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

* ? ? ? ? Dissolution of Partnership. poMsotUvpm. VICTORIA HOUSE. In Consequence of the Contemplated PISSQLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP and at) UNEXPECTEDLY LARGE STOCK, Thp 'Whole will be sold off nt A VERY LARGE REDUCTION, FOE CASH. fSST Large Bjg&ers/ mU be Host LiberqPy) Ire duwith. A. VERY LARGE PORTION OP THE STOCK IN Ij A P H BEEABTMElfT Hus bqen but RECENTLY &7ROHASED For tho PRESENT and CO MING SEASON, Oji V iry ADVANTAGEC US TERMS, And i i of SPLENDIE VALUE. (V This is an op jorfunity for those having CASH tq Sai 8 Moiiey |jy J?ur phaslng at thp VICTORIA HOUSE, PARP STItEEf. Chuneh Services. Churoh of England. DIVINE SERVICE ViU bo held at St. John's Ucgft, ' every Sunday Morning and Evening. ' Iloly Communion on tho First Sunday in Every Mo.ith.' paptisms every Sunday, at 3 p.m, Kamebcka Pabibii. May 18. — Kapicruka, 11 a.m: ; Colombo, 3.30. May 25. — Panbula, 11 a.m. ; Wolumla, 3.30. June l.—Kumcruka, A.in ; Tatitawauglo; 3.30 p.m. ? Catholic. MASS will be celebr...

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

l Between Sydney, ? jS|pfrtapi-, Tabbra snd Eden. M ' I ,^«^Sw®^ariilsl,i-t- 3WNAR0 leaves ] B UB ^ and Freights nt West Rates ?' tJOtJi^)e4f against the I NGEi^'V)- Easiest terms 0 ?WLmi«7 ' JOBNBUIUUE. 4-iaSi * jatjon Agpnt, Sydney. btook^ ? . . ? ~ ? A yOT^ERP^^W^riSEt) IRON ?'yrki^p^pf, \w\ %otikees, / -' . oipps-strekA bkga. WEB3B & BOOTH, ?* C O MM X SS)\Sy A GENTS, „s CB and 71 Sulsex-^st, Sydney, ™' Between Kinpiiind Eifckinn-sts* ni- H. CLARKE, ~ ~ C1'M:M lSslj^N A GEN T VICTORIA WTIATiF, SYDN'KY. £ Land Agency,. a- 32, BRIDGE-STREET. SYDNEY. di£ ? ' :.v-,;i; : ' VINCENT BROWN, Late Agent for thellla-wnrra Steam Navigation 'c Company at Clyde and Merimbula. FEUKOiJfi having business transactions with ~ the LaridR, Treasury, ana other Govern- ?» -jneDt Departments, can rely upon liavinfiany jr r inattera in which they: are interested ut tended la( td with-^rompiituder; ' j m-o ? ;' Established. 186 6. .. ^ ? - ;?/-»? ?- . — T-r-'-.' '?? : fif - r^ENEfi^-c^^D^E, MERCH...

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY 16, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 17 May 1879

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT ? FOB TDK WEEK ENDING MAY 10, 1879. 'Mjntp. | g1™' Mm. j Rain.' May 10 08 44 0 ' „ 11 63 61 0.10 „ 12 04 40 6.2 „ 18 08 4C 0 14 08 48 0 „ 15 .08 62 4.C6 „ 10 66 ? 60 0.20 Mean Temperature for the week, 64.10 Rainfall for the week, 4.88. ' 1 ?' ? KI M. BROAD. 3Dlie '|lt0st &lanfi-afrt-. ? Tiyte to. our Principles. ' SATURDAY, MATT 17, 18791

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

mamcE stobes, ^'-AtrCKLAND STBEET, BEGA. Potatoes, 38 fld.— A S(-endid Quality of Potatoes, delivered at Bayer's Itosidence at & fid per Cwt. \ Good Old Corn, 3a 9d.—G«d Old Corn delivered at Buyer's Bcsidence atga gj Bushel. \ * Seed Oats, 4s.— A Fine Specimen^ jar. tarian or Black Oats that ii ill giro a goat. crop off the poorest land, delivered within a rWD. . able distance, at ' Buyer's Bcsidence, at 4s% Bushel. 4 / LSO, Hams, Butter. — Splendid Quality, Bacon. — Best in the District. Lard. — A 1. Cheese Onions, Pumpkins, Honey, &c„ &c. On sale and delivered at most reasonable prices. Good . Fat Turkeys, Ducks, or Fowls, alive and prepared for cooking, also 1 delivered at t le Purchaser's at a mere paying figure. pbodugeTs TORES, Auckland-street; Bega. THE PEODTJOE STORES, AUCKLAND-STREET. Purchases Delivered at Buyer's u Residence. Business Conducted on the- CASH principle at j LOWEST RATES. Green Stuff! Green Stuff! ! for the Million ANY quantity of th...

