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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
BM @8&lt;ws I'rOSPKcting Party.—Wc would impress on the minds of the gentlemen forming the committee that, as the pub lic have guliscribed certain funds for Hie above object, it becomes their imperative duty to attend the meeting called for on Tuesday next; apathy on the part of the committee will be detrimental to theohjoct in view, and a breach of faith with the public. Special Religious Services.—On Wednesday last, in accordance with the expressed wish of the metropolitan Bishop, service -was held in St. John's Church, and a mo^t impressive sermon was preached by the Rev. ,T. L. Knight, having reference to the long and severe drought which the coj'ny is at present suffering from, and imploring the Almighty again to visit the land with fruitful showers. Auction Salk.—We would call attention to tliesaleljy Mr. Fred. Berne, on Tuesday next, at 2 o'clock, of mer chandise, horses, cattlc, &c. Mail Costiiacts.—The following lenders for the con veyance of Mails have been...
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. (From the Braidwnod Dispatch-.) The Parliament assembled on tlie 24th ult. The Governor's speech stated that the recent appraise ments have largely augmented the revenue. Arrange ments have been made for extending District Courts to WaggaVTagga.Deniliquin, and Armidalc. It is proposed that a new bill will be brought on to regulate the prison discipline of tbe colony and to institute a thorough reform on the whole subject, as well as bills for the establishment of industrial schools, and for the creation of road trusts throughout the different districts of the colony. Bills are also to be introduced for the better regulation of Lunatic Asylums, aud for the amendment of the Municipalities Act, the Stamp Act, the District Courts Act, the Super annuation Act, the Volunteer Act, and the Immigration Act. Immigration is to be better eueouraged by effecting an alteration in the present upset price of Crown lands of an inferior description and in hack and distant situa...
MR. COWPER AND HIS MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
MR. COWPEIl AND EIS MINISTRY. f/'Vow the Empire.) It is hardly possible for people to ask themselves sometimes what is it that con stitutes the influence of Mr. Cowper. Without the advantages of a liberal edu cation, and possessing no ability beyond what we meet with in shrewd, ready minded men every day, Mr. Cowper has contrived for years to occupy the foremost place among our public men. What is it that has enabled him to achieve this suc cess ? Is it that he has identified himself with some important principle in Govern ment, and made it his own by years of con sistent advocacy? Men whose single minded earnestnsss served them in place of high ability have at times so enobled themselves. But Mr: Cowper is not re markable for talent and accomplishments, he certainly is remarkable for being iden tified witli no public principle whatever. From year to year he has fed upon the thoughts of other men. Starting in life as the narrow-minded opponent of all liberal doctrines, he step by st...
The Bega Gazette. "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
"Quod Petia Hie Est." . SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1865. The Governor's speech at the assembling of Parliament-, states that the j'ear's Revenue equal s the expen d 1 ture: thisclause, as well as all the others of the Vice-Regal speech, is very vaguely worded; it does not positively assert that our expenditure and income are equal, though at first sightit looks very like it, and the impression is taken as such; but there are grave doubts as to the actual fact: it appears that it is not the increase of revenue that has ■ broriglit about this desirable result, but the decrease, of expenditure or, in other words, sums that have been voted for Public Works, roads, &c., &c.> has not been ex pended, consequently still remain part of the Revenue; this voting of estimates is a complete farce in many cases, as the money is never expended. The Financial position of the Colony is in no better posi tion now than it was previous to the poroguing of Parliament, nor are there any pro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
13 Published every SATUBDAJT MORNING, and forwarded by post and runners throughout the "wnoie of the district. Teems op Advertising:—Twenty-eight words and under 2s. Every additional Fourteen words &ud under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quar terly and Annual advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of insertions required, and paid for in advance. Orders for with drawal must be sent to (he-office before G p.m. on Thursday's, and all orders for inserting advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday's. All Subscriptions must be paid in AD VANCE!. Par ties residing at a distance can remit in stamps. LETTER PRESS PRINTING, Executed in all its various branches, with neatnes* and despatch, ^>n Moderate Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district pr6mptly attended to. Bega Steam Saw Mills. D GO WING and SON are now prepared to cut • stuff at any length, up to 30 feet. Boards and Battens, 13s. per 100 feet, at...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 4 November 1865
MARRIED. October 30.—By special license, at the residence of the Bride's Father, Kent Farm, Bega, by the Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A., Mr. Robert Burgess, of Bega, to Harriett Sara, second daughter of Mr. Horrex Read, late of Ips- wich, Suffolk, Englend.
