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LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, 7TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

[?] . THOxsaiT, .7th Deceubek. ' f 2To. 142.— iMin Joaeph^Tarlintcni^ county of Dam^g-, parish oT%arira, .40 ' acres, s_e(^^ 221jieing W- DgTariyitoii's portion So.. 152.jdedared VwK M o, 1 43.— Robert Gildea, snme county fiRd paSeli, '40 acr®, ifetion 21, ad{oining i,;„ lA cfii., ? ? jii.: ? i - Wo. ' lft.-^-JdndFil^, * ooui^r- of Aut^and, parish^ ©orariOTk, 100 acres, Irepfcitm 13, adjoiliihg southern and western boimdaj-y of W. E. Green's conditional purchaaagand western boundary of James Q^tei'amd Emily Alcock'5 40 acres. Site ThDRBDAY, 1-4tH PECEflfeERa. . ^ No,., 115 .— rlyiiel . 'Sheelian.itewBflw of ^ampier, ^ariiji of Y*ng£L, 40 teres, ^#ec tionW, originally Isaac Cole's conditional purchase. . ' Wo, 146. — Leonard Hbltizhtaser, county pf- Auckland, plBsh of Tantawanglo, 40 acres at «outh-'«|jBet comer (^ Patrick Rollins, and cBirtsfn boundary offlbis *a?t 80 acr&e. ... 147.— John;. Triggell, -county of AulSftniajiarish of Oora-noik, &cr|^- ^ Wa^^pLoundarapf...

LATEST NEW FROM EUROPE THE EASTER [?] December [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

[?] [?] -i-v ' 1 W'* '? -J feWTlf8 la^ara that^ipM Cannot abnndon th P«niaMT-;)psely Iwflrie thet^^^fl 1'r f bail t «nu and U.es atSt. Johli^lf to go to Atorairsffetia til aaasry^e^i l'*t l-i« means were limitea, lima 'Vtf n .'ighbo^ra wished tago to ibe idw ^bnilding a-comodatt about Foyiige. Although, lie nevX* on .the stocks, six -yeafs ngJhAoS'^^^^SS® building ?jhis 'boat. ; flii '?f^^S^ateaESp rjcr *1 tlierehe begatfwori^; ''fia^fcS^ra^j himself, shaped thern, . put theiltogether: M and completeAvthcbofltaioiie; £i'e following iupiiitapsfcriptibii .;*u» i— On the«utside «h6lookB li|9^rn^i^B thiug bstween Noah's -ark The bow is faifly sharpi hnf (Mjfeh^djBBH as one. of the snilorBr:..expre^SPr£^MB^^9 she had heenSiiiSdc by the *)_ffin',icjjfilhs to suit i'vtjhVi'.l. rigged, 55 feet ^ b'at hw enough for .a ressel ofWi) ;®ns.^ 6h'« built entirely of juniper -wpol; j ^lier $id&- '-.-3 ^MBches thick at the k&l ^p##!1^ off granualjy: toJ12Tnclies attShii9iPB|^Si ^na-U...

TRAINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

^RAINlSTG NOfeS. ? ymd JBr we come near the eventfetfee inteftsT in -all the races .spems.jt^^Kjrease, and among the birds |pi the corn pad dock there seems, to 'be - an ^increasing I anxiety to light on the wonj. For the Oitpjkl jvfll begincwith Valetta, AS I mAn6lF»nor? loof V.r««U be a* terror for thjg event! . I like her fcp- - i peaSfance mufeJt, arid if she is all'ojve'd to start fresh for the 'century,' I itiinlr «he . stands, well to, puUK^jBT, Belmore k§s ! i well to his work, mid Wheris strpnglyf^n- 1 cied by iis owner^ who is just iiack ; fr&m ! head-quarters, I am inclined to tliink he is* all tliere, -aaJirfancy TAki. Mooney would j not stand so-liaitl Jo a dufier. ? 'Dariey is in fine condition, and although a r'plain lookingj^^tomer, he has done good work, - and njS^be ' thereabouts^ - at t£e ' fin^h,* if he cto -stay far th| -pace, tlat' thPrlup will be, Won in;; pitted^ do battle for the Mona^p .interests, aiTived on Wed- 1 nteday, eW is.. ouai-tRiwd ' nt ' ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

