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CRUELTY TO A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1876

': T, CRUELTY TO .A WIFE. An illustration—let tis hope it is a most exeep. iicnal one — of married -life in' Bailarnt f'saj a. i 1 1 (? correspondent :ot the. Argus): waslbrjpnuh| j lie fore the City iBeni.btoday, whieli forcriiefty iyranny, andrtdiUdish'. folly pxceedB.^ jiythinj; wiiuen_by .miy 'p-fjhfe liVnli^Rts wHters of fietion. Thecnwjwos, pf.-Gordukf B T-Cordnkes in whieli Ili6 co!n'[ii'(iinfiii't-) Loiifl:a 'Cordukes, i -ellisenrcelv 16 MsnCltha IMXlier tftlM*- c! ild, nnd tieaiing another, sued liichard ' C nrles GoMiiken. lier -liiisbaiid, rgeduabout '51, mid rl- scribed r.s ax-liemist, for inainte* d.i:nc^M!^in£-gtM^'^'£!jy widilltrgfihnpptj as the basis of |ier ap|ili(:.iti|'in. . Her evidence went to. show that iii May last she- hnd to le-ive her lijisbiin.l -p. .ttiVgrq'jnd of wueity, , tiut'ns iie prom'snd to ilie'Kpdd-Vo iier/shfe iiidiieed (o po back arid live witli liim.- Slie liad: fn'tiliHig rellirjiediswheinho earns system - of cruelly was -rcsnlned.- 5; Accord...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 November 1876

RECEPTION OP -a^&^Djr ; — BTDKBr neversaffKiip.li JS^gffi\6njefcd43 fire thousand nenpl the Circular f^nny^TX1 pOMMu^^ ? r* fcarsra''aii^n*ln6'^aii3iii^t^^HHnjHBM^^™ .'?^who Wd|£ijv|t'e(i' ajstMnggHra .,«i.4Jotd .ail tak«6n'-Sriio jsiRnrcfcw inrastcSteneetaKmi tewsidf'ftfcW larger. The mail 'afefcudr ^ZealilidS^r rjvoa in Port Jackson before dayligjjt on Thursday morning, nnd thuF i^rTeFed with the arrangements f-pf : thp; receptiofl . committee for the pubrtrlWding'o'f tlie' .Kinan-whomall N ew-6outb 'Wales;deliglited ' - siOto i - hoiioiirS ?-bot!3t^«^id^,:in'*6fi-* s sidcration^f tte ioUfoy^nn'dltbeFrictthatf ?', most of the people of the city would be ?way during the day, to hawiiheJaadjnK s at 8 o'clock last night, and that arrangr tuent was carried out. rJfcwertheT BPit1?lr ' feejing ol according h'ouour where merit' -^esa-r^itu'wert'shW.Tl V6?'S&ffiited/ 5 last night. Prom twy light tgljari; night. r* ..the Circular -Jnaj was2 Pronged; J5j^?plB,.and, .as. the....

LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE Bombay' November 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

LATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. . {bbutkr's telegrams to! THE ' BE£lL£tiw**J ; 'L ''?? ? ''Bombay^ 'November' 4. ?!?. The expedition' vessels, the Alert and Discovery: bare' returned '.to -Portsmouth. ,- | They rsacbed.a point within 450 milesfrom ibe Pole, which is the furthest yetrreached * and beyond lb at there was nothine but packed^ice. '- There was no probability '6f any further advance at that' time, and hence: it was decided to return. ?-;, The period of the armistice granted by the Ottoman Government '-'to the Servians bas been, fixed at two mouths, and hostilities bave therefore ccasedi - . V. ?* !-4soifd(Aiy^rjivein«r-t0;.'- At ths.;Lprdr.JiIay,p.y's;'J)anquetJ Aekl.at: %; -Jnildha)lJapt night, Abe, Eul of Beacops- ! field, speaking of 'EaS?ern*anflirs, said' that the objects which the Government sought to obtain were flie^iitBteiftnt'^f ^etfce and the ara'eligr^tign jbf t}ieT conation gof.] the Chn'stian'Jiubje^.^^hflj^orte., while ' upholding iri its int«^$lyjfe'iii3epenaciic...

