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FIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

. FIVES. '' ' ' ' When I was C, her age was 0, Save some wing'd moments ne^ly caught— * ButTime, while stealing life away, Is adding to it every day I Aud when she numbered 15 years, Aud I was 20, hopes and feus, The scroll of future life unroll'il. And Love was lord of all — but gold 1 When 20 Bummers crowu'd her bead, And 2B of fled, She gnvo meters — I gave her mine — And then our sum was 5 times 9. And as the ycats lun on. our lives In cash aud cares still count iu C's I Knch £S-nolc bow fjLsl it goes I How quick comc twice 5 little toes I

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. May 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

o u ii t is X e -x r Ai M! s . ['From oua TELEOBApiHic Cobbespohpekt.] .. SYDNEY. llav 12.^ ?; The Assembly passed the items in -tlie ' Estimates for the -Departments of Mines and Lands, witli'but litlle alteration.: : An - unruly debate' took- ' place1 on Thursday nifflit/'bri 'a motion 'for. ad journment. The conduct of the Minister lor Lands in '.'counting- ont'tlie House .on the Hustings Electoral. Bill was criticised. Several scenes occurred. . The Bank of Neu-'South Wales-haive accepted tlie amendments made' by tlie Assembly in the banking- agreement. Tlie Exhibition Ball/ was a :great success ; over 800 present, including His' Excellency and suite. . ' In'tlie Criminal Court Gliarles Dalby was found : guilty on 'j/charge of rape and sentenced'. to' death.,, . . The members of tlie Bar entertained Sir. William Manning 1 to ra; dinnfer on Thursday evening. Meyer and Co., engaged in : the country trade, Guspendeil ' payment , liabilities stated jto amount fp £20,000,, Ths contin...

O'SHANASSY V. JOACHIM AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

i V--: *-l- - t; '? *' - : '- ' O'SHANASSY' ''V /'-'JOACHIM AND - ? ? - 'OTHERS.;-,! .;;; - ff The ' following. -ia ' the judgment^ 6f the Lords of the Judicial Committee 'of the ,. Privy Gonncil on the Appeftl of.O'Sbanassy v. Joachim and. otjjp.rs, from the Supreme Coiirt Mb February, 187,6. . . . ,? .r Present . Sir James W. Colvile, Sin T- ? T- ? ^,1, CI- M orifnn-na JH! RmitTi DUIlira jLjcawcD^ . Sir Robert P.- Collier.. , .^i. : Three infants of the name of , -Joachim,, of the ages respectively of 16, 14, and 12 years, brought 1 separate -actions ' in ' .whichi they complained that ; thfe- (Jefi&dant J^had trespassed upon their closes. They claimed their land .. under grants ;mude; by the .Governor in pursuance of the Crown Lnud» ' Alienation . Act, 1861 ! The .otily3|fence ?which ' iie- 'bo^-'fesisted Suponf 18 'iffifit'tho- gMnts.- it-: 5.tli6 /pUiintiffs wfeaHwoititely null and 'void, inasmuch ns when those grants w®re imadeithej iwere under th'S 'ngfr of 21 years. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

[?] THE ' HOME'? SHUTTLE Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine: The Perfection of Mechasibm : SIMPLE, COMPACT, EFFICIENT, DURABLE, AND COMPLETE. TT -5EWS with the least possible amount of labour, and a prl twelve years old can run it without fatigue. It is q Triumph of Melicanical Genius. The ' Horrie ' Shuttle Is the only practical Low-priced Lock-stitch Sewing Machine ever invented, and boa now the . largest sale of any kind in Australia. THIS UNEQUALLED MACHINE Uses a Straight Needle, makes lhe 'Lock-stitch.' j (alike on both sides), has a self-adjusting Tensidn, and is 1 adapted to every variety of sewing for family wear, from the Lightest Muslins to the Heaviest ClotliB, and will even sew leather. It will Hem, Fell, Bind, Cold, Braid, Seam, Tack,_ Ruffle, Hemstitch, and Gather. This i Machine will Sow on and Gather At the same I time, and will work equally well on ' SILK, .LINEN, WOOLLEN, AND COTTON GOODS WITH SILK, LINEN, Oil COTTON THBEAD, PRICE LIST. ! No. 1. HAND -MACHINE, Comtlete, £...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

