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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
AMERICA. Secretary M'Culloch has officially an nounced the public debt on the 31st July to be 2,757,253,275 dollars, showing an in crease of 12,200,000 dollars since 31st May last. The coin interest on the debt amounted to 04,523,837 dollars, and cur rency interest to 74.000,000 dollars. Funds in Treasury specie 36,000 dollars, and cur rency 8],OC)O,O90. President Johnstone has been seriously ill—his health is shaken by hard work and anxiety. Jefferson Davis is still imprisoned in Fortress Monroe, but is treated with due consideration. President Johnstone positively decides not to try him by military court. It is also stated that Davis will never be tried, but allowed to leave the country. Since May 1st, seven hundred thousand men were mustered out of the Federal ser vice, leaving 330,000 on the pay rolls. The negroes cause much trouble, owing to being so suddenly freed without prepa ration ; they are dying by thousands of starvation and disease, and the brutality of Northern soldie...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 4th September. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
| LATEST SPECIAL i TELEGRAMS. London, 4th September. The Albert statue, at Coburg, was in augurated by the Queen. The Lauenberg Convention, between Austria and Poussia, is viewed unfavorably on the Continent. The " Morning Post" says it contains secret articles, against which Europe will protest. The recovery of the Atlantic cable is postponed till Spring. President Johnstone's policy is daily gaining adherents. Slavery is entirely abolished. Captain Wery has been in dicted for cruelty to Federal prisoners. The attempted capture of R. Saunders at Mon treal, was cleverly frustrated. A huge Bank swindle, amounting to five million dollars, has been discovered, and further defalcations and failures are occur iug The naval fetes at Portsmouth were most successful. Sir George Brown is dead. &lt; * September 5th. The Queen has returned from Grennauy. Sej-/ 'mber Oth The Emperor Theodorus has released Mr. Consul Cameron from imprisonment. September 7. Tho cattle disease is spreading...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
INDIA. Mr. Fraser, Manager oftlie India-London Bank, was convicted at the High Court of Calcutta, for a criminal breach of trust, and was convicted to four years' penal servitude. Affairs in Bhootan remain in a state of uncertainty; indistinct offers of peace from the Bhooteas, and great preparations wr war on the part of the British. The Eagle Speed, which sailed from Port Canning 011 the 20th August, for Mauri tius, with 45)7 coolies, was totally lost. The officers and crew only saved. The pilot in charge is dismissed from tlie ser vice for deserting the ship; a Court of In quiry is now sitting regarding the conduct of the officers and crew. H.M.S. Hugh Lindsay was wrecked off Bussora; officers and crew saved.
The Bega Gazette "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
"Quod Petig ltic Est." fif SATURDAY. OP/TORER 91 ISfiS. ! Let all the ends thou uim'st tit be thy country's Thy Goil's, and Truth's Ithen if thou fali'st 0 Cromwell - Thou fali'st a blessed martyr. SuAESPEARti The evils of the indiscriminate granting of j warrants by country Magistrates has been | commented on both by the Metropolitan j and Provincial Press of the colony4, it is j deemed injudicious, and Magistrates are i advised to be very guarded in doing so, j and only in extreme or special cases. The law says:— '* A Justice of tlis Peacecannot grant a warrant upoa an information, unless expressly authorised to do no by Statute or Act of Coucci!, aui even in cases where such authority is given, a warrant is seldom granted in the first insUi'icc, unless in cases where it is likely that tlic party v,i!l abscond as soon as lie hears that the complaint has been lodged against him." In a community like this ,where there is no vagrant population, it is a veiy easy matter to ascertain w...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
Irwin and Tpsneb's Weekly Report.—Sheep Bkins, per lb., from Cj|d. to 74d.; tallow, per cwt., 84s. to 35s.; bides, from 7a. to 12b. each; calfskins, cacb, Is. lOd. 2b. Id.; leather, kip, at Is. to Is. Id.; sole, 8s. jier lb.—October 13, 1.865. Graham Coulter's WbbkM Pao»rcB, CiBcmiAn.— Maiz% per bushel, 8s. to 3s2d; Wheat, 8s Od to 9s (31; cxpe barley, 3s to 8s 0d; English barley, '8s 6d to 4s; oats, 3s6dto4s6d; bran, ls8d to 2s ; hay, lucerne, per ton, £3 10s to £4 10a; hay, oaten, £4 10s to £510s; bacon, per lb. 6d to Od; cheese, fid to 8d, potatoes, per cwt, 5s 6d to 6b 6d ; pigs, per ponnd, 3d ; bide 4, cach, 6s to 12s; flour, per ton, £20 to £22 10s; butter, Is 9d to 2s.—Sydney, October 12,1865. The Oooma station was opened for the despatch of lelev graphic business, on Saturday ut 6:30 ]y:ja , by th. Sujer^ iatendent of Telegraphs. -- .Printed and P.abliahed, by R W. SHARPS, Proprittw at the (rAZETE General Printing Office, Auckland* Street, Btga, New South WaUt, SATURDAY, Ot*...