ENGLAND—THE TRIUMPHANT AN AMERICAN TRIBUTE TO ENGLAND'S GREATNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

^triumphant Ak Amebican'Tei»Pte; to England's , r ?; i ??iKu - rc 1 1 '? ' ; }~r We take Uic fpUpyixig trom onr tpnaat ] antic egp teippRraiy, Uie iilq-rimap Journal published iii MassaeluiRciis:— ,. ,'^Jfej:.li;iiiinpli;qf.jParJ. Bcaconsfield in the Bpitisli Parliainprit.; cacli', Itoiiso sup: porting Iiitij by nj.orc^ihan a party vote, tnakes^ Jiiui Uie,;.laiomoal. ; man ,of the nations. Bismocck is cclipsed, nnd his in fluence is ^ripji^SS Jjy n , strong opposition: But thp vote of Parliiivnent is mqrp in|7 portjrft ab.it is ondprsebient .of - a new pdloiiial poljcy$,$yJiiph wijt nmkc England jnore qlolply 'rplnted to( and niovp power j&ccry^q'uhj'ter of tjip globe. ' First, ?iieftcflifSlield-fi1 hand ? 'was ' felt at the Suez Cfoqalt fim jWd decided, ,tpi|p)iiiig Egypt and iollotvinK iip to Abyssinia ; then al jSon^h Africa, intlioannexatiop of territory ?which a cerittjiy'^ll dcVcl^po as thp last 3^l-tn'Anieriea.\ JCext. Indin, 1 py thij ^stfibli^ihi'cnt . of a |iew Jim...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

PRODUCE STOEES, AUCKLAlfD .BEGA. Potatoes, 3s gd.— 'A Splendid Quality of potatoes, delivered at Buyer's Residence at 3s (id per Cwt ?£''£. ' ' Good Old Cprn, 3s 8d.— Good Old Corn delivered at Bijyer's Eesidenee iat 3s pd. -per jBushe]; ' ' ' V * ' ' ' ; ' Seed Ojlts, 4s:— ATiti'e'^pecimen of Tarr tarian or Black Oats that \\|ll giv/5 a good crop off tie-poorest Jond, delivered within' ti reiisan. able distance, it Buyer's Rhsidc-nbc, at 4s. per* BoshcL ' ? ALSO, ; - . -? i ' -. Hams, ' Buttqr.— Splendid Quality. Bacon. — Best in'-the Distppt Lard.— A 1. ' ' '.'.'lli... Cheese. Onions. Pumpkins. Honey, &C.V &C.' 'J 3 Pn 6ale and. delivered at most fcasop^blo priccs.^. Good Fat Turkeys, X)ucke, or Fowls, alive and prepared . for cooking, also delivered at J ip Purchaser's at A .mere paying figure. PRODUCE' S I'OBES, Auckland-street,. Bega. On Sale by the /Ondersigned- - MAIZE, / BARLEY, /OATS, « - ' . \J CHAFF, BKAN. / - ? RIXON and MACLEOD. Needlework PLA IN NEED LE...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

