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J. MELLIDAY'S PRICE LIST. (By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 May 1876

J. Msllidav's Price 1 1ST. _] [ (Bjf Electric Telegraph.) I r- ? £ s. A. S£:: ::: ::: 2 t *vVh-, Bacon ... ... ... ... 0 0 j0 ' ? . - 0, i „ .. ? - . 1 3 9 per bup. rinur ::: ::: 2 A S 0 I-h*°Mrlb 0 0P°rt°n Pips, per lb ? ... 0 0 B S2, Sussex-street, Sydney, 12th Way, 187G. ,

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

? ' ' SffB Meant Business. — They have some : queer, girls over in -Colorado. Oneof them, ? ' who resides in 'the Cache la Poudre Valley, ? had beep receiving tbe attentions of A 'young man tor abonta year ; but, becoming im patient at bis failure to bring matters to a crims,sb6re8olved toascertain hiB intentions. When hSTnto caned ihe took bim gently by ' theear,*l«9|ilmtpa eeat';and said : '* Nobby, ' TOP^rewii'iEooKn'TODDa this-olaim fur mighty near a yoarj M' bejr never Jit shot off yer inontli'ori the manyin'ibfc. : tVe cottoned to veiibon tbesquare clean tbrongb, an' bev to --»- «bip 1ni'an* now I want yer to come down 'to bnjfaeBsorleavie^eiranch.Ef yerlnthe M.%. m'5r^r^^^«n' to'pai^iJiet,JI:fitick rite to. ye m^iMnintver jihecks an'the good Lord f W*®w« *»' ^SS^Tw»Smm»Mer^9m^^.v^ , h'W]tyvb fie»ang-. nuT* Mjf I ? *i -f V^r^rri^wnr-ir ^-r

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

How-to ! Meet : thb ' Winter.— After the debilitatinglieat of summer, the constitution is illfitted to - encounter the sudden climatic cbangeB of Winter. The interval between the two seasorftis the time to brace up the system , to encounter the'Variations of temperature'to ' 1 which it will hesubjefcted. Taken three or four tiroesaday during rthe autumn 'and at the beginning of winter, :OdolphoWolfe'b - SchiedAh- AbohXtio Schnapps fortifieB the' ?ystem against coughs, colds, rhoumatisin, abd ' other Complaints incident totbelattcr season; ' HoiilX3WAT's PiLLS.-T-Stomac.h, Ijiver, and- . Bowels. — There isriotliing. hurtful in the composition of thw4pbrif^ng,:PiHsf^nothing that can iojurethe mroVdelioateconstifution. r They improve' the': appetite; quicken1 the' ' energies of the stomaoh and 'liver, und 'regu late the bowels.. They tliuabecome the. safe- . guards against' indigestion, ^ and: the safeBt promoter ofthebody's groWth and the mind's development. Hollo way'sPillsexert a wh...

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. ( From the Herald1 a Telegrams.) Melbourne, Monday. ? The Northumberland brings news to the 24th March, eight days. .later than by the v last Mail via Suez. - General Summary. London, March 24. The Royal Title Bill passed the third reading in the House of Commons: yester day. — The birthday, of the Emperor, of Germany was celebrated in all parts of the Empire with the slncereBt and most en thusiastic loyalty.; — A man named Joseph Spence started on the 23rd March to walk 110 miles in 24 hours, at the Agricultural Hall, as Weston, the American pedestrian, did only 109^ miles in the same time.— Mr. Baines Oatley, manager of the Co operative Credit Bank, has been charged with Embezzlement. He was committed for trial, and bail accepted .—Heavy falls of snow in Bosnia and Herzegovina impede the operations of We insurgents.' It is ex pected the insurrection -will break out again with, renewed violence, as considerable numbers of volunteers' with supplies aTe arriving ...