Local News. POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before J. D'Arcy, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
POLICE COURT. •Saturday, October 14. (Before J. D'Arcv, Esq., J.P.) Henry Underhill was brought up, under warrant, to | answer the charge of William Pollack, for feloniously steal ing and carrying away 20 head of cattle, the property of Abraham Pollack, of Sydney^ Here the warrant was read, it was wduly tigncd and s?aledundcr the hatid of R. Ritchie, J. P. Senior-constable Clcaty, sworn, deposc-d to having ar rested the prisoner, with the cattle in his possession, and lodged him in the lock-up at Bega. I Case remanded till Tuesday, the 17th iniil. Prisoner admitted to bail.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
The Hon. Minister for Lands.—Tin Hon. John Robertson has resigned his seat in the Legislative Assem bly, and only continues to hold office as Minister for Lauds, until his successor is appointed. -The reasons which have induced the hon. gentleman to take this step is taken from his address to the constituency of West Sydney, as follows :—To the Electors of West Sydney.— Gentlemen,—In consequence of tlie neglect ol his engage ments by a gentleman villi whom I a:n extensively con ""-l- ' ' ' W Iieconie nceesary for iny own " interests of I have, by the lamented aci.ni ot Mr. Outice Vvise, was offered on Wednesday last to SIr. Peter Faucett, M.L.A., who ac cepted the appointment. The Chief Justice, on the same day, announced liis intention to retire from the Primary Judgeship, as soon as the business in hand could lie dis posed-of. It is believed that Mr. Justice Hargrave will preside in the Equity Court.—Herald.
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, OCT. 17TH. (Before R. Ritchie, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, Oct. 17th. (Before R. Ritchie, and J. D'Arcy, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Lewis Wilson appeared, on remand, far having a quan tity of veal in his possession, and not satisfactorily ac c jimtsfor it. The depositions of the former hearing were read and John Clear}", sworn, examined by Sub-inspccto-i llussy: I am setjjjjpconsbilile of the Police Forcej stationed at Bega; on flie lltli inst. I was at prisoner's place, looking for a calf (supposed to be stolen; I afterwards searched his house andMttind a quantity of veal; I could not find the hide; thefwisoner told me the dogs or pigs had eaten it. He also told me he killed a calf of his own; he eaid it was twelve months old. James Jf 'Calic, sworn, states; I am a constable of the Police Force, stationed at Bega. By Mr. Hussy : I was with senior-contable Cleavy at prisoner's house, Frog's Hollow, assisting in executing a search warrant, on tbe 11th inst.; I asked prisoner the age of the calf lie said he killed, be ...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 26th August. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 26th August. The Australian June mails were deli vered in London on the 14th and 21st August. Her Majesty's health is much improved by her tour in Germany. Sir Richard Graves M'Donnell, Lieu tenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, has accepted the Governorship of Hongkong. The murrian or disease fatally attacking our cattle is making rapid strides; thou sands are dying otf. Importation from Ireland has ceased, and compelled the Government to adopt remedial and pre ventive measures. It is asserted the dis ease comes from Russia, or France, but is vehemently denied by both. Professor Grainger asserts that the disease does not affect human beings. The Atlantic cable which broke 1030 miles from Valentia, latitude51 N. 3.9.0 W.} was recovered four times by grapnels and cordage. Owing to insufficiency of the latter they had to abandon it, after binding the end securely; the Great Eastern then returned to Crookhaven and Sheerness, all well. The English Channel Fleet met wi...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