PEGA POST-OFFICE. 3ABMVAI-- J^ncfc DISPATCH OF -MAILS. VSlimVALS. Sydney via Goulburu, Braid-) Daily, (Tucs wood. Moruya,' Enrpbodalla, - days excepted) Cobai-go and Brogo, ' ) at IS p.m. . ] Kamcruka, Candcln. Mogilla ; j Monfl,__ I Colombo and Monaro, vin- VTnntawnnefj. I 7'?° a'm' Kftmcnik.i, Oandylo, and Col- 1 Thursdays, ombo, ( 7. :0 p.m.' Edcp, .. Panbula, Towamba, I Taevlav apd Merimbula, and Wolijuriln, ['Friday, 4 p. in Jlonaro, 'via Wy^dliam'' iUitl I -Tuesday, at Panbula', J p.m. Monaro. via Coloni In, andi Sunday, at 6.30 NumbHggn, ) p.m. Tanja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 | am. The Mail by 'Steamer liaclje? Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday, DEPARTURES. Sydnqy . via Rrogo, Cobargo, ) Daily, (Thurs EiirobodallaJ Moruya, Braid- v dayrf excepted) wood, aud Goulburu, ) ul, 1 1 .HO a.m. Kamcruka, Candclq. and Jlo- 1 Mondnys, 0.30 gilla ; and Monara via 1'nn- - . .a.m. tawangln, | Kamevuka nnd Candelo : and ) Thursday,' at Monato via Coliitnlin, j 9.30 a.m. Wolumla. M...

BEGA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 20TH May. [Before the P.M. and D.Gowing,Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

BEGA POLICE COURT. Tuesday, ^Oth May. [Before tho P.M. and D. Gowing, Esq., J.P.] A man named Gray was charged under a warrant from the Sydney Bench, issued in December, 1877, with obtaining a sum of money by false pretences from John Duffin. Sonior-Constablo Church deposed to the ar rest of the accused, and prayed for a remand to Sydney. The Bench remanded Gray to Qtrilvinrr n m-nai n rr fft an/ianf Tko.fi Johnson v. O'Brien. — Mr. Bawlinson for defendant. It appeared that a certain horse belonging to O'Brien was in pound in Can delo, and was amongst others ' tailed ' by plaintiffs sons. O'Brien seeing the horse feeding in unenclosed land, took him, and Johnson, hearing the horse was hung up at a store in Candelo, went to recover it, when defendant assaulted him by striking him on the hand with a leather girth. There was a cross action for assault, O'Brien against Johnson. The Benoh after hearing both sides of the story dismissed both cases, ap parently on the ground that O'Brien, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

c. H. R0TCE & CO., JjJNGINEERS AND-IBONFOCNDEBS,, ? — j Sa,vaniaed *-?.- To Enable Oraerslto be- Ekecnted at London, £ I ab Eeast .Three- v ^ Months' Notaoe-befora band of such Order: i TVTOTICE^ta Jkyjli ate the Atmirenarv JL.1 o£ the- Queer 's til hfar, BEGA BflCW' ?' JSIABT will be CL IStfD ^Jthat l£te? ^ I v .UGH Ufr k MoMAHCN.. f i_ ' 1 — — h — igj.' ? ^ J MEN^ ;? Wfig&iBs-m Sfa per day. 'AmSe?'' ^ Stone Breakers.— KENNED3RS Contractor, Tantarouaflo. l«oad— Bombali tot' Meriinbula.. , - J ^ ?: To BoSlders. V. ' - 'jj TENDEBS are inviiadtfor tite erection- oC ' » ' a Weathershed for IttiB Public School ► I | buildings at BomlaJa,. JPlafa end SpeoifU if I cations may be setofon a£pj«3aon to H. M. ] Joseph, Esq., J.Pf, JHA.'Bjfcretary Public! --''-.J = f £? j School Board at thajr place, bpirhom TenUea Jgsi' . jp I must be addresseft^n or befOre the Jth Juno- ^ ' -?* i* next. Forms off Tento jpay^a obtained ? -Xtk fcom. My. Josephs.. ' ./ 1 ?:] W. WILKINSi : ' Jr S...

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [From our Correspondent.] Weather. — During the entire week, moder ate showers have fallen and still continue. Graziers are satisfied with the fair prospects for the winter thus far, and generally affinn they have not known a better season on the whole, for the past 20 years. Stock look ttaII. n.rirl TAmnnftrn.fivn -rvrippn frvr anmolrinda of dairy produce being steadily maintained, places a little money in circulation. Chueoh. — Tho Reverend Father Healey's services were largely attended on Tuesday and Wednesday last, notwithstanding the in clement state of the weather. School. — The average attendance of pupils isjincreasing, but their comfort, as well as that of the teacher, does not receive that con sideration at the hands of the Local Board wliioh is so much needed. Neither fire place or stove and the aperture: between the slabs, in several places, will shortly make many means of entrance and exit without the aid of doors. The members of the Local Board require ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