MUTINY AND MURDERS. A TERRIBLE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

MUTINY AND MURDERS. ? ' » A TERRIBLE TALE. The malineers charged with the murdeiB of the captain and two mates of the ship Iiennie were given np at Calais to the English authorities on 25th February.. They are eleven in number, and had all been bronght the day before from Nantes, where they had undergone their pre liminary examination before the French ^ au- thorities. The vessel betaifiea to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Bailing under the English flag, and was a three-masted vessel of about 960 tons. The prisoners joined her at Antwerp. The cap tain, Stanley Hatfield, was a Canadian ;',Wortley, the first mate, was an Irishman; and Macdonald, the second mate, was an Englishman. The mutiny and murders took place in the Bay of Biscay in October last, u»der peculiartyjatrocious circumstances. Their object, it was said, was to seise the ship, by which they would have realised £600. Owing, however, to the manly conduct and strategy of the steward, the ship was saved, and tbe'eleven mutineers we...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

[?] fFfiOM OUB TfiLEGB APHTC ^OREES^pfrDENT. ] j [?] ?! The Assembly, after a lengthy 'discns Bion,' passed the;Estimnt;eB forVthfe'; jPublic Works' 1 Department also; ^Eoadg {and Bridges .construction r nd maintenance, in cluding ' the ! item of liBlOOO ,'for the erection of the ^Bega Post and Telegraph Office. . ? -' '. TVia pMrniAf c+.aloA IkA wnnli^ lo'tr /in fiifl table in a few days the regulations undpr which the Government, .propose tocany out a system of immigration. ? The House,1 at its rising to-night. Ad journs until Thursday next'. ??'? - . ? In the action, M'liepd v.Lett,the plaintiff obtained a verdict £100 damages! The GoVernmfent!ar£ in actire communi cation with the Governments of' ' the other ** colonieBintWeslfed'Tintheestflblishment of a secDnd telegraph line with Europe, ^ ' Th'e ' 'Volunteer Tire ' Companies., have decided, toehold a. grand;, torchlight -pro^' ?cession on -the Qneenls birth-night. ? An extraordinary rich -? reef has been discovered atthe Ruthe...

THE EFFECT OF COLD ON MILK [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

THE EFFECT OF COLD : ON MILK The effects of a W temperature on milk have been carefully examined {the Lancet says) by Mr. Bug. Tisserand.lwho recently communicated his observations tp tbe _ . Academie des Sciences. He found that if I cows' milk is immediately, or soon 'after kamn «1...J Z ? I'll ' / . * - «scui£ uionu, ptttucu 111 vessels at Y&nons temperatures between freezing point and 90 deg. F., and the initial temperature 'is maintained for twenty-four .or thirty-si*-, hours, rt will be found that the nearer the temperature of the milk - is . .to -freezing .? point the more rapid is the collection of r cream, the more considerable is the quantity of cream, the amount of butter is . greater, and the 8kimmed;mflk, the butter, and the cheese are of better quality. These facts, he believes* may 'be explained by Pasteur's obs^a6pn8'-Ah|erm^its°fAnd their effect on the .media in which'. they live. It is probable that^the refrigeration ? arrests the evolution of the iiving-brg...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

Dr. Hope. — Since Dr. Hope .was here lecturing on phrenology lie seems to have had some qneer adventures, according to the Mona.ro Mercury. Once, we were told on the authority of that journal, a person supposed to be identical with Dr. Hope leu out 01 a oaicony winaow aaa broke his neck ; but it, seems his neck is sound, or he could not be the principal actor in an affair at St. George, in Queensland, where it appears one Samnel A. Norman (sup posed by the Mercury in be Dr. Hope) was convicted of horse-stealing. The ' doctor,' it seems, made out he was on Government business, and borrowed a horse, which was to be left on the road, where ' two fresh ones were to meet him' It is fair to assume that the 'fresh ones' did not - turn up, as the doctor exchanged the borrowed horse for a mare, and went his . : way, soon to get into the clutches of the police. Doctor Hope, or Norman, as the case may be, made a very impressive and .... able address to the' court, bat has - to 7 endure twelve ...