PANBULA. POLICE COURT. MONDAY OCTOBER 30TH, 1865. (Before Messrs. Keon, Manning, Lloyd, and Bennett, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Police v. John Watson and James Clark. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
PANBULA. (FROM ODR CORKK8PONDENT.) POLICE COURT. Monday October 30th, 1865. (Before Messrs. Keon, Manning, Lloyd, and Bennett, Ksqrs., J.P.'s.) Folice v. John Watson and James Clark. Prisoners were brought out of the lock-up charged with stealing achesnut mare, tlie property of A. M'Causland, of Lochiel. From the evidence it appeared that the mare in question was missed out of Mr. Condon's paddocks, at Wolumla, aliovt three weeks ago, and the two prisoners were seen in company on the road to Mcrimbula on Friday week, Wat son riding the mare, and the other man a grey horse; in formation was given to the police, and they were both ar rested the following morning at Merimbula, and lodged in the Panbula lock-up. The owner found his mare about two miles or so from Mcrimbula, in a place where she was tracked bra black-fellow, and when found'bad her brand altered from A into A with an L conjoined; prisoner Wat son did not claim the mare as his property, and prisoner Clark wasgoiug to bring...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
fommwiflC, John Campbell, and Co's Pboddce Circular — Arrivals during the past week have continued light, and the prices of several articles have again considerably ad vanced. Maize, the demand is very brisk; 3s lOd. was was refused to day for a cargo, and 5s 5d. the general price now. Wheat.—We have sold Adelaide during the week at 12s Od Fmua is in brisk demand. Adelaide at £30 to £00, and Chillian £28. liacon—7d to9d. fair demand. Butter—Is 9d. per lb for best. Cheese—4d to Od. per lb Potatatoes—£6 to £7 $ ton.—Nov. 4ih. Iuwin asd Tvbnee's Wkeklt Kipoet.— Wool 12d to lGjd Greasy 6|d per lb. Sheep skins, per lb., from 0 d. to 74d.; tallow, per cwt., 84a. to 35s.; hides, frou> 7s. to 12s. each; calfskins, each, Is. lOd. 2s. Id.; leather, kip, at If-1. to Is. 8d.; sole,|8d.. per lb.—November 3rd, 1865. Graham Coulter's Weekly Produce Cirooiar.— Maize, per bushel, 4s. 9ilto Ss : Wheat,. 10s- to lis 0; cape barley, 8s to 3s fid; English barley, 3s 6d to 4s; oats, 3s Cd to 4s Od; br...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
SYDNEY. (From oon Correspondent.) Business in the wholesale line is very dull, but, gene rally spesHn^, parties are afraid ot sending goods in the country, it W>eing in such a bad state; I expect we shall have a great many failures connected with the farming line. Thegold fever still rages; about 250 passengers left in the James Patterson. Diggers are coming to town in great numbers from the various gold-fields. The arrival of the s.s. Otago from Ilokitiki is anxiously looked for. The P. N. Z. & A. F. M. Co.'s steamship, Claude Hamilton arrived on Wednesday night, bringing 3500 ounces of gold from Ilokitiki, and left for that port on Friday with 144 passengers. On Thursday last there was a very violent thunder stoam, accompanied by some smart showers, during the night the rain fell in torrents, with a few short intervals, until Saturday morning. So far an could be ascertained from the telegrams, the rain seems to have been general in its extent. \ News from Auckland, New ...
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
EDEN. ARRIVALS : November 3.—City of Hobart (s.\ Captain Clinch, from Hobart Town. November 4.—You Yangs (s.), Captain Hassellton. Passengers.—Mr. Baird, and 3 in the steerage. DKPARTURF.s : November 3.—City of Hobart for Sydney. Passengers. —Mrs. L. A. Moses, aud 3 in the steerage. November 4.—You Yange lor Sydney. Passengers.— 4 in the Bteerage. IMPORTS : Per City of Hobart,—Barrel ale, Falltner; coop Spanish fowls, cask oranges, Solomons.—Per You Yrwgs : Pack ing machine, Barclay and Teas. exports: Per City of Hobart,—37 sides bacon.
