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Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
(To the Editor of tug Bega Gazette.) Sib,—After a careful perusal of the new Impounding Act, 29th Vic., No. 2, it appears to we that clausc 30 hm been framed with a view to meet an exigency already pro vided for in clause 19 of the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1861; but as neither of the clauses in question have, to my knowledge, been repealed, I should be glad to have your opinion as to which of the clauses the public arc to be guided by, or whether we arc supposed to take the average of the two. Clause 1!), Crown Lands Alienation Act, provides :— "Any person drivinghoi'scs, cattle, or sheep along any track used or required for the purpose of travelling may depasture the same on any Crown Lands within the dis tance of one half-mile of such track notwithstanding Any lease of any such lands for pastoral purposes Provided that unless prevented by rain or floods such horses or cattle shall be moved at least seven miles, and such sheep at least four miles in one and the same direction ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
FRANCE. The appointment of an ambassador to tbe Mexican Ke public by America causes dissatisfaction. The Government proposes avoiding tbe usual lengthy debatesjon the address, by each member being allowed to question Ministers about their several departments. Great reduction is being effected in the army and navy. The pecuniary saving for the year is seventeen million francs. Two frigates arrived with more troops from Rome. Serious disturbances have again arisen in Algeria. The accounts are conflicting. French troops are reported vic torious. The French army in Mexico is to be withdrawn by in stalments on economical grounds, and to afford no reason able complaint to the United States.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
Illawarta Stem Navigation Compaany, GREAT REDUCTION OP FARES & FREIGHTS. HE STEAMSHIP HUJSrTER, Will hereafter Leavb SYDNEY evbby Wedxesday, at 10 a.m. Leave MERIMBULAevery Friday at 10 a.icm Galling at TARTHRAon all occasoins. £ b d. Cabin 2 0 0 Return Tickets 3 0 0 Steerage 10 0 Return Ticket 1 10 0. Frcigets, 25s. per ton, and proportionate reduction on packages; pigs and calves 4«. each. Wool 5s. per bale, or at any price at -which it would be taken by any other vessel. ADAH K. PAGE, Agent. Mcrixnbula, 26th Oct., 1865. Steam from. Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. «, "*1 mHE Magnificent new Steamship, "YOU YANG 8," jflfyraagy^rj. Hassellton, Esq., Commander; having replaced the Barwon ■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; and she can ■without using her decks carry 400 bales of wool on the up trip from Eden to Sydney. Faces gihe as the Baewoh, viz., £ B. d S...
AMERICA. New York, November 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
AMERICA. New York, November 18th. Xbe anenandoah, on her arrival at Liverpool, ou Novem ber 6th, surrendered to H.M. ship Donegal. Captain Waddell and her crew were liberated unconditionally, on the 8th November, by order of the British Government. The Shenandoah destroyed during her cruise forty whalers, in consequence of which oil has advanced £120 per tun. The vessel was handed over to the American Vice-Consul, and sailed for New York on 21st November. The reconstruction of the American Union is making rapid strides, upon the basis of abolition and repudiation of the American debt. Captain Wirz, after long trial, was hanged for the ill treatment of Federal prisoners during the war. Arrangements are concluded for Jeff. Davis'e trial by civil law» The dispute between England and America in re Con federates cruisers is likely to be settled by conference. The work of the reconstructing of the South is steadily progressing. The troops are being rapidly withdrawn from the Sou-, . thern...
ESCAPE AND RECAPTURE OF DUNN, THE BUSHRANGER. Bathurst, Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
ESCAPE AND RECAPTURE OF DUNN, THE BUSHRANGER. (From telegrams to the Yrss Courier J Batlmrst, Monday afternoon. The robber, Dunn escaped from Dubbo lockup at three ojclock yesterday (Sunday) morning. On Saturday he feigned he was dying of his wounds, when his irons were struck off. The bandages that were on his wounds were found thrown away. Traces of the fugitive were observable for a few years only, aud were then lost. A horse was tied up near the lockup, on which he escaped. The inhabitants turned out with the police in pursuit, but were unable to recapture Dunn. Bathurst. Tuesday, 2.15 p.m. Dunn was recaptured at seven o'clock last night in the bush, a mile and a half from the police barracks at Duboo. He was found by a wood carrier whom he asked for a drink of water, almost dead with thirst and exhaustion. He had been thirty-six hours without food or water. The wood carrier informed the police, and he was secured. He told the police if he had a revolver he would shoot every man...