SMALL DEBTS COttET. Frucss v. Hammond,—For £10, rent due. Verdict plaintiff. f Christie v. Allen,—For fA 10s., lwlance of an.accov Verdict for 15s. A uctt-otT by a contra, account being lowed. TnE Bbooo PaosPBCirsa CosianrEE Mekting. Tuesday last a meeting of the committee, appointed last general meeting, took place: consisting ul, Jauncey, Mr. W. Tarlinton, Mr. Berne, Mr, It. W. Shu. and Mr. R. Burgess, hon. see. The particular of I, meeting are as follows :—That a eum of £50 be collected by public subscription, to defray the expenses and support a party of four men, as prospectors, for four months; That any person giving any goods 6uch as, rations, tools, &c., &c., be deemed a subscriber to the value of such gifts; That the prospecting party shall consist of, Michael Gilles pie, Mr. Bernard M'Cabe, Mr. Joseph Bulme, and ano ther to be appointed by Mr. Gillespie; That Mr. Gillespie take charge of the part?; That the abovo party be £u;j pliod with a ten}:, tools, and...
ARRIWAL OF THE ALEXANDRA AT ADELAIDE WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL PER BOMBAY. Adelaide, Wednesday, 3 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
ARRIWAL OF THE | ALEXANDRA AT ADELAIDE WITH THE | ENGLISH MAIL PER BOMBAj. (From the Herald's Telegraphij Correspondent.) Adelaide, Wednesday, 3 a.m. The Bombay experienced south-east trades throughout. She rejlirfcs the P. and O. Co.'s steamer Ellora en i?>ute from Eng land to replace the Nor than on the Aus tralian line. I The Alexandra (s.), Captain Bullown, left the Sound at noon, onfche &lt;ith instfj.tit, and encountered a westeiiy gale, with a heavy sea. At 8 a.m. on /he 7th instant, owing to the continued lfeavy cross sea, she was dismasted, losing Ijoth lower masts. Fortunately the engines ycre stoped im mediately. After two hours' active exer tion of captain, officers and crew, they suc ceeded in cutting away tlie wreck, prevent ing it from fouling tlie screw. The AJexandra was enabled afterwiirds to pro ceed at full speed. No lives were lost, nor did tiie steamer receive any further appa rent. damage, notwithstanding tlie unusual j heavy sea prevailing. The Lon...
BODALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
BuDALLA. (From ocn Correspoxdekt.) An ever bountiful Providcnce'has at lon^th replenished the parched e.irtli with seine genial f-hoiver?, and every thing has put or. a gay and reanimated appcisraiiec. Had the drought continued much longer the conscqucnces would have been serious itidecdi for the watcrholes arc empty, the grass burnt hjj, ami the catLle neak and dy ing from want. Itush fires have been prevalent over the whole of this district, and the sky at night presented a most brilliant appearance; tiie mountains in the distance resembling miniature volcanoes, in a ttute of explosion. Our trade has suffered a most serious check by the closing of the Tuross River. A first-rate harbour, accessible at all times could easily be formed at a comparatively small outlay, but the dilapidated finance of the Colonial Trea sury, render it utterly out of the question to make any improvements at present; and thus a splendid district is shut out from competition. October 13th, 1865.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
