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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 13 January 1866
Illawarra Stem ITavigation. CompgAny, GREAT REDUCTION OF FARES &lt;fc FREIGHTS. T C5wj HE STEAMSHIP) ECUaTTHR, Will hereafter Leave SYDNEY Btbet Wkdkesday, at 10 a.m. Leave MERIMBULA every Friday at 10 a.m,, Calling at TA.RTHRA. on all oocasoins. £ 8 d. Cabin 2 0 0 Return Tickets 3 0 0 Steerage 10 0 Return Ticket 1 10 0. Freigets, 26s. per ton, and proportionate redaction on packages; pigs and calves 4s. each. Wool 5s, per bale, of at any price at which it would be taken by anv other vessel. ADAM K, PAGE, . Agent. Merimbula, Ji6th Oct., 1865. Steam from Eden, to Sydney and Melbourne. Magnificent new Steamship, "YOU YANGS," TJ. Hassellton, Esq., Coiqmander; having, replaced the Jiarwon will run to and from the above ports with the greatest punctuality. Her accommodation for Saloon and second-class passengers is equal to any steamer afloat 5 »nd she can without using her decks carry 400 bales of wool oil the up trip from Eden to Sydney. FaRKS SAMJt A8 THE BabWON, £ «. d Saloon...
Local News. BEGA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 13 January 1866
IocaC Uw$. BEGA JOCKEY (JLUBf A meeting of tlir-members of the Bega Jockey Club took place, pursuant to advertisement,"on Tuesday January 2nd, W. D. Tarlinton, Esq.,- ita' the "chair. The minutes of the Last meeting luiving been read and confirmed, the | Secretary read the following report for the past year1 " Your committee hare great pleasure, at the termina-1 tion of the first year of.the existence of the Bega Jockey Club, to bring before the members a report of their labors, ami the extent to which the Club lias progressed. "In cor sequence of the general .depression, occasioned by cattle disease, failures of crops, and the long continued drought, your committee have experienced some difficulty in obtaining the annual subscriptions from the members; and, owing to the same causes, the assistance of the gene ral public, towards furthering the objects for which the Club was formed, have been almost nil. " Notwithstanding these untoward circumstances, your committee have, however, t...
The [?] [?] "Quod Petis Hie Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 13 January 1866
"Quod Pctis Hie Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1*35. In presenting the Gazette tins week in its present altered form, to our numerous patrons and subscribers, we are actuated by the desire of increasing our space in order to give more information and read ing matter, without increasing the price of subscription, or entailing any material outlay on ourselves. In order to ensure the permanency of the paper, we must be very careful not to let our expenditure exceed our income, especially at the pre sent time when all are labouring under unavoidable difficulties ; but at the same time we woulcf wish to improve the Ga zette to the utmost extent of our means, feeling confident that, when more prosper ous times arrive, we shall be enabled to reap the benefit of our present exertions. The appearance of the Gazette in for mer issues has been very much [against it; it being only half a sheet, consequently our space was very limited; we have fre- j quen ily been compelled to omit some very j usef...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
§§omtnwhtt', Elour.—Adelaide flour is iinuer, bUjcLs Lel;tg w:j ■ BrauU. Sales of assail quantities are reported A'iiS .10,;. to £20 per ton. Cliiliau is quo: id ui X'lt) to aci Cttlifornttin, £'22 to 'J 3 pun ton. \\?ttiUT is steady. AJc , laid'2, &o. Gd.: Chilian. Sa. t!J. to 8.i. (3d.. —S. LL. li. John Campbell, and Co's Produce Circular.— During the past week maize has continued at 5s. at which price it is in brisk demand, and if anything, has an upward tendency. Lucerne Hay.—Market very full, but demand good Wheat is withont alteration, but little or 110 business doing. Flour somewhat , brisker but no material alteration in price.—January 13th, 1866. Graham Coulter's Weekly Produce Circular,— Maize, per bushel, 4s. 9 to 4sl0d; Wheat, 8s to 8s 6d ; cape barley,* 3s 6d to 4s ; English parley, 3s 9d to 4s Od; •oats, 3s 6d to 3s 9d; bran, Is 4d to Is 6d; hay, lucerne, per ton, £3 5s to £4 Os ; hay, oaten, £3 10s to £5 00s; bacon, per lb. 8d to lid; cheese,6d to 9d, potatoes...
