ? ? 11 Moon, b Ward ? 3 John Britten, b Langley ? ? t J. Britten, b Langley ? ?...

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

BEGA POST OFFICE MAIL ARRANGEMENTS ? ARRIVALS, Days. | ? Places, ? | Time. . Sydney via Braidw'd 9 a.m. * Cobargo ? ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? 9 a.m. Eurobodalla ? 9 a,m. Moruya ? 9 a.m. Monday Broidwodd ? 9 a.m. ' Goulburn ? 9 a.m. . Kameruka ? ? 7.30p.m. Caudelo ? 7.30 p.m. Brown Mountain ? 7.30 p.m. Mggaro district, via . ,i ^Kameruka ? 7.30 p.m. Wolumla ? 4.30 p.m. Mcriintiuia ? 4-30 p.m. Wdu'sday-J' Panbnla ? ? 4.30 p.m. Eden ? £. ? 4.30 p.m. ' Monaro district ? 4.30 p.m. bydney, via Braidw'd*! 9 a,m. Cobargo ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? ? 9 a.m. Eurobodalla ? 9 a.m. nana* £sita—: SS Goulburn ? 9 a.m. Kameruka ? 7.30 p.m. Candelo ? 7,30 p.m. Brown Mountain ? 7.30 p.m. Wolumla ? 4.30 p.m. Mcrimbula ? 4.30 p.m. Friday Panbula ? 4.30 p.m'. Edeu ? T ? 4.30 p.m. Monaro district ? 4.30 jg.m. ' Sydney, via Braidw'd 9 a.m. ' Cobargo ? 9 a.m. Brogo ? '. ? 9 a.m. Saturday Eurobodalla ? 9 a.m. Moruya ? 9 a.m. Braidwood ? 9 a-m. ? Goulburn ? 9 a.m. Sydney, per steamer, via Tarthra or Mcrimbula — Wednesday or Th...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, APRIL 27,1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thursday, Afril 27, 1876, Conditional Purchase. No. 58. — R. R. Bligh, county of Dam pier, parish of Tanga, 55 acres, section. 21, being measured portion No. 66. Thursday, Mat 4. No. 59. — George Salway, county of Dampier, . parish of Kooroona, 100 acres, section 13, at Dignam's Creek, to include vacant land between the said creek and Bega district boundary. ' No. 60.— Thomas H. Gillard, same J county, parish of Tanga, 40 acred, on the sea coast, adjoining his last'40 acres. No. 61. — Richanl R. Bligh, same county ; and parish, 112 acres, a measured portion ; aorth of his last selection. ] Total Receipts. 1 £ s. d. On conditional purchases ... 76 15 0 For interest ? 161 7 4 On extra area ? 1 10 0 £239 12 4

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

[?] - ? ? THE 'HOME' SHUTTLE Lock-Stitcli Sewing Machine : The Perfection op Mechanism : SIMPLE, COMPACT, EFFICIENT, DURABLE, AND . . COMPLETE. IT SEWS with the least possible amount of labour, and a girl twelve years old can run it without fatigue. It is a Triumph of Mehcanical Genius. The ' Home ' Shuttle la the only practical Low-priced Lock-stil cb Sewing Machine ever invented, and has now tbe largest sale of any kind in Australia. THIS UNEQUALLED MACHINE Uses a Straight Needle, makes the u Lock-stitch.' (alike on both sides), has a self-adjusting Tension, and is adapted to every variety of sewing for family wear, from the Lightest Muslins to the Heaviest Cloths, and will even sew leather. It will Hem, Fell;1 Bind, Cord, Braid, Seam, Tuck, Ruffle, Hemstitch, . and Gather. ' This Machine. will Sew on and Gather at the same time, and will worlc Equally well on SILK, LINEN, WOOLLEN, AND COTTON GOODS ?WITH BILE, LINEN, OB COTTON THREAD, PRICE LIST. No. 1. HAND MACHINE, Complete, £4 ...

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

JOB PRINTING. THE Proprietors of the Bega Standard having received a Jobbing Press from Sydney, together with a Large Assortment of new Type, are prepared to do PRINTING on he Shortest ^Notice, including ? Bill-Heads, pickets, Circulars, Programmes, Posters, & c. NOTICE. j MR. W. J. OSBORNE is authorised to COL LECT ACCOUNTS due to the Pro prietors of the Bega Standard, and his receipt , will be sufficient discharge for the same.

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

METROPOLITAN EXHIBIT! The eighth Exhibition under the ausj the Agricultural Society of New,-^ Wales opened in Sydney last we^ great eclat. It is pleasing to not these exhibitions have become ^ more popular each year, and ,tuau prizes— valued not for their intrinsic worth— are more considered each year, not only by cattle and horse breeders but by manufacturers of every class. And not only New South Welshmen — and they come from all Darts of the colonv — take an interest in these gatherings ; but we find that Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand are being better repre sented each year ; and that California and New Caledonia sre among the .countries represented ; and that English manufac- ~ - tuiera engaged in the trade with the colony begin to see the value of the'medal' or blue, ribbon of the society! It is reported that the metropolis was fnll of visitors, and that the want of more hotel accommoda tion was much felt. F*r ourselves, the contingent of visitors that wen...