i§i)c g§fC« "gajcKs 1'S Published orerv SATURDAY MOBXIXG, and fjrw.uvied by post and raunors throughout the vraoio ol'ihe district. Tan ifs c~ Auvrurisrxo:—Twenty-eight words and ua£u'r2-;. liivry arlUtio:i:i\ FourM.n words «,,ia ii'i.ie;' 13. A considerable l-cduetiou will be made for Quar terly and .Animal aJverlisemunls. A'l\'e!'tisi*)iij!:its must state the numberof incerliont riquiiv:!, and paid for in advance. Or.Jcrs i'or with drawal must bo sent to I he officc before C p.m. 011 Thursday's, and all orders for inserting advertisements must be sent, in not later than 1100:1 on Friday's. All Subscriptions must, bo paid in ADVANCE. Par ties lvsiding at a distance can remit in stamps. TESTES ES32S3 PS12TZIR&, Executed in all its various branches, with neiitues" and despatch, 011 Moderate lY-rms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. SegaSteaai Saw 3£il£s. s Ti GOWING and SOX arc now prepared to cut %Uo fctuil' at any length, ...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 October 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS DECEIVED. Mrs. J. Hibburd, 2s 0J; Mr. H. Scliuback, Ben., 2s ; Mr. Torais, 2s 6d; Mr. W. Jloatli, 2s 6J ; Mr. J. Fearee, 2s Gd; Mr. S^reombe, 2s 6d ; Mr. Siangan, 2s Gd; Mr. J. Ssbicli, 2a Gd; II. Wren, Esq., £1 3s Gd ; Mr. Zingel, 2s 6d; E. Wiliams, Esq., 2s Gd; Mr. W. Tarlinton, 2sGd ; IT. Kcslerson, Esq., 2s fid; J. D*Arcy 15sq.,2s6d; Mr. W. Wliite, 2s 0.1; Mr. Duff, 3s; Mr. W. Kiss, 5s.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 October 1865
SMAMngpTSiCQPBE. \ Church CommittBB'T^Cilc\i|^j|pf|^cH. £6. DefenJ.ant didnota5p_ William Black v. 3WBflg«lg^gr£5 12a. Od. Verdict for plninliI. Mr. Ri8,>en, the lal« gwler ttnib, lift Eden on Tuesday i»"t bj the Ellen: the gaol is now in charge of Mr. Gewwcll. Mr. lieepen's departure was much rc* b':euted, as lieliaa made many friends during hie residence at Eden, and was a most effectual officer in tho discharge of his duties in connection with thegaeL Caterpillars have made their appepxanccin Panbula • bni as yet 90 material' damage hfes beau done to the cro^s.
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 October 1865
I wis' and Tthneh's Weesxt Ectoet.—'Shcej* skins, per lb., from Ofd. to 7id.; tallow, per ewt., 34a. to 35s.; bides, from 7s. lo V2a, cach; calfskins, each, Is. lOd. 2s. Id.; laather, kip, at Is. to 1b. Id. 4 sole, 8b. peril).—Octobor 13, 1865. ■ OliiHAM CoUITER's WEEKLY FjlofrtTCE ClEOTliR.— Maize, per bushel, 3s. to 3s2d; Wheat, 8s 6(1 "to 9s Cd; (Ape barley, Ss to 3b 6d; Jpnglish barley, Ss 6'd to 4e; oats, 3b 6d to 4s Cd; bran, 1b 8d to 2s 4 hay, lucerne, per ton, £3 10b to £4 10b ; hay, oaten, £410a to £510s; bacou, per lb. Cd to Sd; cheese, Cd to 8i, .potatoes, per cwt, 5s 6d to Cb Cd; pife'B, per pound, 3d; bides, each, 6b to J2s; flour, per ton, £20 to £22 10a; butter, In toil to 2a.—Sydney, October 12,1-865.
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 October 1865
SYDKEY. (prosi oun Correspondent.) 7500 o'inces of gold arrirod on Saturday froa Ncbon, New Ze.iltn'1, the proiluce of the ^old-ficM at llokitiki. The l&Dgatoto is expc:tc.l daj!y w:.;h "0,000 ou^scs, the produce of a fortnight. Groat numbers of people leaving here ami Melbourne For this new EliioiaJu. lliiiti has passed oti'iis fcuihlcnly as it tame, anrl is now as «lrv as ever; what will Ac settlers in the country &lt;h ? the colony will lie, nc'.'.V'i' snore or less, than in a iitate. of in-f.lv&lt;;::cy. Parliament meets to-'.norrow; I am inforinol there will b« a great row aliout the Finance.".. Saul Samuel is ap piinlnJ Minister of Finance. Wv opinion is, that the Cov.-per Government will lie turned oat, and Ilobertsin'a wiil he sent for; but this is only u suramc on my part. Sydney, October 2-1, 1805.