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POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

. POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Dec. 7. Magistrates present: -Messrs. Hasling den, chairman ; Lane, M'Grtgor, Kirby, Ritchie, Pedeu, Jaui 0 ;y, D'Arcy, Tarliij ton, Broad, Dat-is, and Stennett. ;. Mr. Wren was absent, in consequence of his previously expressed determination to retire from the Bench, and, sent in a letter resigning the position., of yisiting o ustice 10 me oega gaoi. Mr. Stiles, the only other absentee, was away at Towamba. , ,, ? ; Mr. Rawlinson applied For a license For ' the Brogo Inn, for Mr. John M'Gregor, and explained that since;, the; proceedings in' court some weeks . ' ago, -no trace of the ' missing money or letter had been found: The magistrates who heard the case of the Police v. M'Gregor, having stated that there -was no objection . whatever -to the application, the certificate for a license was granted. The Feeling seemed to be that the .Government made light of the, imputation of a defalcation pf£3Q against; some of their officers,'.' .' . ' Phillip Behl app...

PORT ACCOMMODATION. To the Editor of the Bega Standard [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

PORT ACCOMMODATION. To the Editor aftia Bora SitmnrJntrA. Sir, — It was veiy..di^uK^ihg, iii'tihe late! public meeting, to 'see the evident want of j unity in regard tb the requisition For sur-.' -yey oF line oF rail From Bega to TwoFold i Bay — for disunion is' certain to .make our ! efiorts abortive, not only in part but in the now, to expunge the objectionable resolution altogether,' and? thus iseeiwe'utiidn, for with union we ai^j certain Pf ' suCces'a,; fdr the people's power is next to omnipotent when united and concentrated off^ne'object. While it is a fact that Twofold ' Bay is tbe natural outlet, and therefore the best for Monaro, it fa as' surely a fact that a port (if it can be found) . within ten -miles of Bega must be its most useful outlet. A child' must. first learn to -walk before it runs. Bega is but young, and although she has. crawled along- safely and fast mo lar, Mie ran to i woioia uay would be too much for her just yet, and it would be safer and better for her...

TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

' ' ' -. TRAINING NOTES. [Br A. Guinnjcv.1 On Monday morning I was out to have a look at the work on the course, but, sum mer or no summer, the Fog waa so thick that one could scarcely tell a horse From a cow, 'so there was, in Fact, no work done; all that were down went For steady exer cise. ' ' ? On Tuesday we had . clearer weather. and a cool *air, and as the sun. rose the . morning . was Ipvely. Queen pF Hearts, Rixon's pretty little chestnut, did a smart .gallop witb/black Ivanhoe ; ehe goes well and gamely, and I will keep my eye on her for a tip aa we get nearer the event -Mooneyis black horse did a slow mile in a fine swinging style/ and then was Sent a fast 1760, and from his way of goingl fancy that this ' sovfreign ':staiids well to land a hundred pf his namesakes on New Years' Day ; at- any rate; he will make the pace hot for the rest.1 Mr. HeadyV Tim Wliifflfer colt, ? Auckland^' I am glad to see is at work again, 'and quite over his lameness ; I fancy tliia colt much f...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

jHoLlOWAT's PittS 'A'Sij OlNTMBNTi— Stomneh,Liver,'*tid.'BoweIs.— In adtinn of the 'liver and -bowels, one single trial of thess Pills MlMemonkWeJhfit they regulating and reporatinc ppwprg in J a ! high; 'degree. TOejr sjpeedily . restore tbe; aroetjtc,lcB8enthe,«npleaftan.t«ii'Btentionof'! tti| abdoniffrit an^ e^prey.cDt in^uimationjOf ? the boweli'and' other Berinuit iibdominal . ailments. Ilpljii way's Pills /afford the .greatest ? cofnfort. tb.jth^ dyspeptic: invalid-without harassing br 'weakening the ?:? inoit. sensitive constitution or interfering materuljywltb Ilia ordinary afudife's^lcksure*;W)t'pd&uiti. Tlie airbplicity andieffirqcy , nfxhistrcatihent has -evpked^he,, gratitude at all cluin |n both' tiemijplierea.andcomnianded asaief or these - Thk^R «-o? pjr^e.of remedial;. kind: in i the ^Tcau^r'sa&dicinaV nuportationswhicli 1 art an pppijt^^jpoD Uitf ;; t he-same cwatrve -ingredients aat. iPdolpho : Wolfe's 'ScliSedatii ^bnnp|»sor to j)-ws*aa j-ecu!mV^ro...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