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. LONDON, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

TELEGRAPHIC SU.VMARY. London, March IV. '--3i r Dnnii'l Cooper lina loft for America, to eiiiioiintcnd arrangements connected with tlie Now South Wales depart incut al -Ihe I'hiln doTpliia Exhibition, nn-l also to confer with tlie American Pacific M nil Steam Co. about the trnnsit of Anisl rnli.ni malls betwreo San . Francisco and Now York, and other matters'' affecting the improvement, of this unsatisfac tory Bcrvice : Sir Daniel is accompanied by liia aoconil sun, he will afterwards proceed to !\y«lney. Caplnin Mori-shy iiuK just published n two volume work on New Guinea, which 1b a wel come contribution to our scant knowledge of that island. Uuthing 19 now hegrd of Lieut. Annit's expedition. On 1st MiucVt Mrs. Bladen Neil liad an in terview with several members of the Royal Colonial Institute, aud showed tlieni some articles madu ^ioui Australian silk, grown by her; much satisfaciimi was expressed at the result of tlie experiment. Mrs. Neil ie seek ing to raise adequate capital t...

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

MARRIED. CONNELLY— HEADY— April 25th, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rer. Dean M'Carthy, assisted by the Rev. Father Peter, J. J. Connelly, store keeper, Bega, to Mary Agnes Heady, eldest daughter of J. Heady, Esq., licensed surveyor, Bega. JSep . True to our Principles. ! SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1876

VILLAGE SCANDAL. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

VILLAGE SCANDAL. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sir, — Bolingbroke s»ys, ' There is no lie like the half truth.' This truism has lately been frequently brought to my re collection by noticing a tendency in many of the provincial newspapers to indnlge in petty spite and scandal in a style which receives t-u xuuuu lav ur uu uie isuxee siue of the Atlantic. In small communities, where neighbors may be considered one large family — where the doings and tastes of each are known — where, as the saying goes, 'you cannot put on a clean shirt without its being known '* (some will even profess to tell you where it was washed) — and where tittle-tattle is carried from one to the other, generally increasing for the worse as it travels — it is not difficult to imagine to what miserable scandalism the slightest actions may be magnified;- In America the revolver and the cow-hide do keep things within some bounds, but in this law-abiding country it isJjoj-ed'there will be no . necessity to des...

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. ADELAIDE Wednesday, 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

?J- - ARRIVAL OF TH IC ENGLISH MAIL, VIA 9UK7.. (From Ihe S. J I/. Herald) Adklmiib \Vednesdnv, 10 p.m. The P. and (J. steamer Bangalore arrived fft Gluntl^ nt 6 p.m., after n fair passage, Some of l Tie passengers of (ho wrecked ship Strallimuru bio on (loarri, en route for New Zenlani. ,

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

The Government have done more to weaken the /aith.of the public in their capacity to properly administer the affairs of the colony by their half -hearted Immigration scheme, than by any ot the blunders made during their tenure of office. Hera is a territory larger than the whole of Great Britain, with a popula tion of 600,000 souls, or the number contained in a sixth-rate city in the United Kingdom; we have a revenue beyond our requirements, and have a splendid accumulated balance, and yet the Government hesitate to glut onr llabor market by the importation of Some four thousand working men, not withstanding that they have public works in hand sufficient to employ twice-that number for the next three or -four years, and . then an unlimited ^extent of Jand' f-rt' the newly arrived to ?iettle-piu, W % -^This more caution is certainly jeltribute^ lo the -preponderance ^f^^reSidraH^toaong our legislators. because an advertisement in s Sydney will bring a shoal of applicants, it is concl...

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

SHIPPING. BDEN. Arrived. 27th, April — EllGn,sch., Captain NioholBon, {ram Sydney. ' ' Manifest. Cs sundries, cs ironmongery, kg load, dim oil, -2 wheels, 10 cska cement, Moses k Solomon. Cose Bundries, 1 ease, Schultz. 10 bxs soap, 3 bla woolpacks, (-cnek wine, osk vinegar, 7 ess beer, cs sundries, prcl samples, 2J chests tea, 2 ess brandy, 10 cs gin, cs jam, 2 cu pickles, 10 cs schnapps, 2 cs starch, 10 i zcs can .jnMP nnt-n. Kmnmo » r%o BiiUnM 1 fln.V 2 chsts and 2{ chsts tea, 86 bxs tea, cs mustard, 2 nails, cs pickles, 2 cs sardines, S cs Salmon, kg blue-stone, kg alum, 4 kegs, S cs brandy, }- csk brandy, prcl samples, J2 ovens, 2 bndl ovens, 16 lids, 2 eases, cb sundries, T. It. Ligbtbody. Small bellows, bndl tinpots, kg horseshoes, 2 ? Cls rope, Mrs. Barclay. ? 5 - 4 doors, pkge sallies, 6 boards, 2 pine doors, 1 plough, Fairvreather. 47 bgs sugar, cs castor oil, 6 cs kerosene, 10 bgs rice, 6 hlf-chsts tea, csk salmon, bx tobacco, bndl Ghovcls, 2 cs ironmongery, 2 bedsteads, ...

