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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

Church Services. ChurpTi^f^gngl&ji-i;T. . . *-. ^N'wetpb'eFiK. ;.n ., lV Bega. 11 -5.; ^nd' -5 3 0 pirn, ~Her . Mr. FanDce. .vr 7.' '1 - ; :^;-toaShoUo:'\;-^1;; :/lf v : : . KoTCtobcri. : ? ?-. : ; . runlio1*, 11 ».ni; -.. r :. . . ,«.y.'. ? -, llovember IB. . Evening Derations at T p.m. Presbyterian. -t TRK Rev; AV.j Bak-eri will (D.v,) preacb on ? ''Oil Stitiilhj- :«?-,?! '.,i ?- ,'.i - ? : ? - ''? ???? ? JfoTembe'r 6 . ?? - -?? « Bepa 11 sura oatrnl 7:30f).ra.— Uev; W. Baker :? Wr1 t I ' ».m.— Mr;'M-irriaaii i. i. : ': ? ; ?? ? ?-?' ? ?' -? : : '?' : ' ' ? ? -'?' ? 't; I V' '![ ' QERVI0E4n-toiin'fle(lbh ivItlitheWeBleyab- W ? Church;wiH lie field as fqljowB!^ ? . :? ? ?-' , ,???. n '-1 r, 8,' ??-'.?;*? BeKn,-lJ a-m.. Bnd 7..90:p.m, . ' i. ^ ;j , Brogo, 3 p.m.—Eev, J. AL ^VaSdeli. - J. r: , KoVemberl9.! Oobargo, '; ;V' .* . ?- J. Brogo, 3 p.m. . ' '[ '' ^ V,/r Bega, 7.SQ p.m. — Bev J. A. Waddcl!, . JflJT - fR 05 RAM M£ : ' ' ;' ^NCHEON;: i}i9V.--.-i:V'.*r-0 -:?:.??. . iii ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

[?] [?] [?] ? VADGHAS;i.Wl:*Porteri .lipv6 !been\icom-,i mitted,:for ^jtrialon-Beveaihargcsof-bur-' jglarjr/.^'''- -;tv\&vjyS.\ ?-'.(.'?«'} Certain' official'^ 1 ' 'connected 'Witt' ' tie ^un^cipaj ^potuicil Jamteen susj?eiiae4 , tionsegajgup'*^ '^wk/vge,', . worts.; y;;i^ ,({ ' 7. A dreadful^iipliemtitclerwas comnjitted' At fetmtfton Wednesday; ; A. man nameQ Lurfoffl^cirtl^,e'll3^atS:rfij4s'iitoOT'8dnB-i Poli^^j(5He,iiBj sypjog^l ' ^bei^PURRgi under a fitrof temporary insanity. , . ? ... Anjmmanfe-fiia-voccijxysd.at - Blenhieni, JTew. ZeaiandjSthe , principal business places and tfie^pufelio^omoes -we're hhirhi to A payable gold '6^3SaB^een dteroverea° »tu^ ? I 'Si% The vessels of tb^^^tagluin spuadron j VJWill rendezvous at Sydney m December. ' In tbe event of declaration of war, a fngate c ite?^g^^m^erby' iuli?:, certap(y.«S(s^5;#§?.r;^ Hie': Monaro. :Merauty ^ilant was - Bold yesterflajr^ -by ^rj/.'H^e|j[;! :«uctioaeeiv Mr/ _ JBjfjppigv wiis . ^ur^a?er,.at £750,] Mr. '£...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

Tjie MAVAro: — -Thcl. 6. :N. Go.'s new steamer Mnpnro arrived in Sydney after n fair passage of 67 dnys, from Greonock. She-.is a very sightlyrrlonkiiig TesseliOf SiO^ tons, with engines of 90 horse-power, driving twin -4-blndde4 sorows ^Grififith's patent), _ .The . engines ? are c'ompoundod,- with' inverted - cylin'ie^s, thfi co.n sumption of coal being iiboyt lO'tops per diiy. Slic js spar-decked, mid supplied 'prith a steam winch forward for dmeiinrg-ing or receiving enrgo ' nnd'. purchasing the anchor when necessary. The j-.assengpr. npepmniodation consists of a main saloon neatly fitted witli ample space for thirty passengers, supplemented -by a kdy's ualoon with berths for ten persons. ''' There -ire attached bntl|s and ample sanitary regriirements; The ventilation has, also been judicioiisly . earried ijut. ? The fore cabin is commodious, and well doubtless meet the requirements of. the trade.; Altogether tho-Moharo is a credit to her builders, ilessrs. Russell and Co; The s...

MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

MERIMBULA. ' [fEOM a COBEESJP'ONDENT.] I TMe 'heavy dewsi «and rain intermingled haVe] .given'; a;, isjngular. . freshness to /the; atmosphere which we cannot.aitogether . realise, although, min£. yon, we appreciate it. .. ' I.inay say ihe general' rain; and heavy falling of moisture has liad ^e cffeSliif makihg eveiythinginJour little (village-ship) ;(can't ctill it. a' township.) : look- particularly green, 'Especially some; of |the .'inhabitants, ? Panbula .has challenged Meriinbula to play .-a-^ame of Cricket; -'and of course most of those -who will read this taiow tliat '^'e . Panbula. clubhas been, established 'lor somp ' time, while the Meriinbula club has oily been - lately - .organised,' find' , its members have had no practice; however, Merimbula intends to go in and win, if they .cai,1' arid, if they can't, how ; can they ?, however, jthey 'will do their level bfest. Rumours ^re, circulated that a dispute jwill ari^ abpict' furnishing the requisite . supplies to keep up a...

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT, I ' Spun,'* Bgqa, — I. We could tell you the yearly cost of our rare tele cruras, but -o not consider I foe informati.-n would interest the public. 2. Last Kega races were held on thejirst and third of Jtiuuarv : tbe second ^a^TSi/hdny.? r f f,T True to our Principle «. ^AmBPAY. NQyjEMBER-^-187-6. -

(To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

—LTP-the Editor ofthe Bega Standard ) . | Eflitnr of the Go^etfei appoars to take ei'-eptidj} 'tp' the Two-pfennj Heading . Room,' ,i-ut then be mu^tbear in mind that is - the only place^'iI pnptr'lB *^rrSred ; literature of a higher order con be obtained at a proportionate fate. ; ' i ? 1 ' I am deltgiitca to see 1 nat ne noias ine review ..of Jiisjniirnal in such high ratimation, and that helsglvinR-ltKnch-^eiteutfvepublicity ' 'J'he tnis^ral^e aqd abominable rqbbisb in the isfue of tbe 2nd insuint ia -elow contempt.' This, 'i6 far as I am'c niernnd, isthe/aate. ; Thapkingyoufbr the trouble X have given, ' » s 1 ! £. 'i' £ I am, Uc„ HEN'^Y WREN. J KamCruka, Novembers; 1876. . /.

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

, It is now about t' irty -yeltrM since Bega emerged frnrjj tlio ^ twp Or ,tl(ree bgrk lljitfl ' period, titifl 1^mp !?' town^ -lias gradually 8trii{rg]6il'in£o .'nolice,;-:keefb-i! i«g pace during these , i.ri'jkrs, with j the steady advance ot tlii? wliolp district. The history of Bega, lioweyrr, may be jsaid to have commerced ivith- thp . p^s King of -Ml*. Hobebtson g I-aiid Act ; . and ft is owihg 'to the satisfiietbi-y worLing of that rnensuro tliat tliig . part ot the dbuntry -lias -benn inii(l& ? to bear. the prosperous1 : Jiomeis of 1 a of sturdy yeomanrv — ' t.lie futureC'nser vativep of the colony,'' as a politic al speaker recently styled' tliei 'sejiiclora:' Tie old squatting in tresis hgve been gradually ntisorbed in those of the selectors, and .^f there were disputes ati-jl ' jealo.iisjpa they are .fllinost ' foi^dtten/' iind jhe erewhile iSqua^ter ard the Free ?Selector now manage to live in har mony ftnd neighbourly good-fepling.' The author --f the measure t...

TOURISTS IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

1L TOURIST'S IMPRESSIONS, d [prom ona panbula. correspondent.] ' ! .'-And so they contemplate a Mechanics. Institute in ambitious Merimbula J- For social, moral, and individual improvement, Sio'other institution ^ifio're pertinent' could be devised. My impression as a tourist is that a spirit of enquiry is abroad amongst bush residents which it would be well to. encourage.' - ' My friend, -the tourist, generally gives vent_to his. leading idea as he settles him- . self in. hisarm^hair forliis evening's '^tsol-'- loquy, . L'j.'jlJt j'j- ; -.'j, 1 fibr&trii ' Tn t.ViR bush wedoriiotr ;want. lectures on abstruse science : nor are we particular about conversations on belles lettres. What 'v|e really Wari't is .- a quiet' corner 'where r ma^ra of|gen^^. ;interest could be -dis-' cussed ; easy' ftcOess td books of: useful' knowledge^, j^ejiiodicajs and newspapers. This is the programme' issued, by. tlie. pro-. ,moters of the Merimbula Mechanics' Insti tute, not forgetting an occas...