GENERAL SUMMARY. London, 27th November. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
GENERAL SUMMARY London. 27th NommW The Australian September mails were delivered in London on the 11th and 17th November. The Queen's health has much improved. She held a Cabinet Corao], formally presenting the keys of the Trea sury to &rl Russell., Parliameut is prorogued to the 28th December, and will meet for business oil the 25th January. Sir Kobert Peel has resigned tne Irish Secretaryship, and Chichester Fortescae is appointed. Mr. Hull has re* signed the Vice-presidency of the iJoatd of Tfade. Mr. Goschen is appointed his successor. England and France addressed energetic remotmtr&nfees to the Spanish Government against the proceedings of the fleet off Valparaiso. She matter is to be settled by arbi tration. A severe hurricane swept over London and coast line, by which great damage and loss of life was caused. The warehouses on Beat's Wharf, London Bridge have been burnt down. The loss is estimated at £180,000. Murders, suicides, and railway collisions have bee...
ARRIVAL OF THE ALEXANDRA [AT ADELAIDE]. WITH THE. ENGLISH MAIL PER BOMBAY. NEWS TO DECEMBER 4. Adelaide, Tuesday, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
ARRIVAL OF THE ALEXANDRA [AT ADELAIDE]. WITH THE. ENGLISH MAIL PER BOMBAY. 00; NEWS TO DECEMBER 4. 00 (Prom the Herald's Telegraphic Correspondent J Adelaide, Tuesday, 2 p.m. I TUc Alexandra steamer, Captain Brown, arrived at Glcnelgat 1 p.m., baring made tbe passage to King George's Sound in ninety hours, and the return passage in one hundred, with favorable weather. The detention of tbe mail was caused by tmttsuaUy heavy gales encountered by the P. and 0. Company's stea mer Tanjorc, whilst crossing the Bay of Biscay, and tow ing a Spanish steamer from Cape Trafalgar to Gibraltar, causing a delay of five days.
Mail Time Cable, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
itttK iSC(, Mail arrives from Sydney, WoUongong, Moruya, and Bodalla, on Wednesday's and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Monaro every Wednesday at 6 p.m. From Eden, Merirohulla, Panbula, Wolumla, on] Wed rsday's and Saturday's at 6 p.m. From Kamaruka, every Tuesday and Sunday at C p.m.
Colonicel Extracts. ROBBERY OF THE ARALUEN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
@oCefti«C m facte, ROBBERY OF THE ARALUEN MAIL. The Braidirood Dispatch say* :—Information reached town ob Monday night, of the stieking-up of the Araluen mail boy and two gentlemen, who were returning to town from Araluen, the Rev. Mr. Johnson, Presbyterian minis ter, and the Rev. Mr. Pennycook, were!ravelling ahead of the mail-boy. Shoitiy after six o'clock in the evening two men on grey horses rode up to the revereud gentle men and covering them with their pistols ordered them to get off their horses and remain where they were for a short time. The two reverend gentlemen had no option but to obey orders, and shortly afterwards the Aj-aluen mail-boy came up,. when one of the .bushrangers rod? up to him and ordered him (o give up the mail bags, which . the lad at once did. One bushranger then kept guard over the prisoners, while the other proceeded to gut the bags, which occupied him about an hour and a half, dur ing which time the two gentlemen and the mail-boy wera detained on th...