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
e j : n . ARRIVALS : January 11.-- Gipsy .'JcLooner, Wrigtit, uiusf-er, iiwu Sydney. January 12.—Kilen, Xidiolson, from Syduey. City of Hobart (a.), Clinch, from .Sydney. January. 13.—You i'aags (:■>.), Hai.-.el'ton, iroia Mel bourne, Pa.yicnger.s—Messrs. 1'iriry and hiveii/mc. Dja'Auaciths : Jauuary 12.- -City of HoLart for llobart Tuv.n. January 13.— Ellen schooler for Sydney via Tail lira. January 18.—You Yangs for Syduev. l'assciigcR— Mr. Witto:i, -Itav- Slattery, -Mrs. Teas, Aire, liarclay, and Miss Murray. —Gipsy schooner for Sydney via Tartlim.. 1MJ»0J1TS : I'er Ellen,—16 packages, Hopkins. ■1 cases drapery, case vestas, case nvmiuoiifri'ry, 4 packages suudriw. 7tf mutu sugar, 40 bi»s dour, tj c-if.'S o!J torn, hothead ruia,' case drugs, '21 'picoes timber, £3 pieces cedar, £1 bales hay, Lag potatoes, S. and If. Salomon. 1'ag Hour, '21 baga corn, 2 bales Lay, Falkner. 15 bales lihy, Campbell. Case, Thompson, Bag Hour, 3 boxes tobacco, Moorlcy: l'er City of ilobart,—package...
EPITOME OF LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
EPITOME OF LATEST NEWS. (From the Herald.) Folitioal Kcm'ji-r—It was generally bcleived in Syd ney, that the Governor weuld declinc to dissolve the bouse, ar.'f! that ft iiew Mluistry have already been formed. Mr. F arkess we believe, was to b? bent for, and Mr Martin had agreed to act with him. Mr. J H. PLrssET, (J. C., returned to Sydney, from Mel bourne by trie steamer, on Sunday morning last. On his arrival, it is understood that he heard, fos the first time, that Mr. Marshal Bardekin had been appointed Treasurer by Mr. Cowper, aad immediately resigned his position as Attomey-&lt;i encrn.1 in consequence. He consented, how ever, to retain oKia until a successor sould be appointed. Oil Tuesday, when Mr. Cowper, brought forward the usual j motion, declaring Mr. Burdekin's seat vacant, that mo tion was amended l,y Mr. Parkes moving the addition of the following words to the ordinary motion:—"In declar ing snch vacancy, the House foelsitto be its duty to ex press its entire ...
ORIGINAL POETRY. DREAM-LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
ORIGINAL POETRY. uu DREAM-LAND. J a Dream-land I've been wandering, mother,* O, the happy, blissful place, And the glorious things I saw, mother. Brought joy intomy face. I wish I could tell you all, mother, That passed before my eyes, lUit of Dream-land when I wake, mother, Kt-raeinLrance quickly flies. There were flowers of rarest hue, mother. And rich fruits hung o'er my head, And, mother, I saw dear sister Jane, Tboiijrh I know poor Jane is dead; Vet I tfpokeand play'd with with her, mother, And so merrily time ran along, That. waking, the hot tears fell, mother, When 1 found my dream was gone. Bc^a. IS oh January, 1865.
TARTHRA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
TAETHRA. ARRIVALS : January 14.—Gijisy schooner from 3yd aer via Eihsa. Ellen schooner from Sydney, via liden. Wil'AHTlIlitS : January 14.—Gipsy schooner for Sydney. CJJm schooner for Sydney. ' IXPOKTS: Cask, ease, Vex candles can treae'e, 2 bags sugar, C Laga floar, keg sundries, pared sundries, case biscuits, Thomp son. 2 casks, 2 kegs nails, cases axes, can oil, case, 21 bags flour, 3 boxes sou]), case corn flour, case Llue, case 20 bags sugar, 4 casks jjoriur, PrescoU. Per lilicu, —Case 'J hoinp3on> Case jmndrica, bag sundries, Kitciile. 15 J.ales Lay, Captain Caropboli Parcel, bag sugar, box tea, Order. EJU'OKTS : Per Ellen,—130 bags bask, 90 bags corn, 6 cases elieM9 2 baiea 7& bides, 4 tub; bniter, i;0 sidea baeon.