Church Services. . ? ? Wesleyan. SERVICE in connection' with the Wesleyan Church will-, he held as .follows ' MATT 14, . ; Tantawanglo, 11 a m. ; Candelo, S p.m. ; Bega. 7 p. in, by the Eev-. j. A. \vraddell. , Bega, 11 a;m., T.'H.1 Jaggers.' '. ?' t , Catholic.; S ASS will be celebrated . on fiunduy, as under: — . -?:? ?- . Ma.y,iith, Bega, 9 and 11 a.m. ' .? T'-' May 2lBt;';'..^'' 'J,J Candelo. 11a.m. . , - May-'280).' ?i' Panbnla, 11 a.lm; lUii'J Evening devotioiuat 7(p;m. ? ' *?' '' '' IVHE Rev, W.' Btike'r 'wil -(D.v^ preach ^b ' * on Snq^y/i-^BSA' di'f: g'ii'il fif 1 ; i : .y: Wolumla, 11 a.m^ ojid .1 - Bega, 11 a.m. and ; . ,iT „, ;? Churbh iof En^and . i BI VINE SEliVtCE- wilf'%8 held. ?'.is ,f.V At Bega, eyeryjSun'dayAt Jartter Jsi^gotice. ...-v. j ? Xn&nts baptised at. 3.30 p.TU, . or. after jnoming» «emce,'£f 'ueceaairy. ',v ,, T j' ? BiGi PJ^HiskbMcSOGIETf 1 ' ?' ; ^MEMBERS' CONCERT. ; 5 '' THE next. CONCERT will b^given on W.ISD- ' NESDAT the 7th June. Programme...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

A Tbtdmpd of CnEMiSTRV. Among the chemical triumphs of the nineteenth century none lias been fraught with more important results than the discovery, twenty five years ago, that by combining with a certain Btimu lent of absolute purity and agreeable flaAor special medicinal ingredients of vegetable origin, a remedy waa obtained for local or grencral debility, kidney disease, gravel, dyspepsia, constipation, and many other ail ments. The name of this remedial wonder is Udoltho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic SciiKArrs. Holloway's Pills.— Safe yet Effective. — No other medicine combines the same purify ing, alterative, and tonic proprrlios, which gi*ve raised these pills so highly ill the es itieiatinn of the public. In diseases arising £pom unhealthy situations, close epsrtments «nd sodentflO* occupations, no meniiB equally potest tor cooling', cleansing, and regulating the human body can be found. Holloway's Pills wonderful))' improve a went digestion, bv augmenting the gastric Bi-cretion ...

LAND COURT. MONDAY, May 8, 1876. (Before Mr. Commissioner Burne, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

LAND COURT. ' - - .' - P Monday, May 8, 1876. (Before Mr. Commissioner Burne, J.P.) Richard R. Bligh— 320 acres, parish of Colombo, now the property of W. Wilson. This was an inquiry as to the residence performed by Mr, Bligh during the term Jie held the land.' f- V Mr p.n wlinsrm. for resDondent, took exception to the proceedings, on the ground that the three years have elapsed, and the declaration has been accepted, and interest received by the Government, and that therefore the title of the selector is 1 .admitted by Government to be good. . Joseph Wilson gave evidence that- he ' frequently satv Mr. Bligh on the land. He used the land as a place to collect horses purchased for boiling down. William Wilson gave evidence that the laud was bought by him. frcm Bligh ; knew that Mr. Bligh had a gunyah, in which weTe bed, bedding, and cooking , utensils; made it his business to make; full inquiry before he bought the land from Bligh. j W. Neilley gave evidence as to present value of im...