OUR TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, 24th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

6 rikOK odB TaLEQbAPBio 'tWEBESPOBDENTB.] ' ' iWDNBT/sifem^1. 11b. Clarke, Hydraulic Enj^&^ft&gjfoed *t MrfHionHiF.-oti'KiRWfiyth-SyrlnBV- ? Ve^bw&lKbutf U-rJia#^^^ t»'.' flfteep.$eat8,'nn-J.;pprt_ei\ bi.s confederate ? -. o'' ten yjiij jtiari [labour j lh,e forinor conf.'s&d' ! to «6Mral ad-liti- oal cases of burglary?3 \ Mrs Forster, mother of llieiAwnl.wn.r.'i . died -suddenly jcBlerday, aged Seventy six1 years. . Tlie Primary Judge ims signed an order for tlie sequestration of the estate ^'QheCCity Corporation;, ifl.stand.over for a month Th5;£P!Sl?.;!t gtfeketprs .will probably play a match at Goulboana (jsforo crti vio 2* at Sydney; u'ji; ;J.:. . .l;.;.' , . ? Cattle : — Pat: overstocked ; for best quality pnctsitiave receded fifteen to twenty shillings Stores;firm ; large .salsa shortly at, ticijrttSi: LONDON Novembcr l4. . Tb/j Cz$ra speech at Moscow received with y great Tpfitliiisiftfem lti liiiHRi ann d is'ooiisidered. »TflP'y. to Earl Beac...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

r- ' A N1S( U £.L,' RACES' PEpGEAIM 33 — 18 7 7 . j PBSIDSV?.— - Mr. W. D. Tarlintnn, J. P.j VlCE-rilKSlDliST :— Mr. P. \\\ Polaclt I Tbkasi'iihu :— Mr. W. F. Allwcilh Committer.— Mi-ssVs P. Klrliy, T. Monney , j. Gomipllv, 1'. M'Giiiinfess, M. M'Alieler, H. Underbill, M. J. P. doii, H. Uiwn, \V. * flixon, T. Hroivh, 8.'. Brmvu, SJ. Moo: icy. * f3TEV.'AitDS : — Mi'fefere, S. W Polm-lc, .Vngnus j. ? * Peden.T, Brown, H. Underbill. T. Mojtiey. Plkiik'W Coubse : — Mr. 0. M'Gregor. First Bay— Monday, 1st January. {To start at noon punctually.) THE MAIDFN PLATE, value 50 sovb., with sweorstake of 1 sov. cach to -_'o to tlie winner, for nil maiden Iioispb at tiniq ,of jipmination .(winners of Two- . year * taM Stakes included ?) Pennltyfor j winning tlieroaftei; (except for twovear Oldg^-rroiicpi -5 lbs.', twice, or more; 71 hs, not accumulative.3 Distance mile ^ Nomination I Sov (pStt of Entrance) to j besehtlo the pridersii'iied tit/or before. November 20,'^ at 730 p. in. HolanceVif , e...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

, . ? ? f t-- '^ ^ £*1- * 'J . ? ' Cptytob -England^,;,; br.? ' ,«iyi«SB^iyiCSi ; wffl^JvJbilSd ? wiq^ih itm ' . . snitA-'.l ' -iKorember 28. faU&.iiC}; v B«g-, Itscnii'. mi , t'.'iriVl bmftfr.rfO ? ' j ji;I'cjatii6licr': %Vk-4 TJCASS witt ibe: Celebrated on Sahdayl as S- TOJerirf-.:-J . ^-'0 * ' . : u Kovem)«nS4:' ?? i *lc li-'i 1 0 fiui, 9 and ll a.m. - — ? ? ? ? December 8 - Al.A.m.-/ 'rT^'riO hna '!. 'I 5 T ' , : iTooing^DevotionB at T :?; a'-^r. wo'k-H 'I'ii'-d'iVh 5-' ?oTmV ifn^C 'bev,'W: 'Baker ' ,preaoii' 'pn if W. '-a.-. J.--1 '-5 ..-.a Ui-nr, 1, »orembflr.!$.:, ^aWiW'Vn.flanJ.Wp»jr 1. .;?? v..,:..,^ Dejisenibcr- J|. .ir,, : ?., ?? . ;..? j . . c, j^R^cfe in icftnn&tioh 'wifti fte WiSoyfc «? &W«aW-0 H November 2 6 Beira U «.m.. 6Dfl'j.30Tp.m., Sacrament aftej - Waddelf - ? '- December 3. *;? f$$t ! Za'?r--' ' -'»kK .. '?- '.y. %;. ^ , :fc J^WlHIitf ? — PUBLIC BEEBTIHCfcr - :To E. il. Brpad, Esq., J.P., Bega— SlR^We, (the undpreigned, , hereby request...

