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THE BEGA GAZETTE: QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY MARCH 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 March 1865
THE rnmuMl QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY MARCH 26, The subjoined annoymous card was landed to ub by a friend which he informed us was printed and circulated in Sydney and other places out of the district for the purpose of collecting money for the Bega Parsonage. " The district of Bega and Twefold Bay have "recentlybeen provided with a clergyman, the " Rev. J. L, Khight, M.A. who came out from " England last year with his wife and four chil "dren. 'J hey have no house, and there is none " to be obtained in Bega for them,, and; there "fore are now. compelled to live in a small slab j *' building with a rental of £50 per annum, to " their great discomfort, and inconvenienced " for the proper discharge of his duties. The " idhabitants are of the poorer classes, " Free " Selectors " and have raised among themselves "About £250 towards a parsonage. Mr. T. S. *■' Mort has given them an handsome glebe of " about CO acres for a site, valued at £300, and " the doulburn Church Society a grant ...
GARDINER[?] CALENDER FOR MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 March 1865
Gardiner.:> calender for march ^ Field.—Dig and store early potatoes, as in January* Potatoes may be planted early this month. Sow barley, turnipB, &c. (See Janu ary.) Plough for wheat and hay- Small kinds of maize may still be sown in well prepa ed land. Collect and sow seed of Borghum and Other millets. Cut and house tobacco. Col lect and store ootton pods, Prepare wine-presses &c., as in February. Kitchen Garden.—For late crops, sow aB in January, with the exception of pumpkins and melons- Fail not to wa*$g|||Hi Fuweb Garden.—WeedaHBter. Plant late annuals; plant dahluwSHH^BacceBsion ; store bulbs and attend to dahnlsfaB in January Protect expanding buds from rain, dew and sun: but water well at the roots in dry weather, and keep the ground from caking. For flowering plants, 6ee January. Commence planting early Cape bulbs in a light, sandy and comparatibely dry soil.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 25 March 1865
To Graziers, Dairymen, Agriculturalist* amd Others. FOR PRIVATE .SALE. VALUABLE ESTATE AT BEGA. That valuable estate, known as Jellat Jellat, situate four miles from the township of Bega, six miles from the shipping port ol' Tarthra, . and fourteen miles from Meriinbula. Con taining. 570 accres, wore or less, enclosed by a substantial fence, and sub-divided into con venient sized paddocks. This well-known farm was purchased by its present owner, Mr. William Hibburd, Rocky Hall, at the Cr6t land sale held in Bega, and is allowed by all to be the cream of the whole Southern District j it is nearly all fit for the plough, and has beeu under cultivation, and a large portion laid down in grass seed. For particulars, as to price, &c., apply to the pro prietor. WILLIAM HIBBURD, Rooky Hall'. RACE BALL. © S ST 2> W ofl AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS BEGA. MRS. WHITE begs to inform her numerous Friends and Patrons that a GRAND BALL will be held on the Evenings of the 30rn and 31st INSTANT, ...
POST OFFICE HOURS, BEGA, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
POST OFFICE HoOBS, BEGA, Opendaily from 9 eim., lo 6 p.m., mid on Sun | dayYfiom 3 p.in, to 30.5. p.m. vOn Wednesday's and Siiiirday's ilie office will bt open till 9p.m, Itutall letter* intended Jor Teg'stra a*on n&at be pouted before 6 p.m, under any ecircuni a'lticef. The Been Post Office is open as a fftloni j Order, &lt;J)ffice from the irt December, 1864 1 K&TE8 OE C0l(Ml*St3R. J The .following is the rate of c«ntj jus ion charge able upon the issue of JMkinsy Order*, t'z .— For any Monpy Oideir jiot exceeding (£5) fiv pounds, (6d ) Sixpence. Abpve (£5) five pounds and not exceeding (£10) ten pounds, (If.) one shilling.
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollon^ong, Motuva, and Bodalla, via ] Clvde, every Thursday and Monday, at 6 a.m. Sydney, via Merigibu'a steamer, every Thureday at 6 *.m. ' " . j K&mrruka, Wo'umln, Merimbula, Panbula, and Eden every Thursday and Sunday, at € e.tnf Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a-nj»
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
THE^ 55 "BEGA GAZETTE IS J nWishrJ every Saturday Morning, and forwarded l»y post and rui.nersthroughont the whole of the district. _ a CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words and under 2«: Every additional Fourteen words and under 1--. A considerable reduction will l>e made lor Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the numuer ot Insertions required, end paid for in advance. Qrdeie for withdrawal must be eent to the Office before 6 p.m on Thursday, and all or ders for inserting Advertisements must be sen* in not later than noon on Friday: All Subscriptions must be paid in advancfe. Parties residing at a distance can rei.at m stamps; 30 penny Btiirepa^eoureB the Paper for i liree month?. single copies Three-pence. AGENTS , T . ... Knmtruka ] r>^iV " ftlpritrbulfi 1 *" ... ". ... l^n'-ula *rea K e__.nn * (landslo Jtrsu Kcnyon ••• • THE BEGA GAZETTE;' general printing office. In order.to meet the growing requirements of the District, the PropBIETor ...