? ^Sliippi^; :;V* ' ' . ^ ? ? ? ? : ? r-!-J V.-J) ' ,j ?l',.';i»r. * {,5 -j ~ ' -n * n * 1 r KRttCV '-Ste^mef. fcetweJri-' SYDNEY) L \V MKMMBUt^ TA5THBA, aha VM ??.1?;!,Kms-' 'i' \$t \- 10,11 SYDNEY eveTy-TUESBAY^t!9 a.m; Fw.11 EDEN. ft^ERlMBUL A on FRIDAY' morning. 'On -all occasions calling ;ati -???'?--- '4 AllTBA'eKch' wiy-*eBtt«rpemil8ng,- ? -.r li.tl T»^-- ,\A liyjj llxiiiitj ; . Bates. j.-|. ;' \ ^{y vnyagcs of these eteaineri. ' AOBNTS : Merirabuja, :Rlr.t;,A. i T-.-Gibsoi] Kilen, Mr. Keon ; JtsduM .Tgrtjira, -Captain:. '.-S»-rgeaut; ^!, T- ??' ? ?''??- H a ; s fij'duoy, 14thJMay, 1874. ? ' ?' 0 iE6baraOiB--OoMMDHioATioN ; I * 'kgk ? t. Between ! » sYpinsy:, e epen, , end,, irdBSSiwfe'- , TABTiBCBA- ?? : I ^ irtus dip^'b^Einenk *:; . j 1 []i uote.l tor%er't«r a^^u©li-&ages, will in ; futme *&-*?? ?nd lSd.ail-&lUuft atTarWrA'feBoh way. - , Ji/*uU#artic(ilafi- Mlbo H- . ? n r ,-)fj gaji.Ki nidi Anrt Vs» - * i ' B^liifess'1)iir^^^^', -' . j ' A X3 - ? T ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, DEC. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

Many g'ia 4: ms. ;,r- — rr-. : j .Cp^RBB^ONDBaSfffl:] I :'^''-'i1sVx-iSEiy, PRC. 12;- J forllnment v?as opened at , noon to-day ?. ^ith-thetaisaa;l-icerembny; 'Tlio .attendance of yisitprs waB Binaller ihnn usna] ; there . TliQ, fl0,terti0T'fi Bpeech referred to the Xinusuul length of last eeseion, nnd, owing : ^tfdttred'^d^vblo toi mte'r-r ^ere, at,thi6,,UHsj,.i6p^p^Qr tlje.year, with o^.tjioBft resident in tbe in 0fPjU3 roc^s ha^ bocit ed. fie ' l^iEji'tioiiedibst 'the reV6M6^ljbad.e^bil).itbd n steady increase ; that the recoinniendn. tions-of the Dofflnte C'onimtkfetoit lia^ been chVrled 'but ; ' that' nrr'ngemcnts ifor a. duplicate ..European mible would 'be sub-, initted j tbat the dtjbt Qf tJie cblony would ' ' he, consolidated j , ' apd tliatl . information c|»biieg.jed jf ilJU , , tbe . Pacific mail , service yrould shortlj be laid before tho pnrlin ment. ^.'Aftor' reTerri njg ? to1 railway ex ten - Bion^-ttnd ''reduction !;bf rates, Bill; were mtV^VUi^ -to ainend . tbe exi...