THE MINISTERS' VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

; THE liTNISTERS'- VISIT. ! :1;: I* accordance with the announcement, a numerously -attended meeting was held aj; the Court House, on Tuesday, to consider ^rangetnents for. _the.. reception; of., the; , Hois. J. Robertson and ,W- B. Dalley, and 1 our member, Mr. Clarke. ? ^Lr. Peden, occupied the chair, and mentioned that ! since the dnnouncement'inade in Siiturday'e'' ' paper that the Ministers would be here next week, he naq.;. received a telegram frojn Mr. Clarke to the'- effect that -in con sequence of Mr. Dalley: 1 being engaged at. the Central Criminal. .Court, on Tuesday next, the departure, of the party was post , poned until Saturday evening, 11th inst.,' and thtit the Thetis or Ajax, .Government steamer, would convey .the- visitoi-s^ , .who- might be expected to reach ' Tarthra on. Monday morning, the 13th. This meeting,' he said, had beencalled to. -make: arrange-; ments -to give the Ministers- 'raiid -'parity a,, proper reception. It was suggested to have, a public dejev...

ITEMS BY THE TORRES STRAITS MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

ITEMS BY THEi TORRES STRAITS !'i : MAIH ' (From the Herald.) Y r An English Expedition ris- to .-start nejrt yiear from Pekin for India' by : way of- ; Thibet. ;! . i. . The Japanese have ' Etruck oil.' Welis have i been ' -discovered, in TJgo .yielding 10,000 gallons per diem of kerosene^ ,'s'aid j ?to be jsuperior to the imjrarted. ' ' ' . . . A. .destni'ctiye fire' occurred at San Francisco on 2-8th August,'' whereby hundreds were rendered, homeless. Russia still plays a cautious part in the Servian war. Hungary -purposes to send 20,000 men, if Russia continues to send troops. There should soon 'be a move among the Magyars, as Ilusjian officers and soldiers are daily joining the Servian army. .' '' '''* . President M'Mahon ias.madea grand tour of France ; he iriet with a great recep tion, aud found-1, 000,' (00 men disciplined and under arms. No partichlar news from the seat' :of war ; tlie Turkish troops are 'said - to bo trying to cut nff foinmunication between Keligrad and Bel...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

[?] Oqr columns are opfln to correspondence on auy ' :? ? »ubjeot;of interest, rbnt wp jn noway identify ' 'ourselves iyith the ppfnlons expressed,' ' ;

COMMERCIAL BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

COMMERCIAL, BEGA tiTASPARD Opfiob, Friday evening. We recfeirecl j,b'e^o)loyr!tf2!pR^es.cBi^re|l bj telegram tliis (Friday) evening :? — 1 - I^EKRT - PHIESTLT I: Cto'SPBiqB^tST.-..: (ify Elfdrit Telegraph) t S. -1. — - — J J-O-perhm . Hides ... ... '... r^~TrTr-3~*'-ib- - Pies ,-V&. '? &.-?? ?$'?,&&-*??? 1h B&con..,- .. ... . 5 D ^ W4- Batter...' ; O O ' -9 '' '' Cheese ... 0 0 9 ' ' Potatoes .-, .-0 .0 . ' ton WslUe Bark ..'. ... 0 0' too (3 Sussex rstisct, Sydney, November- 3.1878 j. Mellidat'sI'rioe List. :

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

?n::.-inii[ f. ?..?? ? ... IftfcSwferra ^battf-i-STavificMioa : . » \ f .Biy&Y '^?Mier '^et -vpfei' YV ' Ml .Rf M BTO A^,'! B A? '* ?toal:^7M1,,D',!,V; .*gr*e -n I l ?, ? ? V 'a* v:.(' Jif 'fJK'j A-:' v f Onfialfe/^flWpnSi^l.ljifVSi :i'Viyi,,«i'a:Freigl»te at^ery X'o^'So&s; ' ? AdEKV'S f [A»J'T; IQihsoi I'Vicn, Mr. Keon-; and et'Tftrlhrai Capta ft'rpftiltt.vfc e^idtiitid oiWj/»; -j; ??';?; r-'f S\^iuWfl4t]ifMay^l874J:;. ^ ^ .v ?????( a-1 ? « .v j 'i UgOOLi^^MMCNICATION Jbjy^ Sf DMTST,0 EDEN, ar uote.l f(«t1i^iflS.;jaoa ;JMgnlfe»?Sages, yn 11 1 futupjytDN . fli.icGpiiAi^X'^s^^p ?sy-ln- and fM-rn,i^uK&fti^ '.'' F. r full patti('.ular8,as to Id&tesTtf sailing ec atta of 'freight; ttpjjly4--1' ,a:p -».?, '-? ?- *-ii'-- .liw ^tig$itSBite6'a0iUiSii: n.: ? ' -i'jaixs sif; raiqs oi tefej fsii^Hie^^lRrebfeQi^veroiy.' ?M :,ff !'8i ':'-' VfiTf i-.-As v-Ji;yi??ai!-. -ytiiS-tvM ? A MiiEiEl iR;, . j;i$ri§ i i|p(Vp^®)s |io^^fi&T..';;' ?::i Carp-street, .Bega...

