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AMERICAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
AMERICAN AFFAIRS. (Frcm the Belfast Wcclhj Newt,) The process of reorganisation in Aiqfri^a is going on slowly : but it remains fcoeen whether, in the words of the adage, }! .. nine also sore. Four years of civil war huvejfi't more than mere irritation behind. Society has disorganised. The white population have been im pover"hed, a? d the negro has found a sort of semi-frec dom thrust upon him which ho is unable to appreciate or use. igular industry has been for so long a time inter rupted that it is more difficult for those who relied uj on it to resume. Commerce lias run into other channels, and merchants fear that they will neither receive commo dities nor money in exchange for what they have to give. Politically and socially, .a revolution has occurred ; and ; • ny years must past before matters fall back into the old g. jves ' which they once ran so smoothly. " It is im possible," says an able writer, "that the tremendous up heavel of social systems which America has seen durin...
BODALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
BODALLA. (iTi'tM 01'h COUIIKUI'OM'KNT. ) hearth of news is tlic all tmfiicicnt cxcuse I have to offer fur my long silence. This ijiii&lt;_t district ruim on the '•vcu tenor of iltiw.'iy undisturbed by any, tlic most trifling event#, except nucIi on arc of a local nature, Laving no possible interrwt for tlic pcneral public. Wednesday Inst was one of tlic most fearful day't> wc have experienced for some yiaiin. One would have thought tlic liot blunts Kweepiiig from tlic westerly tnouulaiiih liud •>tcmlly pa':."cd ovcra of moulton lead. They laid everything low they came in contact witn. A change fortunately c.mie ill the evening, ami n smart Southerly breeze cooled the 'uo'> pherc considerably; IhikIi liroN raged in every direction— more especially oil the road between liodalla mid Moriivrt. Mr. II. Clarke was :i considerable sulTorer bv the destruc tion of fences, nnd fencing materials. It is est limited i'SOO will scarcely cover the damage. Several narrow escapes oc...
CONFESSION OF CONSTANCE KENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
CONFESSION OF CONSTANCE KENT. Br. John Charles Pmcknell, of ITillmmton Hall, near Rugby, who, with the permifisinn of the Lord Chancellor, examined Constance Kent for the purpose of ascertaining whether there were any grounds for supposing that she was mentaly afflicted, liar, at the request of the criminal herself, communicated the following details of her crime, which she confessed to him and Mr. Ilodway, of Trowbridge, her solicitor, and which she desires to be made public. She says the manner in which she com mitted the crime was as follows:— A few days before the murder she obtained possession of a razor from a green case in her father's wardrobe, and secreted it. This was the sole instrument which she used. She also secreted a candle with matches, by placing them in the comer of the closet in the garden where the murder was committed. On the night of the inurder she undressed herself and went to bed,, because she expected that her sisters would visit her room. She lay asleep w...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
SYDNKV. (I'lUlM Ol'Jl 0oll1ll*l'0Nl'KNT.) I suppose, ere ll Ik, voii have learned l.Jiut Maples case haw :il. lust been argued in the Siijii-oinc Court; and :il thougli the liega liench were strongly supported by the Crown Law Otliccrs alile assistance, poor Maples was or dered to be immediately released. The attorney for Maples ;t)>111io&lt; 1 fur coot*, lint the Court refused, Buying that ».s tin; Magistrates were unpaid, and having acted frorti misconstruction it could not award costs. This is one of the many examples of the very serious wrongs people may suffer from the tiiini'iDinlrKf.iniis of irresponsible unpaid count y lie clies. This ought to show tlie inhabi tants of your district t' e necessity of .having :l IVico Magistrate who can l>e lirouglit I j1 account and made ]my for li'undcrs of this kind. Tlie delay in the bearing of the case was owing to the long distance lie;» is from Sydney, ami the lapse of time in serving (he nceessa.y no ices on tie magistra...
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS : November 23.—Hunter (s.), Captain Sullivan, from Sydney.—Passcugers.—Mrs. Ellis, Messrs. Ellis, Brooks, Rev. \V. B. Clarke, Condon, and 6 in the steerage. departuresl November £-1.—Hunter (s.), Captain Sullivan, for Syd ney. Passengers.—Mrs. AHcock, MiesCumpbell, Messrs. Allcock, Tcague, Vincent, Inglis, Staunton, and 17 in the •Av.agc. Imports : ■ - - Case merchandise, L. S. Joseph ; 12 bags maize, double shafted dray, 21 bags flour, bale tarpaulins) parcel scythes parcel sickles, paper parcel, 2 chests tea, 4 half-chests tea, keg carbanate soda, 2 boxes candles, 2 bags oats, keg dried apples, cask sundries, 2 half-chests teal, 2 tins bis cuits, case ironmongery, case harness, case drapery, paper parcel, 2 packages harness, package chains, A. K. Page; case hardware, box glass, 3 kegs nails, 2 cases sashes, J. Roddan; 11 bags salt, box candles, bag pepper, A. M'Causland; trunk drapery, case harness, 3 packages collars, pr.ckage hames, package chains, Order; bag...