COMMERCIAL. REPORTS. FINLAY & Co's REPORT. Goulburn December 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 December 1876

CO^JpESl^f-, | ? T??* - l- ^ , :.T©r. T uaygitm; riKLAT ti co's rxponr. Ooulburo December B. Pat Cattle.— 0»r snlos huv* been limited this weelc to a small draft of l'i head, on account . pf Wilfred Hall. Usq., nt£8 10s- Prime cattle are very low in Syduey, aud the demands of this coarM arc ltMhrnqtlr^ they- /We guote besf ? i&- to , StorejLIaUlB^Eh^jai^jenty^ttlwwiyariled.by., ' ' tis thifi'weeki wei'c'rxtremcly' low~m ctraditiou, l^nd showed the BCverilT of the drought where they came from, vis., The Blond. Almost all were withdrawn, buyers not feeling disposed to (iperatecxpept «t pnp^«mmeqsur«tc with;thsir ^ condition. Our 'pales were limited to two or thrcejsroali afafts of eeUlew' cattle, priueipallr , from mno ippnips, to . t-jro. yeai* ;pia, wnicn realised1 from 68 ? Ifis to '18s ' fdr' chit cs. We quote best bui locks nt fiS i good steers from #4 5s tP. ^..jlSs^ WVfp'frOOi^Z^sito ei. . )P(tt Sheep. — We .have uo sales to report, flest Wpthers iu flooee ore . worth 1...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

Happy Old . Christmas' We Hail Again. SIhI^L^CG'. ^ESIBTB,to c°nvey thetf |ineere thanks tb the inhabitants of Bega and its U vicinity fcr -the very liberal amount oi PaitrorisJge . accorded^ tnfejn during the pMt month, and now* wish to call their immediate attention to a CHOICE I and VABIED STOCjK OF GOQDS, Opened, During the Past Week, and | Specially for this Festive Season. 'VTe herewith publish a price' list, and invito the public to lttMjectthe' goods, as^ey are genjjjiie, and we shew thera wicn j pleasure. ? rfcV; ? i White Honeyjspmb Towels, worth 9(3, 4|d« 72 inch /Whi.te'Tjrlll Sheering, Is 4jd Window Net, .prettyTbatterrifc, 64d roift^sH^aa, ? ii'rinte, fast colour^Sja s ^Horrockses'A Lot^cI6th,36ins/4|d\, * * ' Vcia ' fH „ . ma * 4-4 Grey,£alico, 4M ? \U- * 6-4 Fringed Toilet Covers, Is 4|u' 12-4 Toilet Quilts, 8sx9d , .. \ 114 Alhambra C^rit^rpanesy-iis-ild ? -Colored .Linen Shirting!?, yard widfc 9£d Checked ginghams, 9£d ^ * ElegantlyBraidedCostames, 123 9d White and...

A PICNIC "DOWN THE HARBOUR." [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

k PICNIC ' DOW'THB HAE- ; -v/ . -BCJUii.''-; V':,' / , New Tear's Day in Sydney (—the happy *1 harbinger of'jovialtty.merrtmeht, ' feasting,'! and careless geniality to thousanda of holiday foUc 1 And where . iu euntiy Ans\| tralia will yoa fipd such holiday, makers as j ithepeople p! Bydpey f How-many hampeta -re packed and ianpackW i hoVmanyTjottlesj 'a^ttnoorkfed^-how'-miiny^^ntlisy-, carelew,'! 'romping garnss of bripket,. 'loot, tall, kiss Tift theiing, and ^eaven knows wpSt of rustic ! direaiooB, 'ire (battled throngb -f»- So wmany dancea are footed npbnthe ; paired herbage1' of ' January, and beneath ^yourig January's, .cruel'? san1'; aye, how rnsny heartfl are, ilost'jand, wop, v!fej8hpnid'i}ke;t» know, in: the Oountiesa picnios which ' cefebrate every New Year, holiday of New fionlh Wales' , I Beautiful, : Bydney— iideat daughter of ' noss, .or)me, and ertl pmen-^-casting eS at JpnjR ( .V ihe rrude fetters which 'bound h'er. ?down, nnd shooting npwith tbpioal Iriimrianoe' t...