GENERAL NEWS. Most parts of this -Colony, as well as Vic-J toria, South Australia, and Western Aus tralia, have benefitted by the late rains. Mr. Holroyd, the Master of Equity, has assumed the office of Master in Lunacy under the Lunacy Act of 1878. if.'Tlifl Rmif.Vi Aiicfraliona Tin.*™* imnAiJnJ 18bt- immigrants since the l6t January. Many are out of employment, ...and the . Government have had to find wo& for the unemployed on new. railway works. ' There is a new rush at Cooyal, near Mudgee; the- sinking is 20 to 80 feet. Mr. James Service; leader of the moderate party jn Victoria, recently made V telling speech before his constituents on the 'situation.1* Hje donouncod the embassy as a farce and a failure, and accused the Government of legislative incapaeity and de partmental corruption. According to Mr. Service, the disputes between-, the. Houses can be settled without the necessity. for ?Izn~. perial interference. ' To-day a chess match will be played' by telegraph betw...

HIGH WORDS IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

HIGH WORDS INTHE ASSe1®T. A debate of a highly recriminatory chaste a took place in the Legislative AssemojSauiU Friday, the 16th inst., arising out of fagfe-il tiling that took place on Thursday, wheSH||\ Garrett announced that 'he bed abandojfel ' his action for libel against Mr, M'Elbonei® consequence o£ the plea of privilege beingad® vised Dy tiie counsel 10 oe b oar xur uuliuu-. The Piemier (Sir Henry Parkes) rose andl drew the attention of the Houb6 to the cir cumstance. Ho said he considered it: his; duty to do so because the occurrence was an unusual x-ne. The charges that had been made Dy liir. jri/uuione against uir. axhitl-ll were of a character that, if true, must neces sarily ruin him. He then went on to say that Mr. Garrett had takeu the only course open to hiin to vindicate his character and disprove the charges, but was restricted from proceeding by the defendant in the case. put- ling in the plea of privilege as a member of Parliament. We liad, lie said, nothing to ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

Properties for Sale. - 1 YACLAMAH STATION, of 20,000 acres, :250 Head 'of Cattle. 160 Frcohold Land, anil MB C.P. most of whicli is fenned. Station of 8000 acrcs, 2000 sliccp, GO hc.nl of rattle, in the Monaro Disj^ict. Farm of 1700 acrcs. jOoc of tho choicest .pro perties iii llic Bega ('iircrict, with nil necessary improvements foitdarf-ying or fattening. ' Dniry Farm 'W)Jv-/s, with cattlc (401iead) dairy and farn&»n%l(p|joti, &c. Daiiy FarmjoiliwO acres, with all neecssaiy buildings for ttvollnirics. Farm of 030 acres (freehold). A spleudtd property. CtO Acres (C.P.) E.lcn District, fenced and otherwise improved. f 058 Acrps jO.P. -subdivided, into -.three farjns, any one of which caii be. sold sfeparately. ? : |LG0 acres, with tottage, ieiicfid, &c.,. near Bega. ,-:??? 40 acrcs, three miles from Bega. ? Also several Town Properties. For full particulars apply to . G. HASIINGDEN. TATTERSAiL'S HOTEL, riTT-STREET, SYDNEY. . GEORGE ADAMS (late of Kiama) wishe...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, May 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS: [From our Telegraphic Oobrbspondjsnts.] SYDNEY, May 22. The Assembly last night was occupied a considerable time in discussing the question of the condemned criminals.^ The House re \smed consideration of the Estimates, mak good progress with tho srorks Departr; Edit. i- iv . /i ? -i r* ? LitRii* ? «jr~«ir~i ? ? m me unminai uourc wmmin iiwiuiuwui large property owner in tbe Coonamble dis was /ound guilty of receiving 'stolen and was remanded for sentence* ^ Seamen's Union intend . to celebrate peon's birthday by a procession and pic-t^ with a torchlight procession in the L tveiikg. ? ... ilaifi general throughout country districts, i .Indignation meetings continue to be held |n^t country districts 'with regard to the Kon&s&&d criminals, 'and petitions are ?eingjirspared. m&tiiiftas Ground has been . discovered on Greek near Adelong showing m l ? SYDNEY. May 23. . last night, Mrt^M'Elhone, supply, resumed 'his abusive attaHoMitfli Premi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