THE FINIAN CONS PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
r THE FINIATn CONS PIRACY. Tie Dublin Evening Mail of Wednesday, 24th Sep- | tember, says.:— '• There are individuals who wore connected with the People against whom, it is believed, very important evi dence has been obtained. The MSS. seized arc said to implicate a considerable number of persons, and tliey also shew that efforts were made by the conductors of the jour nal to draw a line of demarcation in the published articles between legality and illegality. Sodesirous do they appear to have been to avoid what they regarded as the line of danger, that copies of the articles in manuscript appear to have beeen submitted for liberal advice. Amongst those who have been taken, Luby, O'Kecfc, O'Donovan (Rossi), and O'Leary were supposed to be for some time among the contributors." v Some of those arrested, both in Dublin and Cork, are Protestants. Mr. Luby, for instance, is a near relative to a well-known Protestant gentleman holding a distinguished position in Trinity College. A sharp ...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
MmmcrcwC, | lit WIN axd Tubkeu's Week.lt RcrollT Wool 12d to lfc'&d Greasy 64J per lb. Sheep skins, per lb., from 5 d. to 74d. ; tallow, per cwt., 34b. to otis. ; bides, from 8.=. to 13.s. each ; calfskins, each, Is. 2d. Is. 8d.; leather, kip, at If. to Is. 3d.; soleu8d. l>erlb.—November 25th, 1SG5. Graham Coulter's VTkkkly Produce Circular Maize, per bushel, 4s. Oto 4s 2d; Wheat, 9s to 9s fid; cape barley,;3s 6d to 4b ; English 1 a'.lty, 3s 9d to 4s3d; oats, 3s 6d to 4s Od; bran, Is 6d to Is 8d; hay, luSerne, per ton, £3 Os to £4 Os ; hay, oaten, £4 10s to £5 10s; bacon, per lb. 7d to i)d; checsc,8d to lOd, potatoes, per cwt, New 7s 6d; pigs, per pound, 3d ; hides, each, S3 to 12s; flour, per ton, £24 to £26 Os; butter, Is 3d to Is. 6d.—Sydney, November 2otb, 1865. John Campbell, and Co's Produce Circdlae.— During the i>ast week maize has advanced to 4s. 3d, at which price it is in bris-k demand, and if anything, has an upward tendency. Lucerne Hay.—Market very full, ...
THE FINIANS IN LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, Friday, September 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
TI1E FINIAN3 IN LIVERPOOL. 1 Liverpool, Friday, September 22. j Notwithstanding the active oitcmtioiis of the detect'ves lintli fro n Ireland mid oilier places, the 1 ei ders of the Fenian movement htfic manage to hold meetings and dis cuss the objects of the "conspiracy." Last evening a meeting was lie'ri in one of the most populous and busy districts of the town. The men present were not all of the lower clauses of suciety, for amongst the assembly there were people who, so far as monetary matters go, are well to do, and move in the most rcspoctab'e circ'es. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read, sever. J resolutions binding tlie assembly to use its utmost endeavours to support the F; 'an movement both by ii'oiiey and jihysical force were ado lei'. Oi e of the most extraordinary re lut'oi , however, v'.b that which re lated to the ciibodi'iiciit of a "Fiiiian fleet," to prey upon liritixli commerce at sea, should the efforts of the lirotber hooJ prove futile on l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
SUliSCfilJTlOKS BKCJiJVm Mr. Liujjer, 2«fill; Mr. liltick, Wnlnrtilii, 2* Cd ; Mr. J. JJniwn, in Oil; Mr. 11. Ruir 2b (J!. 1\ Keon, 2h(IJ; Mr. A. J,[»Ik', 2k &lt;!.!; Mr. Ilnsli, 2» &lt;Jd; Mr. K. Cunew, 2»0il; Mr. T. O'Oiien, 2* Oil; Mr. J. ttolmil*, 2h (Id j Mr. II. L'&lt; w, 2a flil.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
IS Published every SATURDAY MORNING, and forwarded by post and rumieva throughout the wnoie of the district. Teems of Advertising:—Twenty-eight words mid under 2s. Every additional Fourteen words and 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 bo sent to I he office before G p.m. on' Thursday'8, and all orders for inserting advertisement s must, be sent in not later than noon on Friday's. All Subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. Par tics residing at a distance can remit in stamps. LBT2ES PESS3 PRINTING, Executed in all its various branches, with ueatucs" and despatch, on Moderate Terms and at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. DGOWING and SON arc now prepared to cut • stuff at any length, up to 30 feet. Boards and Battens, 13s. per 100 feet, at the pit. All other stuff 12s per 10...