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
MEttlMBULA. ARRIVALS : Januaay 11.—Hunter (s.), Ceptain Sullivan, from Syd ney. Passengers—Miss Heritage, Miss Newman, Messrs Kesterson, Poire, Green, Orr, Colling, Brown, and 9 in the steerage. r>~rARTunr.s : January 13.—Hnnter h.'l Captain Sullivan, for Syd ney. .Passengers—Mrs. Ridley, ltunfol;ih, Gor Povell, C'riEp, and 7 in the steoi:ag 1. IMW>BT3 : £ trunks, case hoots, 2 cases mlndr'iev Lazarus. Paper parcel,; Maddock. Case ironmongery, 2 cases jams, 2 eases oysters, case sardines, 2 cases oil, bag-oatmc&l, half cask vinegar, 5 bigs rice, bag pepper, case sundries, half tierce tobacco, bag chains, Hintou. Case, 2 trunks, 2 buddies, J. Heritage. 9 cases sundries, cask sundries, tin kerosene, 2 spades, package drapery, box currantf, 2 chcsts tea, 2 boxes soap, 24 mats sugar, 5 bags salt, 5 hundred rock-salt, bag rice, keg rum, keg vinegar, case tin, case sundries, crate china,'0 Bourke. Package seeds, 5 mats sugar, 2 cases biscuits, hogshead rum, 4 casks beer 3 ca...
The Bega Gazette "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
"Quod Pet is Hie Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1SGG. Upwards of two months ago the Bench appointed a Poundkeeper in Bega, yet we find that stock are recklessly and wantonly destroyed by driving them to the Pound at Panbula, a distance of twent}r-five miles; no grass on the road, and, even if there was, drivers are not over particular with impounded stock, all they seek is to per form the journey as speedily as possible ; so, the poor cattle and horses have to travel, impelled by the lash of the stock whip, until they arrive in Panbula, sweat ing, panting, hungry, and thirsty. In Panbula, like every other place at present, there is no grass; so there they remain sixteen days, starving, while the owners j know nothing whatever about the:n until i a day or two before the sale, then the Poundkeeper sends up the advertisement. If the people are determined to send the impounded cattle to Panbula, the Pound keeper ought to be compelled to send the notices up by the return of the drivers, so ...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongong, Moruya, and Bodalla, via. Clyde) every Thursday, and Monday at 6 a.m. Sydney, via. Merimbula steamer, every Thursday, at 6 a.m. Karaarnka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Fanbula, and Eden, «veiy Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
Book Almanack for 1866, CONTAINING a plan of Sydney Harbour, Seven • Illustrations, Saxby's Weather System, Ready Reckoner, Gardening information, Post Towns, Postal Regulations, the Now Stamp Act, and all other usual almanac information, PRICE: ONE SHILLING. \ To be liad at the Post-office Stores, Bega. NOTICE.—Mr. JOHN DAVIS, C. P. S., is ap pointed a Coiunritsiouer for taking Aflidavits. Fred. Berne's. Weekly Register of Lauded Properties. FOR SALE OR TO LET, DWELLING- HOUSE and Stores, Yowaka, Pan bula. Firet.claafl stand That newly-finished Cottage at Eden, well-known as Mr. Manby's,Vith two acres of Land. The v Traveller*' Home Inn," Bega, and one acre of Land on which it stands, also two acres and a half opposite. FOR SALE. 80 Acres at Ba,ck Creek, 10 acres fenced, a good house, with stone fire-place aud oven—plentiful supply of waiter. 22 Acres Freehold, at Wyndham. 36 Acres, Freehold, Lochlel. Conditional Purchase of 240 acres at Back. Creek. 43 Acres 3. Roods freehold, at ...