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. -' A M an who was Present.'— Tour letter was received too late for this issue.. It would be as Well to tone it down' a little. 1 -' A. A. ' — Yep ; it was settled on an application from this district: Your purchase of a second residence block can therefore now be legalized. r iiABNE X — Von are m'ftaicen in supposing toat the tiombala or Candclo folks obtaiued larger promises thnu the Bega Committee did. Mr. Robertson stated at Qneanbeyan th'iit the only Uiiug he committed himself to dnHhg his tottr was £600 for the: Bega and Talhra roa.K Everything the Committee./ thought nccessary was put in train ,-We' 8haU.be.glad to publish ypur remarks «n district wants, but wc think the present : strictures nptjCalled for. ? ' i ? l1 — Hs**-- i&* . Sep llttmimtfr.' ' True to our pJtnciplepf ~~ ~ SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, .1876.

A TOURIST'S IMPRESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

A TOURIST'S IMPRESSIONS. [pjlOU OUR PANJBULA CORRESPONDENT.] ' What a glorious prospect 1 The great Pacific, smooth as a sheet of glass ; on the', sandy beach, a multitude of children, the' to-morrow of society, enjoying with that zest which only the young can, the plea sures of a holiday.' Thus moralized the luu riL.i, ruouwg ws nauas wnn great giee, mirth depicted in his countenance, and ? displaying an unusual alacrity in settling ' himself within his arm-chair. ' You are not : an ostentatious people, you folks of Panbula ; but, soinelipw, you appear a rather independent class of- citi zens — neither, magnates nor millionaires. There is that, about you which plainly says ' we n.re comfortable.'- When a recreation party or school pic-nie -is proposed it is carried out without beat of drum or flourish of trumpets. The other day' lis I -was taking a constitutional on that magnificent beach which stretches from the. mouth of Merimbula Lake to the Panbula. River, I came upon a large h...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

During the JPbemieb's' visit, tlie snb ject.of Port ApcommodatiOn. was pretty constantly before him from the tiino lie landed at Tathra until he was handed : over to the tender lnerciesof ' the Bomr- . bala people, and they seem to have, kept Mr.' ftobpiiTSoN tip to the mark on the Bame question,- The ; answers given here led us to believe tliat the Pkemieb wisely 'refrained' from expressing an * opinion Until he had ; seen \ more of the country tlia't was to' be served 'by a port atTatlira, or' a raihyay |o Eden; and we must lofiowliiiia to ^Cooma to ascerr. tainiiis A'iews on -this important- 'istib ject. There he hiade'it knoivn that his verdict was in favour . of extending the: Southern Railway to the Monaro plains, and, we presume, to the Vic torian border, so ' that produce could go to Port Jackson at once,', and so do away with the necessity of' tinker, - 'ing with , ports on' the coast.' M.r. Robertson, like all our .politi ciahs, is afflicted with a disease; of wLiph the pr...

EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

eden. ' ' |fbom a correspondent.] Bega must be a highly enlightened place after being so brilliantly^illuminated with gas last week. Poor unfortunate Eden was left in the dark, and probably ? is not much the worse for - it. - We thought it r.mVinhlp that tlm Ministerial nartv would have taken a cruise round Twofold Bay as they had so much time to spare. On Saturday evening the You Yangs towed a dismasted vessel into our port, which proved to be the brig Phillis. It appears that during ^the ' strong easterly gale which prevailed on Friday , the fore mast broke off a few feet above the deck and carried away the mainmast head with it. Captain McEachern had considerable difficulty in severing the wire rigging, and clearing away the wreckage, but this was 'eventually done, and a sail set on the main mast. A schooner, which had been in company for some time, remained to give assistance if required, but owing to the thick weather and strong wind could not venture to take them in tow. On Sa...

MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

MINISTERIAL VISIT, Qur report last week closed with a short notice of the festivities at Candelo. From 'thence the party proceeded up the moun tain, and were met at Archer's Flat by a stronir contingent of the mountaineer's and escorted into Bombala on Wednesday afternoon. Thursday was spent in sight seeing in the Mountain City, and accord ing to the report in the Bombala Herald, the wants of the district were pretty well hammered at, and amongst other; things, assistance was promised for the new School of Arts. The dinner in the evening was ; f: i-ly successful, the attendance being about ? half that at the banquet in Bega. Mr. J. ' Nicholson, J.P., occupied the chair, and that gentleman and Mr. Robertson dating their friendship back just .half a cmtury, seemed to get along very pleasantly. ' Mr. Robertson's speech at Bombala was of the same tenor as at Bega, only having had his fling at the Heratd, he went more into general matters, and enlarged somewhat on the business for next s...

JOHN BRIGHT ON THE STATE OF TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

JOHN BRIGHT ON THE STATE OF ' TURKEY. A meetikg convened by the Mayor of Brchdale was heldin the llochdale Town Hall, to pro. test againfl; the Turkish crneltics in Bulgaria. The large hall was cro deit to excess. The Mayor presided, and the following letters were . read by Mr. Hope Brown '-luvernalt House Lochalgh?. Scotlsnji Sept, 1, Dear aSif1,— A Tour letter just reached me late this evening. , 1 havingno time to witeanylhing for the meeting. ? The question is one not to be treateda hastily, , and 1 almost fear to siy anythiug about it. Mora than 20 years ago I explained my viewa of the Eastern br Turkidi difficulty. The Government of the day differed from ine, as (lift the vast majority cf the nation, ?, and-^e -wm^ - with Bussia was entered upon. Sonie of its results we now know. It is. said to have cost. England 40,000 liv«s and 100,000,0001 of-nroney. — - It cost all the parlies to. that war more than half a million of lives. Since then it as cost us ten pillion a year in in...

NOMINATIONS FOR THE BEGA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. First Day—Monday. January 1. The Maiden Place: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

NOMINATIONS FOR THE BEGA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. First Day— Monday, January 1. The Maiden Plate : J. TIeady's br h Auck'u.s'l, I.v Tim W'hifiior — W-arai.nh J. Wilson's f Miss Co r:. . ivCosrr.el: — TJecs- wing ? T. Brown's br f Mdirc 1 'olr.'.orr, ' 7 Lord of. the Willinms — Lady l-elmcis P. Kirby V br li Emerald, by Millionaire— dnm by New Wnrrior P. Kirby 's 1-[; Bujboy, by Millinnairs 10. Mnni'j, junior, gr in Dora, liy Cypher — Lady * . . 5. \V. Tolack'schg Sweet William, by William 1 Toll — Molly Carew - . H. Underbill's r m Svvanhilda, by Kothsehild . W. F. Colliers' br f Valetta, by . Idle Boy — Bessy Bedlam W. Rixou's ch of Queen of Hearts, hy Trump Co/d . r ? t l ? The Bega Cup : 6. Wilion'sbiilillionaiie, by Millionaii'e(imp) fe. Liosombe's Triton, by Millionaire t ? ? — | — r— -^-Excplitinr ? . - . , . ? y ,- 'j./.parrahsu's gi' h Tbe .Card, by 'j'rump, Card — Ziama . ' ' T. Mooney's bl g Bel more (Vate Sovereign) : T- Brown's br f Mdme1. Belmdre! ?' . P. Kirby 's bv h Emeral...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