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

- Answers to Correspondents. led. «— We could lint possiWv do It. Tbe cost of canyingprfflj nind plant to Candclo would w too Treat, llic' ' ttcvcr Trent ' to C jbiirgo, but a gceat many copics of the paper find their way tbcre; ' Selector^ — lu our opinion tlie receipt by tbe Government oT the inleiest upon the unpaid balaticc on a selection ra an nr)mk«inn --iaf *rr»n bnve fulfilled the conditions. This point we*-, raised by Mr. lliiwHtiaoti during tbe cDqtViricfl hfefom'Mt-.yomVnlsfiouer Bunie' tbis AVP^k and ?f ®uPPprteq- vn believe, by a recent ctecteioti of tbe Judges. yVuc to our Principle. SATUBDAr, MAY 13, 1870 . .

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

At Sea. — According to the Moruya Examiner, Mr. Cgswell, P.M., of Moruya, got a little out of his element on board the John Penn, recently. It seems that Mr. Jeffers had his horse Marksman on board,, and on arrival ?t Ulladulla two mares were brought down for shipment. This was ODjeciea 10, ana captain fciieea said the mares should remain behind, provided Mr. Jeffers paid the price of the whole accommodation. Mr. Caswell interfered, and a row^-esul ted, and on inquiry into, the circumstances by the directors of the I. S. N. Co, the mate of the John Penn was discharged. Our Moruya contem porary attributes great blame to Mr. Cas well ; . but as it is well known that Mr. C. and the Eitaminer don't hit it, we are in- ! clined to believe there must be 6ome fault, or the directors would hardly take such a decisive step.

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

THE DAIRY. In reply to the enquiries qf ' Milk Oh 1 in your isBuo of tho 11th inBt,, I would beg to state that in all my travels (I havo travelled pretty well over all the Australian colonies) tlie moEt perfect appliances for Betting milk 1 have seen aro those in use at Dr. Mackio's dairy, Tarrawingee, Victoria. At the Tarra wingeoda:ry, two parallel beams, each 3 by 5 inche«, are fixed edge upwards, 18 inches apart, and at -a distance of 3 fact floor, alj around the walls of the daiiy. These aro divided at intervals of about 2J feet by cross beams of similar dimensions, so thai each di vision is 2J feet long by 18 inches wide. Tho tops of these longitudinal and cross beams are lined with strong zinc, and by means vt. ino same maienni eacu division or compartment is formed into a milk dish in such a manner sb to taper off to a point at I tho bottom, so as to resemble a square funnel ; or ratlior, it resembles tbe shape of tho hopper of a winnowing machine. -At the bottom of oach com...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

Mikoii^' Selrotions. — :Wd publish; in another column the judgment delivered *by the. Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in this case, which upholds previous colonial decisions, and leaves minors as. they were.'' IJob Burgess. — A writ has been issued in the Supreme Conrt against Mr. J. E. Kelly, proprietor of the Stockwhip news paper, nt the suit of Mr. Burgess, oirner of 'the Tenlerjield Star newspaper, for libel. The article complained of appeared in last Saturday's Stockwhip. Debating Club. — There wns again; a good, muster on Tuesday night, and the debate as to the election of Judges in lieu of the present method of appointing them w.as carried on with considerable spirit, a majority affirming the desirability of 'letting well nlone.' The next' subject : for debate will be, ' Should the principles advocated by the Education League be adopted ; to be opened in tlie affirmative. Pedestmanism. — Wo mentioned last week that Hewitt had . managed to defeat the American - champio...

TRANSIT OF GOODS. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

TRANSIT OF GOODS. To the Editor of the' Beqa Standard. Sir,— The paragraph which appeared in yorir issue of last week, headed ' Transit of Goods,' contains statements which, if not contradicted, might lead 6ome of -the constituents of the Com pany which I represent to believe thait affairs are conducted by me in a very loose and unbusiness mfinnnr I feel it HIT dutv to TfiDlv to vonr very unfair remarks, and will now proceed to do so as briefly as .possible. Charge 1. — You f.tate that ' great dissatisfac ion exists as to the defective arrangements m ade by tbe L 8. N. Co.' foi the forwarding of goods inland.' This assertion is obviously absurd. Every business man is -iware that neither the I. S. N. Co., or any other steam company, under take to forward goods inland. Now, although not compelled, I do perform the -duties of for warding agent for those of our constituents who reside at a distance ;. their goods are weighed,, duplicate way-bills posted, camera engaged, and goods forwar...