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. The proposal of Mr. John Gelding, that Government should amend .the law relating to friendly societies, with the view to give them more financial stability, is deserving of much consideration. In these societies a large proportion of the population is deeply interested. W orking men, to a great extent, contribute to their funds, and look to them for pecuniary aid in the time of sickness ; and, in the case of the death of the head of the family or the mother, a small funeral allowance is pro vided. If, after contributing for a number years, the member finds the-JPrSasury ex hausted by the demands of others, and he is unable to get assistance in his time of trouble, privations may have to be endured by himself and family. How far Mr. Gelding is correct in assuming that other societies than the Manchester Unity and Foresters must be wrong in pecuniary matters becanse they have ' lower scales of payments, we are not ^prepared to say. But no one can object to the prin...

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

. , . . — —— — ? r — : — ? — ; Answers to Correspondents. ' Consignee.'— We have said all wc intend to say on the subject of ' transit of goods ' We never knew that the writer of the letter you re fer to called himself n storekeeper before ; but we would ask him if he had not recently a case, properly addressed, sent on to Bombala. ' R. B. B.' — Tea, it was the Spartans who. to Hiaernof a/itiruil Imm nntVi fVi» viVa rtf /Irinlfinrr made one of the Helots *' tight.' We have no means of informing you the style of ' manners ' towards the 'shocldng example' taught to the little Spartans. 'Enquirer' asks — 1. If a person or persons make improvements ou Crown Lands as a house, fence, garden, chureh, JccM to whom do the im provements belong 7 If there is any authority to occupy, the improvements belong to the per son or persons who made them. 2. If a person is allowed to occupy the improvements, can the parties who made them eject him f Yea. 3- Can they, or the oocupier, sell the improve m...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1876. Conditional Purchase. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

LAND OFFIOE. I Thursday, May 11, 1876. Conditional Purchase. No. 62. — John Thomas Collins, county of Auckland, parish of Mogilla, 158 acres 3 roods, section 13, being measured portion No. 97. Thursday, May 18. . No.G3. — Nicholas Harford Riley, county of Dampier, parish of Bermagui, 40 acres, section 13, on Narira Creek. No. 64. — Alfred G. A. Black, county of Auckland, parish of Bega, 40 acres, section ilt, on Bega river, east of his former seuetion. No. 65.— EdwaTd 3. Comon; county of Auckland, parish of Yurammie, 60 acres or more, between his measured portion and the creek. Total Receipts. On conditional purchases ... £74 13 9 For interest ? ... 204 14 1 ? ? £279 7 10

FEARFUL TRAGEDY AT CHAMPION BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

FEARFUL TRAGEDY AT CHAMPION BAY. One of the most fearful tragedies has taken place in the ChampionjBay district which has darkened the annals ofthe colony (Western Australia), and ia gtbus narrated, in the ireeman&e Herald Mr. Kenneth Brown) the head'of one of the most important families ' in the country^has shot liii wife.. A. few- years ago JMr. Brown, then *a flourishing settlor, went over to'ilelbourne xvith a horse called ' Victorian '—a great local celebrity — in the hope of winning the Champion Cup. This led to bis stopping in Victoria, where bo mot.with'ab'd fmarriodlhe unfortunate lady who bas just fallen by his liand^ From the, evidence given at theJCotoner's inquest it ap pears that 'during the day rof^the fatal oc currence, Mr. Biown had^a quarreljw.ith^the deceased, and threatenedjtoblow up the house with a fiaBk of powder which be had in Iub liand.Q^This was taken' away from^himhy a man named SimpBon, wbo was removing Bome furniture. He then 'armed himself- wit...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

We observe the Government have ad vertised for tenders for leasing the wharf at Eden for three years. In the present state of the trade of that almost forgotten seaport, it is most likely that the wharf will be let for a mere trifle, and that the advantage to the revenue will be almost nil, while it will give the lessee a legal claim to strangle what little trade, remains to Twofold Bay, by enforcing the almost obsolete wharfage regulations on the goods that pass inwards and outwards. That these wharfage rates have not been long since repealed is a disgrace to this free-trade colony ; and, in fact, as to the ports of Wollongong, New castle, and some others, they hare been long since abolished, and they are now only maintained in Sydney to give the private wharves a chance of paying Bome return for outlay made years ago, and to keep up a monopoly for landing places that are a disgrace to the beauti ful harbor of Port Jackson. In 1873, when the bill for the aboli- ! tion of these whar...