The Biblu on the Railway Station.— The pregentatatioh, hov«l as yetin the colonies, but' wliieli hsB been attended wltli profit in ? several, known instances in the home country h as bee n recen tly 'tnade by ,the'' Sunday Schopl of St. John's, Aslifieljl; . Tlieyjhavs purciiased a really splendid copy of tlie Holy Scriptures' and placed it iu the waiting room of the ; Ashfield Bailwav StJ tion '.for -tlie use of ! passengers. awaiting ilVa' train.- 'The idea is 1 tine iriost creilitnlile toftlifij children, Bind. we hope that it . has .been appreciated. — Atit- tralian Ckurehmkn.'-' — Hemaukable Coinoidknoe.— By the late nerWBfroiu Bu gh«ul -we^at n tliat on 4herl7}h ^September, jns't a week after the ' nn'preca flented hurricane'' that Swept'oVer Sydney and along the eastern^'epast: of Australia, and six-days after-thajnss of the- Dandenqne,.* tempest, ^f., unuaual , vjolencp.,paeBed -aUinj; He - eflstern'- oatt 'of vNortb Aiiif ricfti ' Mbre liana hundred VfpBflB,wreckednend many...

Second Day Tuesday, January, 2. Hurdle Race: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

: . Sopond .Tuesday, January . 2- . ' Hurdle Rate ir. i T. Mooney's brg-JIappytfpe^hj' ' Josh Britten's Pnor ^ ^ | H. UnderhilPs b^flaSette' J ' _ ? James TarlintoiiS ' ? ? ? y-Tr,wliJStak$St'~. a.'-'r/.-Q j J; 'HeadyVbrh AUcklahd' v. ?- ? J. Wilson's 3fce-«.SoUnt-'-.:-^- r . ' ..' ?. .?:- W.C. llonro s ,-b f by_Ambaa:ador . J ? James Cochfane's th f Dewdrop, by Cossack — ! |Crazy Jane - ? ; T. Biown's l-r f Llsette, by UartVe— dam toy amifcibftlre ? ? ? .... P jkpraj CqlliM'jjOhei^, ^ Autbusador^ jMfinSjain id f FT John^iu^s .chAXittlpMoll _ , i M.1 MooneyTc'^'Jj'u Zeera,^ iy'Atob^sador ' W. F. Cullietk.ch f My Fancy r-X-s £~ A. Xi i Joseph Wilsim's bh, Millionaire ?, I ; , 1 S]' ' i '? . ' B. Lipst»mbe*s bg Triton ? 1 ? ' ' ' — — ^.Bacalibar'.. -?.??? ? ? „.!- T. Mooney's br g Happy Joe P.Kirby's brh :Emerald. by Millionaire W. BoydV Viceroy . - G. A. Wright's b m -Ivanhoe M- M'Alister'e b^ Kafflr, by Grey Waverley — - — : — i ? br m'Seaspray,' by Smnggler^ Hambledo^ H. UnderhiU'e...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

COMMERClAJkr Bxoa (standard Offick, Friday evening. 'We received the following prices current by telegram' this (Friday) evening : — H*krt Pmkstlt & Go's PbIoe List, '' (By Electric Ttlfgrnph,) t «. -t. Mailt ... ... 0 S 0 per bus Hides ... ... ... 0 o * ' ll- Piga ... ... ... ,..0 0 0 ' Ih Bacon ... ? i.,. ? 8 ' ' Butter... ... ... 0 0 9 7I- ' j Cheese ,.. .:. ,.. 0 O 10 ' ' ] Potatoes ... ... 1 0' 0- 41 ton ; Wattle iSark ... ' i .... . fJ-,0Gj. ton .] Snswx -street, Pydney, -November 24 TR7( «. ic J. M Bi.LiDAit'ft PaitB List. .

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

Shipping, ? lllawarra Sfcatti Navigation \ : Company. r \\7 «BKi.Y-.-a«i»feer. between J SYDNEY, IV - lilUlIMPULA, TAKTI1RA, and la-KN;; :'f ?'» . . -: ;.r fio.u BYB^JCY evfryljrOBpDAY at 9 p.m. MEm MmDihs/ on FRIDAY On an /occasions calling at v5!&' ItTKA each way, Watber permitting.' (''arts anid; Freights -Fv ery.Loyir Bates. . ' NO Cbarfce. made for: Meals duriog the *.-yagcB of ^iese, steamers; ° . -??-? Adklirs i'^efimbula, 'Mr.- A. T. Gibson ; l'Meii, Mr. Keon ; and jat Tarthra, Captain w^i t'geant. | . Sj-diicy, 14tli|Mny, 1B74.. .. -Eequla^ ; 'Communication . SYDNEY, EDEN, and .n^lfflfrin;' .V '. TAiETHSA. ? # fill SBplendid clipper brig intina uoted fur her fasl ,and rlejtfl; r pAssages. will.iu futu'i.i KDN DUftDI/AUL ' btliwcen Sydney and Kdrii, calliiilf iitTartlm etywway. . v f§ Fi'i:f«11/%art'inulnrt«s toylates'of: sailing and atcs'iif frfeiihtj apfly'to' . ? «-».«. *. V.h-,'.bo1!o!mqs,' ? ' ]''*? ? ? ,-i,- 1- ???' -.'y'-*' V ' 'Eden. c. ' i ??---?. \ ... w .t...