TASMANIAN BLUE GUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

TASMANIAN BLUE GUM.'; ' Akqlo-Aubtbalian,' wrt'ng in the Euro-,, pean Mail, Bays no better testimony can be given as to the value of this tree than is con tained in a paper roccntly read before tho Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britdin: This paper, whi- h contains some interesting, facts relating to thoinnuenco pf tbe eucalyptus globulus, or Australian bluo gum tree, in a' malarious district, wore communicated by Mr. R. G. Glover, as having come under his. observation during his recfent ;slay' iii Italy The. locality chosen -for the experiment was the most dosolate part of the Canipagna, about three miles from Rome, where tradition . fixes the place of the execution of St. . Paul- On that spot three magnificent churches, and a monastery were erected, but-, iowai ds the end of tlie last ceutury they -had to 'be aban doned by the fovtr-stricken monks, , and the . ruins had since become a bIiow- place for visitors in tho winter. : About -six inontliB ago some French Trappist monk4, u...

BEGA PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

BEGA PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. The second half-yearly meeting of 'the Bega Philharmonic Society was held in the School or Arts on Wednesday, 10th inst. The following reports were readnnd passed. Messrs. Malcolm, Turnbull, Lenehan, Brown and Black were elected a committee. Officers, werp .all re-elected. SECOND HA LP- YE ABLY REPORT. - Vonr Committee, at the expiration of the sccoDd half-year which the society has been in . operation, have to furnish n |repoft of the pro ceedings for the last six months. ,'lhe society having resolved to purchase a Piano, a suitable instrument was obtained from Mr. Paling at a cost of about £60. For this in strument there is owing, a ^considerable «um, ns i will be shown by the Treasurer's acconnt. An. instalment of £20 was raised by the guarantors advancing £2 each. The next instalment of £20 i will fall due in July. - The practices of the society have been well sustaiuod : the attendance has been -very satisfac tory, and the progress, allowing for vario...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

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

A RURAL PUBLISHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

A BURAL PUBLISHER. Bhidobwatrr, a humble hamlet on the con fines of Broukfield, is tho residence of one of tho most remarkable uitn of tho times. His tiaino is Thomson, and lie is apparently about twenty-four yoais old. Ho has, or rather did have, a store in tliRt place, in which lie kept an assortment of books, pictures, and variouB trinkets. To advanco the sale of these articles, ho printed a small literary paper, setting it off with his own bands, although we never heard how much lie paid for them or if ho paid for them at all. Tlie journal was a remarkable pieco of architecture. It was set up in second hand type ; and as Mr. Thompson and his coadjutors were as ignorant of. the Bizo of type as they, were of the advantages of early schooling, the effect was somewhat singular. This paper was sent to every family throughout the laud which had not taken the precaution to bar its door and was advertised in connection with start ling premiums in many jrurnalB. It is no more than fair t...

BEGA EXHIBITION. PRIZE LIST As finally approved of by the Committee Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

BEGA EXHIBITION. Prize List As finally approved of by the Committee. Horses. James Underbill's Brigadier, 6-guinca cup. Henry Underbill's Pirate, framed ceitificate. James Collins' Ambassador colt, silver medal: A. Kohcrtson's blood colt, framed certificate. Tbns. Heffcraan's Bose, 3-guinea cup. J. Wilson's Rronzewing, framed certificate. J. Wilson's Cossack filly, silver medal. J. Dawson's Venus, framed certificate, J. Jauncey's Juliet, silver medal James Cochrane's Snow Irop. framed certificate James Cocbrane's Lion, framed certificate ? W. Allan's Blossom, 3-guinea cup G. Salway's Jessie, framed certificate. J* Keyes' Miggy Lauder, framed certificate J. Underbill's Lothian Tarn, framed certificate H. E. Wren's Punjaub, £1 . James Underbill's Tomm- jDodd, £2 J. Connelly's Doniiy brook, £2 W. Allan's pair of greys, £2 J. Collins' Cjim ). Cosmo, £1 II. U. Wren's Comus, lQs Cattle. B. L. Tooth's IVth Duke of Butterflies, S-g cup R. Bitcbie's LordCbancellor, framed certificate W. Alle...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