CHRISTMAS TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

CHRMtMAS TID8. BeanlUnV Indeed are all thefostal occasion! of the year, tabdlvidingtime bj tljeir regular recanence, and dlvenifying the dream 6*. fcoman Vfe aa it slides away tatween ear|h and heaTen. rhey are like M^nt churcbea, which we mast ai we p«' nP°n «' mortal jonrney, gieen with the iry «fc oentoriea, aahotified with the prayers of BCneratioBB, predoas to nt for the clmtered memoriet of agei which are arouna win. and eacred for the Softening and panfying inflaenoe wbich the light of their pictnred ninaoiin rmm tevany with it to^the eonl o AmtDgBtail these hallowed festivals there U aoiioi-fcoweTer.flp welcome to the Oe happy, holy seaaon of Christmas. It is ewsfialiy tiie fea» ? of 'other days,' and one ^ «Udr 'tirfa^i before w the tenderest and : 'P^'teiKhtest *eosji»tionii &irer '°a ^^afrinrnr farihantieWaliUes«M4 Risible; the; which awakens those ecboes.of the;.past P. «k.i at eth& annireraaries are sfleHt as the * other timos 'that ye teifijl^^gBthatpni...

Christmas Number POETRY. THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

? ' ? __ — ; — : ? ' — POETRY. « W TOBBPIRIT OF CH3l8rMA8. Jh angel flew from the far, tar aS', . t ni *lngel hlswa- ?o Mx AwtttlluiS, Wab « boLh'ms wins an t « gbntle eye ; And a scroll oftftre white In hli hand, a»a l«it-CT writ to lag i -1 gold, . r j0 bs'nat with awe by b th JCUM aadem, aa'.e oa a granj »kpe ~ Ot tha'. favored land, and rftns eommuud f^tblLetMkiogtuitjinadleBtbopa that spraag from a -soil by eve attune! i Aid ar.und the lidnest & hala fair, fly ft * Bjiiio fomflMUIg'WW WttlCllMW» 'ItfUne.Somrthhag.' thamald Vgu, ' White doth tie Spirit of Christmas d»ell Stat takes i» Ms ***7 y*rij8P&n Here UuaU^toogas«l 'ore -an leu! „ Cometh it trm tks bright bin* bVt, _ 1 Or doth il »I*'«g *«-m the fountain nigh ? ' Ai tle Balden spake «ft scroll came near, ind Usfslds wtte loosed, and th^wsrdi were - iUi; luil the maiden ttad the letters dear, Aad she read them thrioe.*;, d then again , ^ Wbearer won was vdjed from aMA Sfiihs letters huge andtheltglowisg l'gh...

WONGAWARRA [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

[?] [?] Around tbe - wj^iStnteUag-ewfan- -01^ Wongawarra, soft anil loraly,; Spring, was, spreading her nroen' beauty. . Acroes lhe. .miles of undulating pasture, op among the, blossom-laden brancbee of grjutd^old -box trees, along 'the trellised vines of the , stately homestead, fresh Anstia]ian-4inted Terdure was burst ine into leaf. . Tbewmny hsxe of October floated on the distant line of blae, purple hihs. The bosom .of the beautiful Goalbum Biver glittered in the' sun like a broad ribbon of watered silver, and along Ua hanks clustering eucalypti— young and fresh and green aa the freshness of Spring could make them— mirrored eaah eeft -outUna in the ^ boulders of sparkling granite, a - more brilliant and feathery - hdt : of : verdure marked the winding and tqrtuous oeuise cf Woogawarra Creek, Patches of theriohest polden-colored bloom nestled hare and there ' , m the soft full sjoays along .its \pak^ marking the spots when the qpring sun. lingered most lovingly, aad carassea the...

A VERY QUEER CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

?AVERY QUEEailHRISTMiS. , ' T-; t-A 'J [ BT BlCHillD:SOAN £n^ (BOUKJEIIV*). ; i ; I ?say begin by^redy confessing that ,my ' expoiences of ' the festive '5 Christmas tide'j have been of that - varied and disoutsive ; chsiract^r peculiar to those'unluoky dc^s the Bohemisin tribe who never seem able to plant their legs nader their own 'mahogany tree,' I recollect ' very wilj belng snowed up on Christmas Bv« many years ago on one »r Wslali niltrniL.T ' ttitnV i i mil . thn Caerhogl-y'spogl, &nd Caradps junction— at ail evtnts.it was as nupronbanceable -as the majority of Cymric nam-u;-andsp«ndingthe next morning at a barbarbtu inn near the line ot -Tails,, an: inn where Welsh women (they're not bad looking, though, as -s rule) walked .in and out, wearing men's hats, calling for glasses of 'ofrw'— which is the euphonious Welshlbr 'two ales,' and rattling off consonants .at- a rate appalling -to. ;a, Londoner, tiained to respect the five vowels in their proper positions. That was...