REPORTS. MESSRS FINLAY AND CO.'S REPORT. Goulburn 18th November [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

J REPORTS. ' MraiK3. FINLVT ANDCO.'SnErOtlT. Goul1 urn 1 8th November Fat tJatHe.— W/-. h five do .snlt-6 to 'report. We qnotc Iwst quality nt from SiOs to 2R« a liun'lrcil: There is a fnir supply available, Consequently we cannot offer any encouragement to peif'1 entile to thia market in the hope of getting extreme rates. Store yaiue.- — uwing u) wje IUthb»di ion season onp weekly sale which- took place as usual (last WednlMlnyVpast off very languidly, with great difficulty in telling nt jinyprice ; fo muili so lmd the weather continue J dry.we proposed advising our constituents ti- refrain from sending any cattle into the yards.' The now splendid general rains falling most have a pood effect upon 'business, find wc. anticipate a revival in prices, although we do not think low conditioned vnu ig cattje will improve - much iu value;, but we look for a decided improvemeut in all kinds nf good cattle lit for tlicifattening paddocks for breeding purples \fp wild. by- auction 3i)6 head ...

(By Electric Telegraph) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 November 1876

(fly Eitclrit Telegraph:) ? ? X *. a. . Butter -.?« ... ... ? i... 0 0 .9 per lb. Oheese.,.. R. ~ . ... t D, 0 1 1 . ...... Bacon ..; v.. ' ... ' : 0 0 9 -j Hams .„ ? ? ,0 .'0 U . . Maize ..1 ? II! ^0 3 0 per bus. Hides .;: ... i) O S per lb. Bark ... ? ... 8 0 .0 per ton.. Flour ... ... ... ..'. IB' 0 0 ' Tallow... ... - 'v. 32 0 0 per ton. Potatoes ... ... BOO „ Pigs, per lb. . .'.'. ... .. . 0 0 4 . 82, Susiex-slreet, Sydney, November, 14. 1176.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 December 1876

beg^w£?cltib ANNUA L R AG E S ? PBOGE AMMB-X8 77. Peaio®ST — Mr. W. D. Tarlinton, J. P. Vicb-Pbssiden T Mr. K W. Polack Tbrasuhee Mr. W. F.AIIworib CokmiTtkb.— M-'69ts P. KSrby, T. Monney, J. Conm-lly, H 'Guinness, M. M'Alister, H. .Underbill, M. J. Ppdpn,-H. brown, W. Rixou, T.Bmiwii, S. Rntwti.M. Moonev SnetMiiDS Mewrg.'S. W Polark, .VbruimJ. Pud on. T. Brown, H. Underbill. T. Mo -ncy. Clekk of OoURSB ; — Mr. C. ll'Gregor. First D&y— MonAeiy, Jat January. (To ttart at -noon punctually.) rpBE MAIDFN 'PLATE, value 60 bovb., I with eweo- stake oflanv.eacb to »o to the winner. ? For *11 m aiden-, hoi sea at timn of nomination (winnern of Two year old Stakes incliijled*) Penally for, winning t liercaft er ( ?'ieept for twoyear olds)— once, 5 iIib., twice, or more, 7Jbs, not nociiitiulativfl.^ i Distance l^Tpile-' Nomination 1 spy (pait,of entrance) to, liesbnt to Ihf undprflined on or before November 20, at 730 p.ln. Ralanne of entrance, with sweep, to be paid on Tues day, Dece...

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