Mail Time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
Mail arrives from Sydney, Wollougong, Moruya, and | BoJalla, on Wednesday's and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Monaro every Wednesday at 6 p.m. From Eden, Merimhulla, Fanbula, Wolumla, on; Wed C3day'fl and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Kamaruka, every Tuesday and Sunday at fl p.m. |
ME ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS OF THE CAPTURE OF DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
>ME ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS OF THE CAPTURE OF DUNN. (From r Corrrspwident oflhc liat.hnrst Times.) Dating from Dubbo, 2nd January, the writer says:— Your readers will no doubt be curious to know the full particulars of the des perate engagement between Dunn and the police, iu which I may say all were •wounded. Constable Hawthorne had a bullet put thrugh his hat, senior constable Elliott received a wound from a blow of the pistol Dunn earned, while Dunn him self and M'Hale were ba>dly wounded, and both are in a very low .state, neither of them being out ot danger. Sub-inspector Hogg, of this place, set off this morning fot the scene of the affray. From a comparison of Elliott's state ment with that of a gentleman just arrived at Dubho, and who went expressly twenty miles out of his way to Coonamble to hear the facts of the case, I can vouch for per fect accuracy of the following information. Dunn, Thunderbolt, and Co., were in November last sticking-up on the Birres. Kiver, in t...
Local News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JAN. 16TH. (Before their Worships H. Wren, 15. Haslingden, J. D'Arcy, H. Kesterson, R. Ritchie, W. D. Tarlinton, and W. M'Gregor, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Hardman v. Brown—Breach of Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
HocaC. &lt;w$. COURT OP PETTY SESSIONS. Tdesdat, Jan. 16th. (Before tbair Worships H. IVren, 15. Has?ingden, J. D'Arcy, H. Kesterson, R. Ritchie, W. D. Tarlinton, and Vf. M'Gregor, Esqre., J.P.'s.) Hardmau v. Brown—Breach of Agreement. Plaintiff agreed to builtl a house for defendant according to contract, and afleged that the contract had Ijeen broken by defendant by not supplying him with rations according to^agreement. Their wor>hips ruled that the cast; did not rfpme under the Master and Servants Act, the plaintiff */ot being a servant within the meaning of the Act, but a contractor, therefore they had no jurisdiction. Case dismissed. Mr. Williams appeared for the plain Tiff. Wilson v. Davis—Trespass of Pigs, Damaees £2 12s. Caroline Wilson, sworn, deposed : I am a iuarried wo man, and reside at Frogs Hollow, on tbe 20th December last thirteen pigs belonging to Mr. Davis broke into my paddock and destroyed my growing crop of potatoes; I shut them up and sent a note to...
POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. The Bega Post-office lias been open as a Money Order Office from the 1st December, 1S64. The following are the rate* of Commission, chargeable upon the issue of Money Orders, viz :— For any Money Order, not exceeding (£5) five pounds, (6d.) sixpence. Above (£5) five pounds, and not exceeding (£10) ten pounds, (Is.) one shilling. The weather, at the time of going to press, bad cleared up and the rain replaced by a strong, cold S. W. wind.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
fADVERTISEMENT.] (To the Editor of the Beoa Gazette.) SIR,—In your issue of the 13th instant, my attention was called to a paragraph, headed*; A most discredit able affair," which should not have gone forth to the world, .as the main features of the affair have been supposed by your correspondent, who should have made more enquiries to ascertain the truth. Perhaps it is the same correspon dent that informed you some time ago, that Fanbula was gradually fading away from the map of the County of Auckland ; if so he needs correction now and then. Now, Sir, the particulars of the "disci-editableaffair" are these:—Before I was married to my husband he made a solemn promise, to me and to my mother, that if there was any children they should be brought up in the Jtomon Catholic faith, which promise he has violated on the Sunday this discreditable affair took place. My hus band went to church and returned after service; a female that resides in this town came and asked me to let her look at...
ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
110 ADS. Mr. II. Kiihtsrson lias courteously handed us the follow- ! ing letter from the Department of Lands to Daniel li^an, Esq., M. L. A. "Department of Lands, "Sydney, 20th December, 1805. "Sib,—Referriugto the petition signed by certain inha bitants of the County of Auckland, in which increased expenditure on the roads leading to Bega, Tarthra, and Eden, is sought at the hands of the Government, pre sented by you on the 15th June last,.I am directed to in form you that under a report in the matter which has been obtained from the proper officers, it has been determined to make the following classification of those lines, viz. :— "Ist. Road from Bega to - Tarthra.—This road will be provided for as a 4th class road for the future. "2nd. The road from Brogo via. Begato Wolumla, to be rated as a fourth^class line on schedule for 1S66. " 3rd. With reference to the line of road (already pro vided for on Ihe schedule- froui Merimbula via Jellat Jellatto llega, as this roi d is partly ...