PANBULA POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

PANBULA POLICE COURT. Monday, May 15. Before Vincent Brown, Esq., J.P. Samuel Thompson Shipway was charged with having committed wilful and corrupt perjury in an affidavit made before Mr. Williams, a commissioner for affidavits, in support of an application for a prohibition in Webb's case, that he heard defendant say ' that he would swear, if the Justices allowed him to give his evidence, that he never sold any grog.' Mr. Rawlinson appeared for the accused. Constable Woods deposed that he prose cuted in Webb's case, which was heard before Messrs. Keon and Baddeley. Webb was ' convicted in open court: . Produced the affidavit, which was the basis of this- prosecution. Heard the Bench ask Webb if he had any witnesses to- call or any evidence to give, when Webb replied, ' No ; it is all spite.' The Bench did not refuse to allow .him to be sworn, or to give evidence on his own behalf in the case. Edward Williams deposdti : Is a com missioner for affidavits ; the defendant swore to the ...

AUSTRALIAN YARNS. THE BUNYIP OUT ON THE SPREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

— ' AUBTRALIAM YARNS. THE BUNYIP OUT ON THE SPREE. Bomb three and twenty years ago, during tbe Wild «'cHcmcut of the .first break-out of the j gold discovery, I was rambling about the old , Bnndigo — a very different place to the present J fine city of Sandhurst, as it is now called Being in need of some refreshment I turned | inin a nnnnpinim sliantv. fitted ud as a restau rant. The bill of fare «luck 'np oh a post offered something appetising— from wallaby soup to Murray cod. -The waiter Btruck me as being somewhat ont of place ; bis active, jannty air,' polite address, and graceful jvavo of his rather dirty napkin; suggested an idea of a -West'Ehd Lbhdon club, where, it Is not improhahlo', be bad taken bis degrees. I accosted him : Traveller: ' Wbat can you give me for dinner, waiter1?' Waiter : ' What would you like, sir ?' Traveller : ' Well, I should like some roasted tiger, stuffed with tenpenny nails, with top-hoot snuce, and some bottled light ning, and 1 think I shall do.'...

CANDELO GRAND HANDICAP. DECLARATION OF "WEIGHTS." First event (150 Yards) to start at 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

CANDELO GRAND HANDICAP. Declaration of ' Weights.' First event ( 160 vardsl to start At 2 n.m. J. Dunn — scratch. W. Abbott „ 3. M'Gratb ) . J. M'Lachlan V 4 ynrdi W. Chapman ) B. Buckley — 7 yards . B.Grant f J. V. Griffiths - ' 10 yards A. A. Wren .1 W. Sixoa— .£6 yards ? _ . ? Second event (300 yards), to start at 3,30. ° J. Dunn— scratch W.Abbott I J-^'Grath I €yards J. M'Lachlan - ( W. Chapman 1 B. Buckley— 12 yards B. Grant — 15 yards aIwIT8! 18*ards W. Bixon — 28 yards Third event (440 yards), to start at 4.30, W.DChapman} 8cratch W. Abbott j J. M'Gratb {? 8 yards J. M'Lachlan! B. Buckley — 14 yards B. Giant — 18 yards W. Bixon — 36 yards

CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

.. CRICKET. To Bembooka and Numbugga clubs may be said to belong the credit that cricket has not been allowed to die a natural death in our district th:s year. It is true onr Candelo friends make a spasmodic effort now and then, and occasionally half - J ? ? T-_~_ I,/,...'. tt-uuseu uicu uiuovct iui #» uuui o practice here, but cricket is practically, dead with us. The two clubs we have mentioned, however, hammer away in a spirited way ; their practices ? are well attended, and of the Bembooka . club especially ; and the other, although but a few months . in existence, has done good work, as shown by their performance last Saturday. On that day both*clubs mus tered for a return match, Bembooka hav ing been previously victorious. The trysting ground was at Mr. M'Guinness' farm, where a tolerably level wicket has been arranged, and noon on Saturday saw the wickets pitched, all hands having pre viously 'fortified' with, an ample lunch. The Bembooka men went first to the wicketB, and ma...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

[?] NOTICE. ME. W. J. OSBORNE is authorised to COL LECT ACCOUNTS duo to the Pro prietors' of the Bega Standard, and his receipt will be sufficient discharge for the same. 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, Tickets/ Circulars, Programmes, Posters, Sc. The United Insurance Company (Fire and Mabine). Capital £500,000. Unlimited Liability. SSeaiZ Office : 25^, Seorge = street, Sydney, Agent At; Bega : H, It. BL1GH. Fire and Marine Insurances. Tlie Norwich Union Fire Insu rance Society. The London and Lancashire Fire and Life Insurance Company The ; Batavia Sea: and Fire Insu rance Company. Messes. M'KENZIE, GODDARD & CO, ^ Agente, Exchange, Sydney. rriHE WPEKSIGNED hasbeen appointed J. AGENT for tbe above Insurance Com panies for Bega, and is prepared to accept Firo Insurances on advantageous terms and...

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

BROWN MOUNTAIN. Cfeom our correspondent.) The protracted drought is fast showing' its fatal effects among the stock in this portion of the district. Numbers of cattle are poor and thin to face the cold season, have died, and the general -bulk of them and it is not unlikely that there will be heavy losses this winter. Many people ? t ? ? i:r_ ? xt. ? iti ^ i ? lire neepiug mv m tucir cnivm vy oak and apple trees, on the leaves on which they may exist for some time. ' There were good steady showers here lately, but I 'fear the season .is too far advanced to admit of the rain producing much good results, as the frosts are al ready beginning to show, and as the ground cools there will not be much spring. It is thought that many paddocks in this neighborhood will have some tons of bones to show before the .winter is over. Mr. C. Farrell, who'has recently moved to this locality from Bembooka, has fallen a victim to the ravages of bush fires, hav ing had a great quantity of his fencing stu...

SHIPPING. EDEN. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 May 1876

SHIPPING., 1 EDEN. ' 1 ARRivRT). I IfithMay. — 'Ellon,' sch,, Captain Nicholson, from Sydney. Manifest. 22 baps salt, csk currants, cfl sardines, 2 rolls matting, 3 kgs nails, 2 drama oil, 100 qr-sacks flour, bale hags; 61 mats sugar, pkge shovels, 2 bdls bedsteada, 1 cs, R. M. Broad - - Csk entrants, cs axes, 10 bxa soap, bale hay, 3. M. Maber 25 cslcs an'! 9 cs bottled beer, 38 pine boards, pkg sashes, qr-csk brandy, SI cs spirits, chair, kg gna powder, J. J. Connelly 8 cedar and 30 pine boards, P. Manning 5 iron tankB, 2 cases, csk, 2 bgs bags, D. Gov-ing 24 csks cement, pee sheet lead, 2 pes lead piping, 2 bdls ^rackcts, bdle down piping, 2 bends. bath, 12 lengths iron pipev shower box, rod lead, 6 bdls guttering, brass tap, pump, bag sundries, bent pipe, Stcnteford 1 bdl battens, C2 hoards, Mrs- Prescott 1 cs {use, 42 sheets iron, leg powder, M, J. Pedcn 6scks floor, cs kerosene, h If -chest tea, 2 bags sugar. H. Miller . 6 bags flonr, W. Cnrtiss 2 kgs wine, 2 mate sugar, pkg, ...

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