COMMERCIAL. REPORTS. FINLAY & CO'S REPORT. Goulburn December 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

COHMftClAL, 1 . REP0lf|8 . irii«!^T t Gonibt'irn December IB. Fat Cattle;— Priraf quality may be quoted at from -BOs toS1!? 6d a ? Aiupdred, with a tendency 'M* downwards. We hnra no sales to report. Store Cattle.— Qur remarks of la--t week a^ply tntbis. Sniff aria difficult to cfioct at toriiicr quotations. We quote eg®! fattening, in for-' ward cnwlitfon. ot tfij.rtyouil steers, from £3 17s H i' lo £i 76 Gd; cowi, from £4 10s to ~£B 10' — the former price only obtainable for cat tleof very fiupprjirqualiteifovB-ard in calf, . F«t Sheep.'— Best wctbrrsiu the wo0! may be qnnlert at fi'-n 1 to 12s C-1 , shorn. Te to 8s. Store Sheep. — None offering, with very few in quiries. Horaes. — Inquiries are limited tn good staunch , orpower'ul colts.fit for the Sydney marknt. Wool.— Uuring the week we have consigned several parcels to our. agents (Messrs, Olough. and Co.. Melbourne.) The Goulburu value rates from lSJ'i tnl^d for fair, to good samples of - washed wool ; and fijd toV-.8d for gr...

PUBLIC SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

' PUBLIC SCHOOC' CONCERT. Mns. 'Welby's pupils gave their concert at the 'School nf Arts on Tuesday ni^ht. Tber^.was a very full attendance- iu' the body of the Hall, and the p'atform waB occupied by ®^iont eighty-five children. When 'all were assembled, Mr. Davis,' ns .Secretary to tbe School Board, men tioned that the Concert was iriven to lioui date the balance of the debt due to the l|fikl$of the late Mr. Berne. The debt nntl ienn incurred vfor additions and re pairs, and a cash credit had been obtained for a sum of £55, of which about £42 has been expended.' The money had to be made good by the Board, and to reirn- j btirse them Mrs- Welby has already. given , i/jiu vuncerts, ine procerus 01 wuicu were some £14. He claimed the indulgence of the audience for any shortcomings on the part of the children they lhiist not ex pect finished performers, seeing that some of the pupils who would appear had been only a few' months .under Mrs. Welby's tuition, and the oldest pupil had only...

FROM OUR EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

* IROM OUR EXCHANGES. 'j i ' fc'f The Eroperor of Germany has entered into a ire Sty '6f peace and perpetual friendship' with SbC the King of Tonga. Oue clause of the tie ity— ' © ? that the ships of botli the'high'contractinV^arUes Wii'~ ? ehatl fe. at liberty to enter into all ports and plains \yithin the dominion of cither,— seems M- ? ? father a onesided a&air. Germany gets a foot p^;-; bold in the Eacific, but it is not likelythatthe .ehips of his Tongan highness will trouble -tba Kfi? ? Gerinan epaportsmnch. . ' .K ?' |p.~ Mr. 'Brastey is pbo^l to visit Australia in his m t,.:,.. _v«.v WliV gl»»V vnoi-.v. uivHlll *? A^nilCJ, «t ||1UU has been ^vcr, two years before the law courts in Victoria, has. trceu settled in favour of the de fendant. £40.000 bosbeen spent iu law. Wheu the news became public at Ballarat there was great fjteitement— joy beUB rang, and bands paraded the streets, CrfiJtyj Hqtc] «as thrown ppen free, andj:aays thotelfe^rflm, ' champagne flowed like wt...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, DEC. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