REPORTS. J. G. DOUGHARTY'S REPORT. Melbourne, October 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

? ? . ? SEPORT-S. ? ;j a. o. noooBAUTt'a hepokt. . ' Melbourne, October 28.' Fat Cuttle.— .7*4 were the ,-Jumlrcrs. yarded for the dnv-s sale, beiiiE from lb e north, westward, and Gipps Land ; the. . bnlance, odd lots .from near town . The quality vns f rom useful to pri me. Prices opened about Inst weck*s .rates, find ad. vanced as sales processed tri fully Es per licad, and closed firrti — 'beet inking £ronv-S23.8d to 35s. . Store Stock,— Catt'e Improving In demand. consi'-quenttro good, rains in Victoria.' Quoti tion1! : — Bullocks, £6 to £7 ; co.vvs, to £t u». Mr.ssns. tislat Ann co'e -report. Gdulbum OetoWr 28. Fot Cattle —MarketBtill supplied1 fro.ro Bydney. We ;hnye no pa!^ ? to report. . .Local j cattle are impravinp ia,piiHy. oomi.'%ueptly there will bean ample-supply, i$i--rtit to ratectall .re quirements. We quote boat bullocks at from £9 to £10 ;.c-v«i to plain frpra £7. to £8 IOs. Store Giittle.-^On AVidiifSdhy'M usual we sub mitted ,at tliq .New .Central Y : .t1s seve...

(By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 November 1876

, t'-' (Pf Eketrit 'Telegraph.) ? ? . ft. a.' ?' ' 'l Butter ? ' ' ' ' :.. 0 1 0 per lb. Cheese ? ; -.0 :0, 10 Bacon..:/ ? ... ?? .... .... 0 .0. 9 ? Hams' .-»'! 0 ' Mnir.e ? ... '..V 'I0;8 ? 0 per hus. Bides ? ,.-..-? ... 2,pcr.Jb. I'ark ... '...' ' ... * fc 0 0 per ton. Flour ... -14 0' 0 .« , ' Tallow... r ... 32 0 0 per. ton. Potatoes' ? ... ... li O'O Pigs, per lb. .„ -... ... 0 0 6 82, Suiisei^trMt^ Sjdtiw, Kovem'jer, ff 1S7-6.'

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1876

Ghureh Services. ? — -..i — -r-- ? ? - * OfiurohTbf England. r,|Jr,Ly,INE SEHyLGE will be held ,i November .5. Bega. and'7^30 p.m : Baptisms at 7.30 p.m. — Rev. Mr. Jfaunce. ... . ; Catholic. ? T'J.AKS will lie celebrated on Bund ay, as . ** 1111-ler ' November 1J. ' Eden.if ara. '???.? . Novcinbor 19. Candelo, II a.m. - 1 ? ? November 28. Bega, 9 and U a.m. E vening .DerotioDS at T p re. . , ^ Presbyterian. '. mp Rer. W, Rnkcr will (n.*,) preach on . ? *. on Stuiil»» Kovomlior 12. Bega, 1 1 ' a.m., and 7.30 p.m. ' . . . . ' - , -November 19.'* . Bega, 11 a.m.. and Mr. Koellner'a, Stoney Creek , ?- -3 pm. ?' ? fe '. ;??? Wesloyan. ' 1 SERVICE in. connection witli,the.Wes1eyan Gliurch will be held as follows:— . ^ November 12 ? -Beeft.M a:m. and'7.-30p.m.' ' J- ' ? Wolnmla, 3 p m.-^rEev J. A. Waddell. Tantawanglp. il a m, . _ i Candelo: 3 p.m.— J. H. Jaggeri.' ; . .-J i' ' 'November 19; ' f' ' ' = Cobargo, 11 a.m. 'j Brogo, 3 ji.Tll. ' . ' ' . . ' '; ; Bfega)i7.'30 p.m.— Be v J. A-. ...