MELBOURNE. (From the Herald's Telegrams.) MELBOURNE RACES.—SPRING MEETING. FIRST Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
MELBOURNE. A. (Prom, ike Herald's Teletrrame. J MELBOURNE RACES.—SPRING MEETING. Fir8I Day. Maiden Plate.—Day and Martin, I; Lancer, 2; Kerosene, 3. Ascot Vale Stakes.—Seagull, 1; Flight, 2. Fish-hook came in first hut was disqualified. Melbourne Cup. of 20 sovereigns each, and a piece of plnte, value £100, and £100 added. Net value of the Stakes, £1035. Mr. Marshall's Tory Boy, aged, 7st 1 Mr. Dowling's Panic 2 Mr. Watson's Riverina 3 Angler 4 Twenty-three horses started. On passing the grandstand the first time, Panic held the lead, clowly followed by Poet, Minstrel; and Tory Boy in the order named ; Fisher's toair in the nick, close up. Bofore reaching the o'. i si and there was a great tailing off—Panic still leading, Before reaching the abattoirs Poet and Minstrel were beaten. Tory Boy, improving bis position at every stride, went up and passed Panic between the rails; and Riverina, emerg ing from the ruck, made an effort, but failed to catch th.e leader—Toiy Boy winning by a l...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. Eawson, 2a 6d; Mr. 3. Hanlon, 9s; James Ryan, Wolumla, 2s 6rt; Mr. Roberts, 2s 6d ; Mr. John Perry, 2s 6d; Mr. P. Manning, 2s fid; Mr. Mark Perry, 2s 6d; W. D. Tarlinton, Esq., 2» 6d ; Mr. A. Ballantyne, 2s 6(1; Mr. J. M'Gregor, 2s 6d; Mr. Gee, 2s Cd ; Mr. J. Mal colm, 2s Cd; Mr. Bhele, Boggy Creek, 6s; Mr. G. Blackar, 5s; Mr. Thomas Tapper, 7sGJ,
BUSHRANGIMG IN QUEENSLAND. ROBBERY OF THE CONDAMINE AND TAROOM MAIL. (From the Darling Downs Gazette, of the 22th October.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
BUSHRANG1MG IN QUEENSLAND. ROBBERY OF THE CONDAMINE AND TAROOM MAIL. (From the Darling Downs Gazette, of the 22th Ootobcr.) We yesterday received information, through the court soy of Mr. Watts, of the Engineer Read Department, that j a case of sticking-up occurred in this colony, by which the j perpetrator managed to obtain a neat little sum of between three and four hundred pounds, and as he appears to he rather a flash individual, we prcdict that under the new Criminal Enactments, when he is caught and tried, as lie infallibly will be, he will be sentenced to certain sevce floggings, besides the imprisonment, which is proper',y very hcry heavy, and appertains to bushranging. Our in formation is to the effect th;it on Monday week last, the mailman—with the mail-bags, as is usual, npon a pack horse—was pursuing bis journey between Walloon (Mr. Ferrett's) and Juandah (the Messrs. Boyd's), when at Sandy Creek he was bailed up by a man wliobad been seen by the shepherds in the neighbo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
FrecL Berne's "Weekly Register of Landed. Properties, to Let or for Sale.. FOR SAI E Oil TO LET,, DWELLING- HOITRE unci Stores, Yowafca, Pw bulft. First.flHPR ptand That newly-finished,Cottage at Edon, well-known; as Mr. Manby'e) with two aorcB of Land. A House in Church-strfet, Bega. 12 Acre Paddock, in the immediate vicinity of the -j Township. , ' PnxKTKnand Pablhhcdh/ R W. SHAPPE, Proprietor at the GAZETTE Gemra1 Printing Office, AvfJJand-. Street, Bega, New South Wales, SATURDAY, No vernier 11. 1805.
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
MliltTME'JLA. arrivals : November 2.—Hunter (s.), Captain Sullivan, from Syd ney. Passengers. —Mrs. Green, Messrs. Heritage, Green (2), and 5 in the stowage. Departures: November 3.—Hunter(s.), Captain Snllivan, for Syd ney. Passengers.—Mrs. Thompson, Misses Thompson (3), Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Martin, Messrs. Henwood, Green, Parsons, Clack, M'PHcc, Condon, and 9 in the steerage. Imports : Case sundries, Navlor; cask biscuits, 24 boxes tea, package pipes, 2 bales tpipaulins, lias; oatmeal, case pickles, 3 boxes sperm candles, 3 boxes moulds, case vinegar, case starch, cask soda crystals, paper parcel, can vass pared, 2 bundles collars, bundle trace chains, bundle i liames, case sundries, bundle buckets, 2 blocks, 2 dray boxes, 11 bars iron, keg trace chains, truss drapery, case pickles, ease starch, 2 boxes moulds, 2 boxes sperm can dies, package blue, 200 sacks Adelaide wheats wood keg, case axes, dozen galvanized iron buckets, 21 bars iron, case ironmongery, i bundles harness, bundle col...
The [?] [?] "Quod Petis Hie Est." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 11 November 1865
"Quod Pctis Hie Est." SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1865. The Electorate of Edep comprises the counties ofDampier and Auckland, and extends on the coast line from Neligen or Babeman's Bay, to Cape Howe; this por tion of New South Wales returns one re presentative to Parliament. - Now, this colony has a free representa tive responsible constitution, and it is the right of every portion of it to be fairly re presented. The system in England is—in order that all classes should have a fair share in the Government of the country— in returning members to Parliament: first, to represent counties, then towns and. cities ; lastly, institutions, such as Univer sities, &c., &c., and according to their popu lation returning two or more members ; thus in England the whole of the people have a fair share in the legislation of their country, and the interests of all classes are fairly represtented. But, in this colony the interests of all classes are not fairly re presented, and without r...