The [?] "Quod Petis Hie Est." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1865. Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
"Quod Pclis Hie K»l." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, J *05. BltNnooKA,—A correspondent writih:--Tlio weather U llit* muiw Mover; I lie skies of brans, ami t!iu earlh of iron, witli a f'ow drops ofruiu uiiu-o I lie new moon, but 11.(1 sufficient to siitidfy the tliirhly gaping miil. There is n prospecting |>nrty up under llie mountain, 1ml, us yet, I know not with what mutchm. ] heard tilM (he llov. W. H. Clarke wan up with Mr. Wroiland Ml', Manning; I hope his vinit will be a hli»iu'iin to the prospecting movement. Vour paper in very much appreciated in) here, as it eonlains much local mailer, of whiell n'l tlio young folks nreue&lt;pminted ; it has be come a kind of household book or lesion llit-y.nulurully look far and dotiiro. Bkoa Oi»|7JIT.—Court of Velfy Sessions will lie held tit Hcga on Tuesday next, the &th hint.. Book Almanac j'ott 183(5.—Wo beg leave to rail the attention of our readers to (lie advert iseinenl re ferring to tlio above almanac, which eoutniiiH a d...
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
EDEN. arrivals : November 27.—Ellen schooner, Nicliolson, from Syd ney. Passenger.—John Ryan. imports: 2 cases chairs, 2 cases clocks, box pain-killer, 2 kegs apples, chaff-cutter, 36 kegs, 14 packages Oilmans stores, 50 cases pine-apples, case American axes, 4 kegs lead, 3 kegs nails, 2 bundles buckets, 6 axle boxes, bundlescythes, bundle handles, coil rope, 30 bogs flour, 44 mats sugar, package hops, box tobacco, quarter cask vinegar, 2 cases oysters, parcel spice, 33 cases brandy, SO cases gin, 2 cases coffee, 8 kegs .smoked fish, 4 bales hay, 8 bags maize, bag corn-flour, 15 cases, 3 trusses, parcel drapery, trunk boots, 2 cases sundries, cask ironmongery, S. and H. Solo mon ; case drugs, bag salt, 2 boxes candles, box soap, case treacle, 2 eases sundries, trunk hats, Thompson; 2 i boxes soap, 2 boxes candles, chest tea, 4 bogs sugar, pac kage currants, case sundries, bag rice, package drapery, 3 cases, keg nails, parcel, Moorley; 40 bags flour, 2 pack ages, parcel sickles, Gowi...
PANBULA. POLICE COURT.—MONDAY, 27TH NOV. (Before Messrs. Keon, Loyd, and Bennett, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Police v. Stephen Collier. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 2 December 1865
PANBULA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) &nbsp; &nbsp; POLICE COURT.—Monday, 27TH NOV. (Before Messrs. Keon, Loyd, and Bennett, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Police v. Stephen Collier. The defendant was summoned by Richard Hart, of Lochiel, blacksmith, for stealing an adze his property. &nbsp; There was a sale at the premises of Mr. Hart on Wednes- day, the 22nd ult., and the defendant was passing at the time of the sale, and picked up an adze, which was lying about Harts' premises; he was seen by Hart's little daughter, who said to the defendant "that is my father's adze," but the defendant replied that he had purchased it. However he gave the adze up to the daughter. He, at the trial, admitted taking the adze, but said that he was going to give it to a man named Clancy, who had instructed the defendant to obtain a loan of it ; on these grounds the Bench dismissed the case. Police v. Richard Robinson. &nbsp; This was a case for illegally using a bullock, the pro- perty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
IS Published every SATURDAY MOItNiJTG, and forwarded by post and runners throughout the wnoio of the district. Tbems of ADVBBTieryff:—Twenty-eight words and under 2s. Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quar terly and. Annual advertisements. I Advertisements must stuto the number of insertions required, and paid for in ad ranee. Orders for \vith , dravral must be sent to the office before 6 p.m. on Thursday's, and all orders for inserting advertisements miiat be sent in not later than noon on Friday's. All Subscriptions must be paid in ADVANCE. Par ties residing at a distance can remit in stamps. LETTER PRESS POINTING, Executed in all its various branches, with neatnes* and ^(fespatch, jn ModeratoTemis aud at the shortest notice. Orders from any part of the district promptly attended to. 33ega Steam Saw Mills. ©OWING and SON' are now prepared to cut «' stuff at any length, up to 30 feet. Boards and Battens, 13s. per 100 feet, at th...