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

-Shipping. .7 pS^I. -»-?- ..- ;:' ? ' v i/ Hlai^kiTa Ste&ni Navigation . Company. ? i-'' W.EKKIiY SfPBin'er bet wren SYDNEY, MKHIMBULA, TARTHHA, . and KUEN. . From SYDNEJEt'-ew ry TUESDAY nt.9 am. Froiii EDEN & SlEfflMRITLA: on FRIDAY ft '. mnriiing.' On all ^ocrasioris calling, at i;TRA-!Ocli way, weatlier permitting. Farps,™d. JreigbU aV-VoryftipTv nalo^;»t NO Charge made -for; Meals ^-during . tlie. \03'agi-8 of -these strainers; . , : Agents : Mctimhula, Mr,'. Vincent Jlrown ; Fden, Jlr. Keon '; and .'kt 'Tartlira, .Captain Sergeant. : '' ; ' '? ' r Pvilney, l^lh'Slay; 1874.' ] _ . : ; - BlIGULAR GOWIHINWATIOS SYDNKY, EDEM', ana 'SeffiSsrasSi* 7 TARTflRA. rjlH E splendid cUppcr brigantine.: ;? \i noted for iiei'fast aud ;regular ;pnssngcp,\vill in ; future RUN II EGtJIVAltLYljeiween Sydney j End ESen,.ca1bng atTarthraeacb way.: For fuli particulm'S as to daj!?s'nf Eailiiig and ; atcsolfreigljtpiipply'to . '' S. & H.' SOLOMON, '?.-?? ? lidcu. \ Business Di...

REPORTS. J. G. DOUGHARTY'S REPORT. Melbourne, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

BG PORTS. J. G. DOOGHAETY'8 report. Melbourue, April Sfe. 'fi Tat Cattle. — About 1,400 head were placed for , to-day's sale, being from prime to inferior beef, -i . coming bom Gipps Land, the North, and local ?I paddocks. Sales opened dull at about 10s per -?' head lower than last week's prices, extra prime Ife.-:'. ? beef maintaining late rates per 100 lbs. Quota s' v' .tions : — Prime bullocks £12 to £13 10s ; good do jgV-; ' £12 ; inferior and light weights to store K| pS§S; cows, a good draft forward, best selling If- to £9 17«6d. ? ? 3 x__ ' 1| ' day's pole, consisting of prime, good, and useful jgg mutton, a large proportion in numbers being . Victorian crossbred sheep. Market opened dull, BBCi. . ? nnfl sales were: slow in being effected. On iSSt,.' everything ' in there was a considerable decline mm , from last 'week's rates, and several lots were ^*4*31 . iurnfdout unsold.' Quotations : — Merino wethers IjlgSr (ram 9s to 13s 43 ; 'do ewes from 6s to 9s ; crosSr trod wether...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 May 1876

COMMERCIAL. Bboa [Standard Office, Friday evening. We received the following prices current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — Henry Priestly & Go's Price Libt. (By Electric Telegraph) £ s. d. Maize ? 0 3 4 per bus Hides ... ? ? 0 o * ' Tallow ? ? ? SO 0 0 ' ton Pigs ? ? ? 0 0 6 ' lb Bacon ? 0 0 10 ' ' Butter... .„ ? ? 0 18 ' ' Cheese ? 0 0 6 ' ' O.its ? 0 3 4' bus] Barley ? 0 4 2 ' ' Wattle Bark ? 7 0 0 ' ton Flour ? 12 0 0 ' ton 63 SuBsex-strcct, Sydney, Eth JI/ay,I876 J. Mbllidat's Priob List. (By Electric Telegraph .) £ s. d. Butter ? 0 18 per lb. Cheese ? 0 0 6 '? Bacon ? 0 0 10 ' Hams ? 0 0 11 ' Maize ? 0 3 9 per bus. Hark ? -00 per ton. Flour ? 12 0 0 ' Tallow ? 89 0 0 per ton. Pigs, per lb ? 0 0 6 82, Sussex-street, Sydney, 6th Afay, 1876.

THE CHILDREN'S SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

TOE CHILDREN'S SUNDAY. : Sunday ought, with a child, to be emphati- j , cally a sunny day — a sun-day ; and not, as it ib with many children, a gloomy day — a gloom-day. Let Sunday lie, thou, to all — but j the young especially — a bright and sunshiny j .?w ' O day, most «?. ilm, most 'bright j Tho week were dark but for thy light' — Herbert. A child confined for somo hours on a Sunday to his schoolroom (whnt line a child to do W th a schoolroom ?), nr to his nursery, to lenrh religious lossonB, might truly say — ' E'en Sunday shines no Sabbath day to me.' — Pope. Such a procedure ib not at all calculated to make him love religion ; but is likely to have a contraiy tendency. While out of doors he ' Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, Sermons in stones, and good in everything.' — Shakespeare. ? It is folly, and worse than folly — for it is irijmious lioth to miud and body — to take a child of throe or fonr years of age to cliurqh. It is utterly impossible for so youn...

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