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Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
(To the Bd.Tok or xiri: Uega Gazettk.) Sir,—I fceg leave to cn.ll your attention to a paragraph which appeared in vour issue of the 13tl» instant, on which I, as the poundkeeper, feel justified in making a few re marks. 1. Yon complain of the distance the Panbula pound, ia from Bega. and the amouut of the loss the people huntain by having their cattle driven to pound. 2. That it would be more humane for those parties to impound at home. | To the first, ray reply is, the distance from Kiandra to I Cooraa is fifty miles, that cattle and horses arc driveu that distance to the Oooma pound, while J Sega to Panbula in twenty-five miles, just one half the distance, ; and seve ral pounds in the colony receive cattle at much greater' distances. 1 would ask you, are the people of Kiandra or liega the most to be pitied I To the second, 1 say that if that part of the Impounding I Act is carried out, it would Iv as well that the newly ap | pointed poundkeeper at Boga would send hack the £20' rec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
ports with tlic greatest punctuality. Her accommodation for Saloon and seeond-olass passengers is equal to any steamer afloat; and she can wil liout using her decks carry 400bal.es of wool on the Up trip from Eden to Sydney. Fares same as the Baewon, viz., £ 6. d Saloon to Sydney 2 0 0 Heturn JLkkcta.Q. .0 ,, Second cabin 1 0 0 Return tictets 110 0 Saloon to Melbourne 4 0 0 Return Tickets; 6 0 0 Second Cabin 2 0 0 Return Tickets 3 0; 0-" Return tickets available for one month Including first-class provisions. Freight to and from Sydney or Melbourne, 20s.. pw ' ton. Wool, per bale, 5s. s Leaves Eden for Melbourne, Friday,. February 2nd frt'noon. For Sydney, Saturday January 27tn at. II o'clock, a.m., and very alternate Friday and Saturday at the same hours. BARCLAY & TEAS, Agents. THE STEAMSHIP, CITY OF HO B/A R T From EDEN, for SYDNEY every alternate Monday. From EDEN for- HOBART TOWN every alternate Saturday. USUAL FAKES AND FREIGHTS: S. & H. SOLOMON, Agents. Tartlu...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 20 January 1866
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. James Miller, 2s 6d; Mr. A. MCFadgen, 5s; Mr. P. H. Woods, 2s. 6d; Mr. Kelloner, 2s 6d; Mr. Henry Schubaek, sen., 2s 6d; Mr. Baker, Sydney, 2s 6d; Mr. Mark Perry, 2s 6d; Mr. Rogers, 2s 6d ; J. H. Bennett, Esq., 10s; Mr. Tandy, 5s; Mr. P. Brown, Brown Mountain, 5s; Mr. James Perry, 2s 6d; Mr. J. Jauncey, 2s 6d; Mr. J. Porter, 2s 6d; Mr. H. Schunback, jun., 2s 6d : Mr. Gee, 2s 6d. &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
The Treasury New South Wales, 29th December, 1865. ANNUAL SUPPLIES FOR THE PUB LI SERVICE, 1866-7. THE attention of intending Tenders is invited to the advertisement, dated 19th DECEMBER, 1865, in the Government Gazette of this date, calling for the Tenders for the Annual Supplies on account of the Public Service. Copies of the advertisement referred to can be seen at every Police Office throughout the colony. 6—7 T. W. SMART. Notice Under Real Property Act. APPLICATION having been made to bring the Land hereunder described under the provisions of the Real Property Act, Certificate of indefeasible title will issne, unless Caveats be lodged in form B of the said Act, on or before the date named hereunder. Property.—No. 1,137, Town of Bega—1 rood 35 perches, lot 10 of section 48, originally granted to Harding iriffard King. Name of Applicant.—George Allan, Bega. Date up to and inclusive of which Caveat may be lodged—February 27th. A diagram delienating this Land may be inspected atthe...
Commercial, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
JottMWMC, 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 no business doing. Flour somewhat , brisker but no material alteration in price.—January 20th, 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 barley, 3s 9d to 4s Od ; oats, 3s 6d to 3s 9d; bran, Is 4d to ls6d; hay, lucerne, per toil, £3 5s to £4 Os ; hay, oaten, £3 10s to £5 00s; bacon, per lb. 8d to lid; cheese,6d to 9d, potatoes, per cwt, New 7s 6d; pigs, per pound, 3d; hides, each, 5s o 12s; flour, per ton, £21 to £23 Os; butter, Is 3d to Is. 6d.—Sydney, January 20th, 1866.
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
MERIMBDLA. ARRIVALS : January 21.—Hunter (s.), Captain Sullivan, from Sydney. Passengers—Miss Wood, Messrs. Manning. Forater, Sclioning, and 6 in the steerage. DEPARTURES: January 22.—Hunter (s.), Captain Snllivan, for Sydney. Passengers—Messrs. Hamilton, Bloomfleld, Stokes, Harris, and 7 in the steerage.