OOMMEEQIAL. - Beoa Standard Office, j Friday evening. 'Wc received Ac following prices current by leleonrm this (Friday) evening : — Henry Priestly & Co's Price List. (13-j Electric Telegraph.) T - : ' ;£ rV.'d.' ,,H»Jzc ? 0 8 S per bus ' Bides ? 0 o 4 ' lb — Tallow... ? SO O 0 ' ton Pigs ? 0 0 6 » lb Bacon ? ? ? 0 0 10 ' ' Butter ? ... 0 2 0 ' Cheese ? 0 0 6 ' ' . _ Oats y ? ... ... 0 a 4 ' Bsrloy ? 0 4 2 ' ' Wattle Bark ... ... - ...? : 8 0 0 ' ton .Flour ,... ... ... is o 0 ' ton IS Sussex-street, Sydney, 12th il/ay, 1876

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

Shipping. Ulawarra Steam navigation ' ? * .? ' ; Company. - WEEKLY 'Steamer between SYDNEY : MF.BIMBCLA, TABTHBA, em EDEN. I ? . Y;; .i , '/ From SYDNEY every TUESDAY .atD a.m From EDEJJ,& MEBIMBULA on FRIDAY ; morning: On' ill occasions calling a . * . TA/ITBA each way; weather permitting ' : ; -Fares and Freights at Very Dow Bates. NO Charge made for* Meals duriog.thi voyages of -these eteatnere. - ,:Aqent8 : Merimbuia, Mr, Vincent Brown .Edenj Mr.-Keon; and at Tarthra, Captair Sergeant. ' . . . / Sydney, 14th May, 1874. , i ^ Begtjlab Communication ? ? '^''1^ ? Between .i-J83K^; - SYDNEY; EDEN, and v,,!^iiLiTO6 . TABTHBA. T'EIjIjB3Sr,' noted'for her fast and regular passages, will in future RUN BEGULARLY between Sydney and Eden, callingatTarthraeach way. : 'For full .particulars as to dates'of sailing and . . ates of freight^ apply, to S. & H.SOLOMON, ' Eden. Business Directory. S. BBOWST, AUCTIONEER, ' LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT. . Qarp-street, Bega.: . Land - and...

REPORTS. O. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT. Bega, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

JJEPOnTS. — X~* O. BASUNGDEN's REPORT. j ? Boca, Mny It). Rtftve Caltle. — Tbrrc is liltcly to be a slipht*tir in -5ire market row 1b«t we bnve had rail), and if the -early frosts only Veep awny we may still look forward to a Rood winter. I sold 2-i0:bead of mixed cattle, from IB months to. 3 years old. ?on account of Messrs. Spenec, M'Nnmnra. Britten, and others, wt nn hveiage of £2 l$s. Tbe above arc purchased by ft person who has taken up n large territory in Queensland. I expect a buyer for ns irumv more shortly. '. . ' Fat Cattle Are becoming scarce, and will be hieb this winter. Quotations: — 18s to 20s per 100 lbs. ? . Horses. — Hacks in pood condition find 'sale i)t * fi.Sr figure. I expect a rise in this market before -winter is over. F. L. BARKERS REPORT' Sydnev, May 6. Tallow. — Continues very saleable, shipping parcels being bought up immediately otmrroint; 1o this market ; local soap-boilers arc also bnyiug freely nil broken packages and odd lots ;pf in ferior tallow, s...

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