* m / /j p.4i A 30 p.m. B ;t0|p.in. K :30 p.m. MM y.uo p.m. -§g? /.30 p.m. ^9.30 p.m. 9;BQp.m. -4 8.30 p.m. iftSOp.irf. e 'B'.SOr.m. S.SOp.m' : it 8.80 p.m. &30 p.m. . 1.30 p.m. -fl : '.30 p.m. S'?!- :30p.m. 'J t90 p.m. ,30 p.m. SHI '30 p.m. -J® ^30 nan. !-?- suq^Jp i:30,f ?ij. ... | 9 30 a.m. * / ~lTS.T«x I Su80 p.m / ' ,V Brogo^frir........ I 8.80 p.m ff: 1-M-apR:.' ? 3.S0 pvm Saturday* Eurobodallft ? at. 8.30 p.m ?Moroya.. ........*: | 3.30 f.m ? - lUfei.dwood ? :| 3.30 p.m -li.uil-urn, &c.......... 1 3.30 p.m Ijdnc.r, per st earner,. 10.30^ta., Thursday.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

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(By Electric Telegraph.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

(By Eltciricj^mktaph.') ' , . .-VHPP * ?? ?«. ? Batter ... .^. ... ... 0 0 9 per lb. Cheeps.;. ... ... ... 009 Bacon*..' ? 0 0 9 ... ??? ... 0 O il j MiR utw. ? : 0 -s II pcrhua. - Hiftfa ...rvt.i'. ? 0 0 3 per lb. l'jttk ... ;t.,. ? #0 0 perton. : flour ... ? 14 0 0 V ! ? Tallow.,, - ... ... ... 32 0 0 per torn* PritatoM ... '».. ... 6 0 0 j,. ™ - Pipe, perlb. ...' ... ... 0 _0 t S8, Susatx-street,' Syduer, Deceiver 29, 1878. «

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 30 December 1876

: : ;J COMMERCIAL. - , ^SjCCA^riLKDARD Ufpice, , .-'-s — Friday evening. Wi rweireS- th.e'ib]Towini!:prices current i- by («le^ram this (Friday) evening :^. ,nENnT PBtESTLT 8e C0*8 PBlCEjCB^ ^Bjf'EUctrit tyjfigraph.) ? 'S: - ' * ?? ^ ?* I. -1.. .. Mail* *. ? ? '8 2 iOper bus * Hides ... ? ? i ... 0 0 4 « lb ? Pip ... ... .v: ». 0 0 6 ' lb facon... v.. jife,' ® ' ' utter..* i.„ Hp : ... 0 09' ' Cheese -v.,.; ... 0 0 10 ' ' folatoen , .v. ' .V?! ... II 0 0 ' ton '.-.WatOefcadc 4-f-. O'O ' ton S3 SiiMex-street, Sydney, December 29 1874 A. k ?J.Melliday's Prick I.ist, . '? - ' ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

For Pri rate Sale. A SPLENDID 'Arii OF UUGGV HOUSES. , Apply t I G. HfiSLINGDIiN T- €HBS0«,, Agent I. 8. N. Co., ? AS

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE DEBATING CLUB To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify - urselves with tlie opiuions expressed by correspondents.] the Debating club. To Vic Editor of. the Bcqa Standard. SuijT— attended the Debating Club on Friday night ivs --np of the invited public, aud was struck with tlie ability displayed l-y ^overal of .the speakots on to very mota pli.vsical qnestion uuder dobate. WJiy is it, will yoU tell me, that when a few gentlemen meet-in suoh dubs tho procbediugs are ren- ; derediarcical lyr a. sort of lame attempt to ?opy the Macquarie-street talking shop. I have heard the debates in tliat 'Chamber Dt Wisdom, A and 1 really can see nothing worthy of emulation. Would the goutlemen who met last EVidfly evening care to sit at tho feet of a M^Elhone for elegance of style ; of a Hanley Bennett for rhotoric ; or a, Davie Buclutaan' for polished' invective. If your debaters desire lessons in Billing igate let tkem eppy the -Assembly ; if they meau j mutual improvement, let them call then- I plub, what...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