BUSHRANGING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
BUSHBAXGmC EXTRAORDINARY. We were out calincting subsciptions the other day, when ou our journey home, botweeafAnbuJa and Bega,' a beautiful .moonlight night. Wa were«jTeetedci> our w»y by ft voice prying ojjt" Stop," behind. Ok 6bopping and looting roun4*Wyepj>eived a horseman galloppmg at flunking: Bomathipg was the ;we«toppadftta^ior6oman soon cgme uft-and> anSieJSmai, le uao&mtf. iTaoy-' i.hebadals^ld a of* flight build,, he wpre an in-. J||tgM»s cape, anQ?idiogbreeches, with boots and a1 ipalrof plated spurs, as thdy shoue very much in die Jnbonlighfj on hiihfea&yae a cabbagetrec hat^appa rently new, in his right hand he carried a heavy horse whip, and in ids left vas something white; on near ap proach we could discern the heading of the " Bega Gazette." Having palled up, he said in "a voice like thunder " JLn you the Editor, of this here paper ?" "We were perfectly astounded, our thoughts first turned to Half, Gilbert, and Co-, "but seeing nothing but ...
AUSTRALIAN BEGA JOCKEY CLUB ANNUAL RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
AUSTHALI.4N EEGA JOCKKV C1.US ANNUAL MACES. FIRST DAY. The Bega Annual Races commenced on Thursday last; the weather was delightful. About 10 o'clock hundreds might be scon wending their way to wards the field of action, to witness the contest© of the day, which a'l seesied anxois to enjoy. Mr. .Adarae' band was in attendance, and quite enlivened the spirits of those present. We did not hear of any se rious accidents to damp the adoipof the day, and each race passed off to the satisfaction of everyone. Much credit is due to the stewards for the satisfactory manner in which 'they discharged their duty- At twelve o'clock the befi rung to saddle for flje first race, on being ready, - the horses look their preliminary can ters previous to starting, and most of-them looked well for their work. At half-past twelve the bell rung for the horses to draw up For the Freer Riofc—The Maiden Plate, of £25, for all horses that never wjra an advertised prize; one ml and a half; one event; weight fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
THE P.U1S0>TA.GE BUILDING COMMITTEE.' • \ T a meeting lidd at Mrs. White's Assembly Xi. Booms, on Saturday the 26l.li inst, John Davis Faq., in the chair. The following bye laws were proposed and carried. 1. That a chairman, treasurer, and secretary be chosen from tlieir number.' * John Datis, Esc., J.P.Chairman. Rev. J. L. Kkx&ht, M.A.Treasurer. Mr. W. H. Hopkins :-r-Secretary .2. "That a meeting beheld oaee a Fortnight, any 5 members of tlw committee to form a quorum, aid em powered to call a special meeting for any purpOF through fhc secretary. 3. " That no contract be entered into, or money c\ ponded on account of the Bcga Parsonage, except at a public meeting, called by the secretary, through the Beiu Gazette, or by circular. 4. "That no Tender shall be accepted Tylten .either the Tenderer or sureties are members of the committee. 6. " That the secretary do keep an account of- all monies received, promised, and expended. 6. ,'Ti[al the Treasurer shall lodge all monie...
THE BEGA GAZETTE: QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY APRIL 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
%UE * 38@®®A_riBMTSlBSB QUO&^PETIS ^ mc EST. SATURDlV APRIL 1 •iV In another column'is pril>lisbed the bypitawe of the Parsonage Building Committee, in we noifce^atnong the offlcersj^hey hjree aj>po1hte0 ♦'treMTTrer,—on thie^tfubjecl «*e wish to pass a few remarks. Some people mayot>jeot to our commenting on each a subject, and think, pro*, ba'ly it ib cnt of our province to doijo. How ever, we beg leave to differ with theia, sis we VWtpA&itto be oar dot;* to continent on all ~ matt^snhere the jiublic.arefConeerned, and fojr wS benefit if the people.' ' | j * The Parsonage, although belonging to one portion ofthe publio* yet it &lt;^Sn»ernB all ■ denominatious. in as much as theyjiave contri , bated&lt;heir mite towardsjtlie fan j^and that thi| find is fairly applied' fcono other purpose* Ithe -. people have « right to Jfnow. , The committee have appointed a treasurer (now w* wish it to be understood tl^t we ^do notaUodedisrespectfully, nor c...
MISS ANN BROADRICK. THE FEMALE ASSASSIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 1 April 1865
MISS ANN BROADRICKi' THE FEMALE ASSASSIN. " There is a security in virtue which vice never can feel" Oi.T.jr. They *re enemi « t» the ln-e't interests of the wmunnity who would imp iir, even iu thought, 1 lie sanct tv uf the marriage tic. ; Ad illicit attaci.nienf*, nuder what circutu otauces soe ver tmnj^have been formed, or hy what pretext eoeverVSiry .jiiay "be palliati'3, 1 y u i&lt;?er the ban of trie^pfipreuie. They are obnoxious to that punWimHii' which visite, sooner oj-.Lter, all deliberate violations ofGud-'i law. • '■ ' ' If the a svetatioriF. of*&riptjire are to be cre* dited, CiiO it be othei gab s liies^inyr at tend union* twniiual.lii at jileasu e, ratified iu. no sanctuary* Mlow;eii by no(, ju^yejx? Tlje, raiik of the ^uiity " puttie*, — Hie circumstances of-^utward splendour which eurroiujd' tliera,— nva.it not to ward off tb$>4ftrfce. That adheres t > tli.io traivgressin, ao^l its.Jesuit's are in e*ery grade oJ j'le the eaiue-iaharae sorrow ^m...
COMMERCIAL SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 8 April 1865
COMMERCIAL SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ED E N . AP.HiVAis.—Jfareh 27th,—Ellen, schoonor, Captain Nicholson, from Sydney. 8. and H.-Solomon, agents. March 30th, Tasmania, 6teamer, J. Clinch, common der, fi'Oin Sydney. Passenger.—Mrs. Solomon. Depaqtukes.—March 31et, Tasmania, steamer, for Hobart Xovrn. Ellen, echooncr, forjfarthra and 8yd ney- \.