OUR TELE GEA^I S. ffKDli OPP TEpiOBiPinC COEptSPOSDISTS .] ; ^r-. r - - - r SYDNEY, X»EC.:-g2; %; ' .-'Jie ADfantyf adfonms o, n: rising to- ' niglit until th e -8th proMmo. . The Eeti- ; moles wil] probably he^tahled to-night. ' The Government intend to iutttduce a Jneasiir^ for the establishment oiBealth Board s'';* ... The new Electorsd Bill will increase the number: of members of the Assembly to 98. -*- ' -k' . The English Eleven won the cricket , match at Goulbnrn by 95 runs. ^ Briseis is first favonrite for .the Vic torian Chpmpion Race. A cricket match between the Sydney and Melbourne Grammar Schools com- j mHiced in Melbourne yesterdnv.; Sydney, i .in nrst inningspgot 325 rnhs ; Melbourne, 1 six ont for 70 runs. ^ Cattle.— F^t: no improvement; supply extremelyTla^e ; quality good ; best, £7*i0s to^SBB. Stores: no business tdoing, market most unsatisfactory. | W; . LONDON. ? ? ' The Australian mails were delivered on -the '16th instant.

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

It is an old Buhject'tlint ,vre liave now lo write of; — so. old, that its opening takes ns back to the lime when the shepherds, wntcliing their flocks by night on ths Chaldrfun Plains, saw and followed that i wondrous star that led them to the manger in -iBothleliem — the scone - of tbe first Christmas day. Tliongh s» old is our subject, it ever fcBshens with the^^t'nrning -ycars ; and ' thoiigViiiBny hearts ure more seared as ! ench festival comes ronnd, there are ever ! thbse blooming into life, to whom Christ inas is the holiest, the sweetest, and the' most joyful periodibf , the year. 1A.nd we can hail* the return of this fes tive season with thankfulness : - and al though it lias been so often written, it will bear writing again and again, that at this senson onr thankfulness should make us: endeflvonr to forge tall old animosities, and cordially wish each. -and all, as we do our readers — : ? A Merry Christmas. The Steamers. — The I.S.N. Co. are de termined not to let the woo...

BEGA JOCKEY CLUB RACES. ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

' Bi GA JOCK«Y CLUHrllACEs: AOCEFTAKCES. '.r Maidek Platk. - The Cup. Miss Cossack Belmore, Valetta Bake Queen of Hearts -Triton .Madame Belmore Darley Auckland , KaUr Bayboy M Uionaira ? us . Valetta DistbictPubse Tbial Stakes ' Happy Joe . - Dew Drop Oriental My Fancy Darley _ Oberoa . Greerfboy ' Lizette Madame Belmore ' Auckland ' ' lyanhoo : Munro's bf i ryBayboy -v , !? XTuHDiiBBAioE ' PpoivocB Stakes; Happy Joe My Fancy.'.. Gazette ' ??? -%? Oberon ' Priotr Munro's M* Warrior. ? .. -

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 December 1876

i^feoLLowAr's Ointment ato Pilm. — Iti angry-ijiir indolent eon* and all «kin diseases, originating in impure or weak bloody or depraved secret ione tlie ioint agency of .Holloway's Pills ahd Ointmei)) is perfectly irresjaltWe- 'It is of little conBequenc# how long thes* disorders may have lasted, or how slnggisli, obstinate, or niali^'nant'tliey ntay Tfieein; fho daily application of the ^S/jintinent to the parts afflicted, and a conreeTif tlieBB1 iriatcblessfS'iKs will most certainly effect a c urit j'Stiot jtem porn rv or superficial, Iffiitcoinr, plete and permanent- Both the Ointmenp and . Pills sre t oinposyd of rire balaams, jiu inixed with mercury or any other deleterious substances. Tliey are, accordingly, as mild and .safe as i life v are powerful 'and efficacious ♦ Church Services. Church of England. 10,1 VINE SERVICE will be bald Decertbeprffites-Bega, 11 and 7.30 p.m- Bap tisms at S p.m. Cbristmaa Day — Beg*, 1 1 ».m. Collection for Church Society. '. December 3 t—Bega(...

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