NOBODY'S SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
NOBODY'S SON. 00 Yes, Nobody's Son! You havo known him in his prosperity, though you may not be aware of it; but of the struggles of his boyhood you know nothing. The bottle stands; pass it. Permit me to tell yoa his story, gentlemen A ragged lad, 6pare, and grimy, he stood in a doorway almost too low to admit him, and in* aide ther* wan written, "poverty, hunger and dirt." Tho boy's eye wandered in an hopeless manner From a slatternly woman crouching over the hearth, to the figure of a man, lantern visaged, hollow-eyed, who leaned against the doorpost beside him. "Well, my lad, doBt hear?"—"Ay. But where am J to go to ?' " Where thee liknsfc. Come, ont with thy fist; there's thr*e boh, ami I can ill spare it. Now, go thy ways ; be honest and don't lie; but remember weVe done with thee for all evers " The lad took the money and turned away. In a fe* minutes he came back again. " j " Give me a name," he said, looking up into the man's sallow face; " every dog has a name.' ! "ButcveTy...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongong, Moniya, and Bodalla, via. Clyde, •very Thursday, and Monday at 6 a.m. Sydney, via. Meriinbula .steamer, every Thursday, at 6 ».D1. Karoaruka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbula, and Eden, every 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 — 27 January 1866
Fred. Berne's Weekly Register of Landed Properties. FOB, SALE OR TO LET, "pv WELLING- HOUSE and Stores, Yowaka, Pan That newly-finished Cottage at Eden, well-known as Mr. Manby's, with two acres of Land. The " Travellers' Home Inn," Sega, and one acre of Land onwhich.it etandB.also. two acres and & half opposite. 80 Acres at Back Creek, 10 acres fenced, a good house, with Btone fire-place and oven—plentiful Bupply of water; 22 Acres Freehold, at WyucLham. 36 Acres, Freehold, Lochiel. Conditional Purchase of 240 acres at Back Creek. 43 Acres 3 Hoods, freehold at Lochiel, with a nice Weatherboard Cottage, shingled roof, brick chimney audoven on the land, the ground is sub divided into paddocks; situated on the main-liue of road from Eden and Merimbula to Jlonaro,— it would make an excellent stand for a tradesman.. i Allotment 1, 2,and 20,of section 29, Auckland-st., Bega. 5 Acres, Suburban Allotments, Bega. Town Lots at Bega, Panbula, Eden, Wyndham, Candelo and.Tarthra. FOE SA...
Local News. COURT OF QUARTER SESSION, EDEN. MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1866. (Before W. A. Purefoy, Esq., Chairman.) W. E. Templeton, Esq., Crown Prosecutor. QUEEN v. STRITCH.—Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 27 January 1866
COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS, EDEN. Monday, January 22, 1866. (Before W. A. Purefoy, Esq., Chairman.) W. E. Templeton, Esq., Crown Prosecutor. Queen v. Stritch.—Larceny. William Strtch, i charged that he did on the 12th day of March, 1865, at Panbula, feloniously steal, take, and carry away a bill of exchange, of the value of twelve pounds five shillings aud eight-pence, the property of one Thomas Fitzpatrick, of Tantowanglo, road contractor. Mr. Parker, defended the Prisoner. Prisoner pleaded "Not Guilty." Joseph Twyford, being duly sworn, stated: I was lock up keeper at Panbula at the time; on Monday, the 12th March last I received a warrant to arrest the prisoner at the bar, on the charge of stealing a bill of exchange, value £12 5s. 8d.; I went to Merimbula where the steamer was lying outside the bar; I heard that Stritch was planted in the scrub, I searched for him but could not find him, on my return to Panbula I found him in the Court-house, where I arrested him; he did not say ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 3 February 1866
Fred. Berne's Weekly Register of Landed Properties. > FOR SALE Oil TO LET, iWELLING- HOUSE and Storec, Yowaka, Paa That newly-finished Cottage at Eder., -well-known as Mr. Manby's, with two acres of Land. The " Travellers' Home Inn," Bega, and one acre ot Land on which it stands, olso two acres and a half -opposite. 80 Acres at Back Creek, 10 acres fenoed, a good house, with stone fire-place and oven—plentiful supply of water. 22 Acres Freehold, at Wyndham. 86 Acres, Freehold, Lochiel. Conditional Purchase of 240 acres at Back Creek 43 Acres 3 Roods free-hold at Lschiel, with a nioa Weatherboard Cottage, shingled roof, brici chimney aud oven on the land, the ground is sub divided into paddocks; situated on the maiii-liu&lt;j of road from Eden and Meriinbula to Monaro,— it would make an excellent stand for a tradesman. Allotment 1, 2, and 20, of section 29, Auckland-gt., Bega. t 6 Acres, Suburban Allotments, Bega. Town Lota at Bega, Panbula, Eden, Wyndham, Candclo and Tart...