-BE^A :PO^T-OliFIOE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sydney vm Goulburu,' Hraiil- 1 Daily, ; (Tues wood, Moray ii, Kurobodalla, v days excepted) Cobargo aud Brogo. ? J at -6 p.m. ~ » Eamcruka, Canilelo. Mogilla : i ,, , Colombo ind Mouaro, via i Mondays, Tautawanglo, j ' a,IM* ir«n,n..,.Irn -1n„,lnlA ..J I. 1 m ? ? qmbo, I 7.: 0 p.m.' Eden, Panbula, Townmba, 1 Tuesday . and Mcrimbula, arid Wolumla, J Friday, _4 p.m Mouaro, via AVyadbfim and I Tuesday, at Panbala, j p.m. Mouaro, -via Colombo, and i Sunday, at 0.30 Nuinbugga, J p.m. Tauja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 ) am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tathra on AYc^Des-lay or Thursday. DEPARTURES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, 1 Daily, (Tbuw Eurobodalla, Moruya, lir-iid- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburn, I at 11.30 a.m. Kamcriika, Caudelo, and Mo- j Mondays, 9.30 gilla ; and Mouara via Tan- [? a.m. lawanglo, ) Kamci'iika and Candelo ; and ) Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, ) 9.30 a.m. Wolmnla, Merinibnla, Panbula 1 Su...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

Properties for Sale. YACIjAMAH STAJ'ION. of 20,000 acres, 250 Head of Cattla 1G0 Frcohold Laud, aud 936 C.P. most of which is fenced. Station of 8000 acres, 2000 slieep, CO head of cattle, in the Mou/ro District. Farm of 1 TOO lures, \ Que of tho choicest pro perties in the Bcj&^trict, with all necessary' improvements for -y.irying or fattening. Duiry Farm »f 370 acres, with cattle (40 head) dairy aud farnfitdplcmcuts, &c. D:iiiy Fiu\ob)00P acres, with all neccssaiy buildings fur wAdairics. Farm of G3W acres (freehold). A splendid property. I G40 Acres (C.P.) EJca District, fcnced and otherwise improved. 058 Aci-cs C.P. subdivided into three farms, any ouc of which can bo Bold. separately, 1G0 acres, with cotlagc, fcuced, &c., near Beija. 40 acrcs, three miles from Bega. AIbo several Town Propeities. For full particulars apply to G. HASI.INGDEN. TATTERSALL'S HOTEL, I PITT-STKEET, SYDNEY. ' I GEORGE ADAMS Clatc of Kiama) wishes to inform his fricnm aud* thefyb...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

School oy, Abts. — Wo notice the com mittee invite gentlemen to coine forward to deliver lectures or condiiot clossos. There are plenty who have tho leisure and ability to fiooond ti^e committee's effort to make the Sohool of Arts what it pretends to lie — a school of arte. Tathra. — Work is progressing satis factorily, and all tha£ the officials in charge j of the work can do is done to lessen, as much as possible, the time of snapension of the trade. Debating Club. — The Freetraders had the best of the last debate. Last night's sub ject was the influence of the steain engine , 6r literature on the well-being of bipeds generally tbe greatest. We hope the noes ipll have it. Obiokbt.— The closing game of the season was played oh Saturday last, a return matoh between the county eleven and fifteen other players. The teams on both sides were to a pertain extent make-np ones, many of the men being absent. The eleven went in first And retired for a ' baker's dozen,' round O's being the fa...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

GENERAL NEWS. Mb. W. T Clabke, son of the late alphabeti cal Clarke, has been asked to go into the City Council in Melbourne in order to qualify himself to take the office of Mayor next year when it iB thought the Prince of Wales will YiBib nuu uiio iu-ttjui a uiuw in oiuu uu lead to knighthood. Mr. Clarke, however, wonld prefer to be e, baronet. The return boll to tlie Mayor of Sydney was a very successful affair. On arrival of the Mayoral party, the guests of the evening, the band played ' See file Conquering Hero comes ' What may not 8d drinks lead a man to ? In Roberts' case it has made him a hero. Heavy floods have been experienced along the coast to the northward. At Brisbane, the Clarence, and Lismore ihe rain has been heavier than was known for years. An International Exhibition is to be held in ^ew York in 1889. It is said that Trickett will retire into pri vate life and that the new hotel erected for him at the corner of Pitt and King streets, Sydney, will be opened by Mr....

CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

CANDELO. - (Foal! OUb' COEnESP.ONDENT .) Tins town is in a most languishing state as far as business is concerned, every one in and about it soems to he troubled with ' disease of the chest.' Day after day scarcely a stranger to be seen in it, the place having all the appearance of a deserted vil liurn. As m&erv likes comnanv. the inhabit ants seem to console themselves with the knowledge that the colony at large' is as badly pfif fifl themselves.' But Candelo would not be so badly off as it is if the people who own selections adjoining and in close prox imity to it would give the place the benefits o f their trade. This they should do as a right for thiB reason : The very fact of a ' township being here has 'increased the value of their land 76 per cent, and the 'greater the busi ness of the township, the greater importance i of the place, so will the value of their land inore^sp in proportion. It should be the aim of all the selectors atyout here to make Can delo a place o...

CANDELO ATHELETIC SPORTS. BY TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

CANDELO iJrHLETfC SPORTS. ? » By Telkqbam. '* Nomination meeting last night was a grand success. The: handicap for tbe Candelo Grand Handicap was declared as follows : — 150 yards.' — scratch: A. A. Wren, G. Gardiner; 3 yards: W. Grant, W. Smith,' It. Woodliam ; 4 yards: R. Grant, E. Richards, W. Hanscombe, R. Bate ; 6 yards : J. Slattery. J. Abbott, J. Maher, J.Forster ; 7 yards : J. Griffiths, J. M'Grah, W. Collins, W. Gailey ; 9 yards : B. Griffiths, J. Irwin ; 11 yards: J. T. Collins, Pat Collins, T. Bate man, O. W. Hinde, T. Chainpneys, J. Pheeny; 14 yards: Jas. Collins, C. Cook, L. Holtzhnuser. 220 Yards : — Scratch : Wren, Gardiner ; 5 yards: W. Grant, Hanscombe, Woodham ; 7 yards : Smith, R. Grant, Richards, Bate ; 12 yards .? Slattery, Maher, Forster, W. - Collins, M'Grah, J. Griffiths, Gailey; 1.4 yards.: B. Griffiths, Abbott, Irwin, Pheeny ; 15 yards : J. T. Collins, Champneys, Hinde. iJttieiuKii ; n yarua; avuAimuovi , vuun, oaa. , Collins, Pat Collins. , 300 Yards :— Sc...

EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

EDEN. [FdoM oub Own Correspondent.] Tbe Tasman arrived here yesterday and shipped the first cargo of cattle this season for the Hobart Town market, but owing to tho heavy sea and stormy weather outside she has not yet left our peaceful waters. The Annie schooner from Bird Island also put in here yesterday, and reports the total loss of the Wolverine brig, all hands drowned. For some years post tbe Wolverine lias been trading to Bird Island for guano, and arriv ing there on 7th of January, anchored a short distance from the island. The weather was boisterous at the time, and increased in vio lence to a hurricane, endangering the ship. An effort was made by tho superintendent of tho island, formerly mate of the Wolverine, to obtain a crew to man one of tho surf boats and go to the vessel and endeavour to savo life, but as only four hands volunteered to go with him the project was abandoned. On tho morning of the eighth the Wolverine slipped her cables and stood out to sea, clearing ;t...