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1876

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. - .r . . ? ? ~ ! e. ' ^he^^esh.Tpod and Ice Co., have com ' uienced , to, supply milk in -the city 'and -sufcurbs.- : ' !' The burglar Vaughan made a desperate attempt to Escape, from the Police Van ?when being conveyed to Darlinghurst. ? Sir Hercules Robinson and G-ovenior Musgrave are guests of Sir George Bowen . - at ; the ; :new - Government 1 Hbuse, Mel- ? bourne. ' The remains of the late Father Healey, | . ?.! lave been dis-interred . at 'Wagga Wagga, and conveyed to 'Wangaratta, in Victoria, for burial there. ? ? ' The. rope. iymg trick, whicliithe Daven ?ports.i-elied on as one of tlieir.gulls forth e ?spiritists, is being commonly done. . A Mr. Keller at'Newcastle iias, recently per ? formed the trickfora .wager, of £10, half of which he banded to the local hospital- ' The great ioot -race for £1000 between r Watson of rScoiie arid; ApjJett of Parkes, came off at Parkes last. Saturday. The ?distance was '200 yards, and the ? race was Wn by Applett,' by ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1876

? BE&A JOCKEY CLUB A JST i H U A ' L. - R A G E Sf P E O GE A M M E— 1 8 7 7. PfiSlDSVT. — Mr. W. D. Tarlinton, J. P. VjqB-PjtKSlDEST : — Mr. S. W. Polack Trkasdrcii : — Mr, W. F. Allworth Committee. — Messrs P. Kirhy, T. Mooney, J. Connelly, M'Guiunesa, M. M'Alister, H. Underliill, M. J. Peden, II. b rown, W. Rixon, T. Brown; fj. Brnwn, M. Mooney. Stev7ards t — Messrs, S. W Polftck, A agnus J. Pedeh. T. Brown, H. Underliill, T. Mo jney. Clebk of CoDKsti : — Mr. 6. M'Gregor. : First Day— Moaday. lst January. (To start at noon punctually.') THE MA1DKN PLATE, value 50. bovb., with HiveepBlnke of 1 sov. oacli (o po to the winner. For all maiden lioiscs at ti mo of nomination (winners of Two year old Stakes included-) Penally for winning thereafter (exeept for twoyear olds) — once, 5 lhs., twice, or more, 71 Its, not accumulative. Distance 1£ mile Nomination 1. sov, (part of entrance) to hesenlto the undersigned on or- before November 20, at 7.30 p.m. Balance of . entrance, with...

ATROCITIES ON CHRISTIANS IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1876

ATROCITIES ON CHRISTIANS IN j CHINAV . ! ? .J We li&e oeWB-tiflfurlher'persocutioqB of the J jnost savage clmincte. in Szecliuen. On tlie 18tli July, iti the town of Yueii-liin-eliangi in Uie district ofLoukiatig, placards hostile |o Christians and Europeans were posted in ' TfiriouB places in the ninrbct, Abb'tit 9 (.'clock cn the inurning of the 20.li, a line of 400D or £01)0 armed men drew round the market to prevent Christians encaping They manu factured a large wooden cross, nndtiedonit J {successively nil the Christians tlicy could catcb, and then cut thetn in pieccB. Among the victims were two licnthenB, of whom .ouo. was the father of a convert, and the other a young girl of 15, whose brother was a Chris tian. Like 4lie others alio wds stripped of her clollies and -:ut to pieces. T-ie uuinber of persons Ullcd were eight, ' The wounded are very numerous. It is lieccssnry to add that the heads of the Oliristianu ore missing. On tlio 22ud the brutes went to tlie market ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 November 1876

Under tlie head of Foundation of Bega ' ?yve publish a scrap of bistoyy — it might almost be called ancient history — of the ? settlement of our district. To the present 'generation it seems hardly credible that a .plan with money, And the inclination *'to settle cn this land, could not obtain an inch of die soil. There is something quaint in , the old-ias]iione4 appeal toDo^ning-street, signed by the once residents of Panbula ; and we thiiik its publication particularly opportune at this time .when we are all preparing to meet ite mail who has done so mucli to make the lands of the colony available for hona fide settlement. : He: land sale our corr^pohdent refers to was '. oertaiifly. a ? 'banning; but at that sale splendid lanfli jwrepassed at twenty! 1 WVilllingg y»r BCTBl.that are now worth half M^mtoy ^ounda^ the' rise Wng brot^ht ebQut by tiia increase of settlement that followed the introduction of Mr, Bobert soil's Land Act-v r Pmbueb -wIU have an en thpsiastio recepfipnnone...

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