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 4th December, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 4th December. 1 n.m. ■rue yueen will open Parliament in person. Princess Helena is betrothed to Prince Christian of Augustenburg. The Victoria Cross has been conferred upon Captain Cross, for his services in New Zealand. A Ministerial Reform Bill is in preparation. Foreter's appointment to the Colonial Office as Under Secretary is confirmed; Harley and Baxter decline Minis terial offers. ®ie liberation of'the Shenandoah and crew causes feel ing of hostility towards England in America. General Logan is appointed by President Johnson as Ambassador to the Mexican Republic. The Spanish Government supports the arbitrary de mands agafnst CJiili. During the insurrection in Jamaica, two thousand ne groes were slain. Gordon's execution is condemned in England, and a full inquiry is demanded. The trials of the Fenians are proceeding. Luby is sen tenced to twenty years imprisonment, Stephens is still uncaptured. Tne Bishop of Exeter has experienced a paralytic...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
"subscriptions received. Mr. Joggers, 2s. 6&lt;1; Mr. Sawtel, 5s; Mr A. Tfickle 2s. Gil; Mr. Lovcl. 5s.; Mr. Binnie, 5s-; Mr. G. Hill, 5s.; Mr. Houwood, 5s.; 'Mr. J. Hammond, 2s. 6d; Mr. M'Piiee, 2s. Gd; Mr. Joseph Allen, 5s.; Mr. Bd. Smith, 2s. 6d; Mr. F. Boiler, 5s.; Mr. W. Badgery, 7s. (id; Mr. Weatherhead, 5s.; Mr. Langan, 2s 6d; J. D'Arcy, Esq. 2s. 6d; Mr. Morrow, 2s. 6d.
LONDON WOOL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
LONDON WOOL REPORT. November 24.—The total number of bake catalogued is 52,000. The sales opened with a good attendance of buyers. The prices of good Sydney combing wool ad vanced 2d.; medium, l£d. Cape and all descriptions disposed of freely. New clip anxiously looked for and satisfactory sales, at increased prices anticipated, i A great scarcity of good combing wools was manifested. The to tal exports to the colonies as compared with the previous month show an increase to Victoria of £129,588; to Syd ney, of £124,807; to Queensland, of £46,389; to Ade- v laide, of £79,619; to Tasmania, of £15,508; to New Zealand, of £79,823.
The Bega Gazette "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
"Quod Petis Hie Est." SATURDAY, JANUARY 27,1866. The Electors of West Sydney have taught a wholesome lesson to our Colonial politi cians, by their rejection of the Honorable John Robertson : thej^ have taught that gentleman that popularity is something more than a name, and that the ladder by which he climbed to his exalted posi tion, was not to be kicked away with im punity the moment he thought he required it no longer: they have righteously pun ished and made an example of political treachery. The Honorable John Robert son, ex-Minister for Lands, and late mem ber for West Sydney, had, by his Land Bill, rendered himself the most popular man in the Assembly, and if he had stuck to his colours and endeavored to perfect that measure, he would have re mained so to the present hour; but-, liketall narrow-minded men, he was under the de lusion, that once having gained a name and a position that he could do and act as he liked; and, like the bull-frog, he swelled himself up with self est...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
INDIA. A treaty of Peace with Bhootan lias beeu signed, but. it is considered premature and impolitic. Kurrachee and neighborhood has been visited by swarms of locusts, completely destroying vegetation. A native Hindoo barrister commenced practice in Cal cutta, giving great satisfaction to the native community. The sudden death of the Hon. A. J. Lewis, while on duty at the High Court, Bombay, caused a painful sensa tion. A native coaster has been run down by the 6teamer Bombay Castle. Fifteen natives drowned. The select committee on the Indian Telegraph Company report the work in arrears since 1862, under Colonel Douglas's administration, and recommend an increased staff. BOMBAY. The Bengal Steam Company lias completed arrange* ments between Alexandria and Liverpool. The first-clas^ passengers, Bombay to Liverpool, £60; second-class, £35. The ship Marona, from Bombay, bound to Aden, was burnt to the water's edge. Her officers and crew were saved by the Peninsular steamer Malta. A cy...
DISTRICT COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
DISTRICT COURT. Tuesday, January 23. •The following undefended cases were disposed of: Barclay and Teas v. Fan-el,—for £11 3s. 7d. Verdict for plaintiff. Same v. Ryan,—for £132 8s. 2d. Verdict by consent. S:t:ne v. Law.—Settled out of Court. Same v. Penderghast,—Settled out of Court. Same v. Harper,—for £98 14s. 6d. Verdict for plain tiff. Same v. Higgins,—for £21 10s. 9d. Verdict for plaintiff. Hopkins v. M'Giegor,—for £44. Settled out of Court. M'Causland v. Moore—for £12 5s. 6d. Promissory note. The plaintiff in this case having made affidavit that defendant was making away with his property; His Honor gave a verdict for plaintiff, with orders for imme diate execution. Boherty v. Egan—for £50; damages for brcach of agreement. Plaintiff in this case [alleged that defen dant had agreed to sell and make over certain lands to him on or before a certain date, for the sum of £21, which money had not been paid, waiting for the transfer. But at the expiration of the specified time defend...