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

[?] [?] ^Monday oscced Slt '' , 8lig1it;^tOBts have visited us. ¥m ?r.'5s-g Sciuotw^lbe^-sploudia., Tuesday U? JV« . Jti^Bcil WfuT&n. t)%i-caEt 5ic-y ; continuing M - throughout theday,^davk hoavy clouds cIob VP rotmo. tlie hoiizou, indicated achango, $ filling flje mindg'tif pleasure Eoekors for tho «?.? I.-' fnl Jftnrlli n- «1 n tti iiti 4-1* ...1 ? : ? ? , rl .U T?,- J yy*vii giuuui v U]ippuiUUSlonB; \VoduB5dny4uoriimg UoWevov,' 4-rok© with a j®, ?. bciUiSnitEUiSskine and an tmusual degree of waraiith, tothe SntenGe delightof those who '? liaa^ade -up their minds for -d day's rocroa . tfoVioirGolambo flat; Yesterday and to-day --*t ' .j. .^eljjEifo beau favored with lino showers. . ^fcPlC-Nic.-^Froui an early hour on Wednos rt morning SOUi 'uHoi tlio ..main road to ''''?' Colombo ori either and every -rj3q was well / luiod-,' with equostriaus, pedestrians, &c., «'?--/ . ^ AVOnaiiig thoir way to a beautiful spot marked ^ut foY holding a, jnc-jiic ?{or it might be m...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents]. WHEN SHALL IT BE. 1.— Maneat nostros ea cura nepoles. 2.— Mecum erit iste labor.— VIRGIL. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents]. WHEN SHALL IT BE. 1 . — Maneat nostras ea cura nepotes. 2. — Mecum erit iste labor. — Viegil. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Veab Sol, — Amidst all our prosperity we have sadly neglected to provide for the sick stranger and the destitute sick. The daily avocations of a large number of people in this district expose them to the liability of nrltar, Mm nnmae the unfortunate workman lies prostrate from the effects of some unexpected mishap, his recovery must be delayed, and his physical Bufferings augmented by the want of some thing which can easily be supplied. Lately, five, what may be called minor accidents have come under the surgical superintend ence of Bega medical gentlemen, and in all those cases the patients hadj perforce, to seek shelter at a public home 1 Now, apart from the question as to whether the most regularly conducted hotel affords the best lodging for a sick...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

CandfcIo. Candelo. RCIAL HOTE S'SSa^r,' the BiS 'J&Hf53 Stock BEEBsTfco. 1 OfatfESj SPIRI ?Good Stabling and J-ieatr GL L(odder_ ROBERT E-WIHfl, Commercial Hotel. fiandPln SALES BY AUCTION. Auctionet rs'- Notice. f AFTB$ the 1st APRIL NB2 -' wSaIeof«gs bjjJ Public Auction ardlatl2o'olockN-K mQM ** **~ ~e ®'®*n ooi , as heretofore, to aSoi Woe tune to Bnyers fa Driving jBeea 11th March^ MACLE0D; ; Fat I g8. Fat Pigs, gi Saturday ^the 17th May, [Ob are instructed t fol at their yards, i 7th. ot May, ar'the properties ^ot jb good Oaliii&W laa teen cultivate? S^i^/the district to I cell by Latid. -'* AU Fibnmge to the Best Part of Having i-* -street by a depth of 204 feet on Ajtri re erected TWO- WEATHER ^i!D SHOPS, with Tfour Rooms at jKhed ti each, faithfully built, in excellent . Jfcfair, ai d newly painted. Due of these Jr Shops is et to Mr. Atfield as a JJakeiy, and ? ijr . the othei is occupied by the Pr iprietor as a Jr Photogri phic Studio. Jr' Terms at sale. f E...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

OUR ' T r FBOM OUB TELBQpAMIMftWtSSOSDENTS.] [?] The Assembly on Wednesq® passed Clause 11 of ihe Land Bill, with sTWit amendment. The Premier in a forcibliMjieecK moved ? Council's message regardiffl| fe Privilege Uill be removed. from thejwfflJs the Bouse. After... a lengthy ®st»son the motion waB carried by a maiomv w '01.» '? ? ] Message received from the Cofficrt Bering to their amnodmonts on adcBtioral Judge Bill. Upon the motion of thejfo-miei this Bill was also laid aside in r.onBcemecct! it the actioD of the other chamber. v i&Tb'e Lieutenant-Governor asseStei lo the Copyright Bill and Customs Bill. m The Assembly were occupied thflpMe of last nigbt discussing clause 12 ofHuie laid Bill ; it was ultimately passed without materi al amendment. In reply to a que&ion the Premier stated that £85,000 has been im pended on the exhibition building^ isle, and that the estimated cost of completion would uot exceed £36,000 : that it was in tended to carry out the build...

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