Loral News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, DRC. 5TH. (Before J. D Arcy, W. D. Tarlinton, R. R.tchie and W. M 'Gregor, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Hibburd v. Cowing, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
OODttT OK PETTY SESSIONS. Tdebdav, Due. Cth. (Bofore J. D'Arcy; W. D. Tarlinton,- R. R.'tchk-' and W. M'Qregor, Estjre., J.P.'s.) ITilibuid v. 4!owing, For fencing in anil obstructing tbe public highway. Mr. Williams appeared for defendant. William Ifibburd, sworn, deposed : I am a, grazier, and reside at lUioky Hall; the road in tiupBtion. Is situate nt Jcl'at Jellat, and is the boundary be^ytieu Mr. (Rowing's land and mine,- he has fciiced it in; soon' after I 'pur chased tbe land I fenced it in, and let it tg&lt; Bff. Hnnliiijj &lt;len. wlioagaineublet it to Sir. Qowing; who fcnced tha roadin; on-my again taking possession of tlie farm I re quirel the ro^d for toy cattle to gu to tie w.iter, but Mr. Gowin:; refuse.! to remove th■■ 'or.ce: (lie Oov- i eriimciitnbo tent instructions to the District Surveyor to survey the rood, and remove the obstruction. By Mr. Williams : The fence has been up p, very long I time; part of it is on my land, but the road is not; the r...
[?] [?] [?] "Quod Petis Hie Est." SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
"Quod Pel is Hie E=t." *' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1805. At last the Budget is before the House and Mr. Samuel's scheme for extricating, the country from'its financial embarrass ments is now fairly before the public, and fully explained in his very long speech of three hours duration. He lirst says and asserts that the eolouy is in a flourish ing condition, and progressing wonder fully, although there is great depression, large numbers-being out of employment; but this is owing to -the succession of bad sea sons, and the pastoral interest reducing itsexpen&lt;liture (a lesson Mr. Samuel will j dowell to learn); and to this cause he at- ! i^Taibutes every depression the Colony has suffered from. He then goes on to state' the great progress the Colony has made. First, the extension of railroads and telegraphs; there being this year 145 -. milespf railroad open to traffic, and 3000 ;ii&es jof telegraph open and in course of cMisfcruction; but both, instead of being Inducti...
[?]hipping [?]igence. MERRIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
MEIUMBULA. ARRIVALS ? November 30.—Iluuter (s.), Captain. Sullivan, froi Sydney. Passengers.—Mrs. Hibburd, Mre. Love, Mn Barrington, Mrs. Allcock, Miss Wilson, Miss RubertR. Messrs-. Hibburd, Ctowing, Bate, Parsons, Slattery, Whittaker, Allcock, aud Matthew*;: uteciugc 14. DEF.IBTOBKS : December 2.—Hunter (h.), CUptain Sullivan, for Syd ney. Passenger*.—Mrs. Pickard, Miss White, Messrs, Hill, Underbill, Itev. W. B. Clarke, an A Williams ; steerage, 7.
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
W 1> Jfc a . ARRIVALS : December 3.—Tasmania (a.), Captain Lyons, from Hoburt'fowa. November 80,—Gipsy Bchooncr from Sydney. December 1.—You Tangs (s.), from Melbourne. Pas songros—8 in tbe steerage. I>EPAMURES-: December 5.—Gipsy Bchoanerfor Sydney via, T&rtfera. December 3.—T&lt;miu;inia ($.)■ Captain' Lyons, for' Syd ney, Passengers—2 in. tbe steerage.—South Australia (s.), Captain Payne, for Melbourne.—Pioneer, C&ptaiu Hyde, for Melbourne. . J)eoember 2.—Ellen schooner for Sydney. December 1.—Ynu Ymi(,b (9 ) for Sydney. Pmsti'Dmid Pa/jlulttdby -R. W. SHARPS, ProprkU^t, . at the GAZETTE General Printing Offi"'-, Awhlwnd-jQft Street, Bf.ji. New South W'aJat, &A'I VRDA Y, Dt». ■ tnbi 9 IS'jS. ■ '
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 9 December 1865
MARRIED. December 6.—At the residence of the Bride's Father by the Reu. J. L. Knight, M. A., Henry, eldest son of Mr. T. Underhill, of Bega, to Mary Charlotte, third daughter of Mr. J. Jaggers, Kamaruka Stores. DEATH. November 24.—At his residence, Back Creek, John Thurston, after a brief illness of eight days, aged 43 years, leaving a widow and three children to deplore their loss.