§ — — — — i — 7'^-' m /?*.'. , General Post Office, / _ . Sydney, 22nd Anril. 18: / . POSrOFFICE MQNEfr ORDERS. F ? IB hereby notifiedf^on/ajAhkfter tbe ?? X^ May next the TVm Twimoj Q Sgtem will be extendeftS tjfe foH&mng pi Cakdbl/ SAUL SaMUE; T§ To Let thtfTTBT JULY/ NEXT. 2fAjf IjOTEL, al present HOSpMOONKYf ularf, apply to / JOHN GHEESON. .-a / Beg' y ' Seeds- | Seeds- i56edQs. A GRAND SELEgEoB^A^Kas FABM and CMJDEN S0EDS ' lie to handsiajtew days, at the 7 * PRODUCE STORES? ? r j Aucmnd-stree( ' For Sale,,^-^'' AREAIiLY GOOTIj. BWGflff/ HOB! Staunch, Quiet,M*| G/^(-£ction, j P'yto K-tfTO'TOOLE, Produce Stores ® A Bare Chance. P^S^gHigejt^y^SALE a Selection of 130 Acres, upjpa: Plat, eqMlier-the b .^;r-andin Corn Crop. jp5^S£jKwyej(/cati be . ^ -srepsed by'400 acre^og^agWt^apjBd. and I » a permanent creek or^rst class watei Rujjmnai J, through it. Situatioiyfour miles, from a relmtftSal fort. This is achance seldom offering. For terms and particulars apply to & ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] BEGA AMATEUR DEMOCRATIC CLUB. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify curselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] BEGA :AMATEUR IfiP&TIC^' CLUB. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sir, — Allow me a few lines in your columns to make a few remarks. Lost night, was the last dress rehearsal of the Bega Amateur Dramatic Club of their programme for the 24th inst. Some of the public thought proper to come and seat themselves in the Hall to listen to the proceedings, notwith standing the hints given them to leave. Now, the hon. members of this club pay a subscrip tion for the privilege' of attending all re hearsals, and, why should they, if anybody can see them for nothing? and amongst them people who ought to know better. I don't thinlr the members are afraid of tliem going away with a bad impression of the play, butthere are many little things, such as locals, &c., which, when known by all the public beforehand, spoil the effect of the play. Hoping this hint may be taken, — I am, &a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

Special Advertisements. ? Dissolution of Partnership 'VT OTICK is hereby given that tlic PARTNER SHIP existing between us, THE tJN DETSIGNED, ns General Storcleepere, carried on at 1'RGA. under the Name and Firm of THOMSON and FRENCH, liu Til IS DAY been DISSOLVED by Mutual Consent. The Business will be osrried on by MR. WILLIAM THOMSON,' whs will Pay all INABILITIES DDK by, and BeOKIVIC ALL Debts Doe to the Late Firm, D atci at Btya this Seventeenth Day of May, AD., 1879. . ? WILLIAM THOMSON, A LB HUT FRENCH. Witnes i to the Signature of the said Parties i HENRY WAlfKER, Commercial Bank, ? Be B»0 ? VICTORIA HOUSE. SPECIAL AHNDHNOEHENT ! REFERRING/ to J\ le Lbbvc notice, W. THOMSON takes-Hie Prelent Opportunity of thanking his Humerouf Friends. and the Public Generally for their Lib rq.1 Support, and Regs to announce that the B I8INESS of the VIC TORIA HOUSE is u( w SOLELY UNDER BIS CONTROL, and trusts by strict attention to tho Business iind the Requirements of his Customers, to Me...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

r shl^lng' 1^1 tiKm :'P' ' w^'-r---^1v»- ; ;C^i«ay:'.7 '' vS^V-WPP^-iy fite ainer Between ; '? ' !'t'-'''; J^p^buiji; Tathra andi fiBBI ^|Ne'rt^teainSiip -MOJfA 'llK* ??'?? V^^DlSljfeveijr 'KjiSSDOlLY, at, J (iiflp #widw. '; ... Ir I / ?£$£& ? ' ffeS-ir*Y! - *° ^50 llbnvp] f|| mlmBmfe' ^ wil1 -leaxy Tatli . 1 P'RW'M^^rS^ey,'^' BpEfiPPlfc^- . ^'-F&fea ffad^rcighfe at ^owest Rat ?Hp? H. ? iTC EON :? MPi. -! ^tBB^: frl ftsfffir* al Mfc :. hja|aPr^ppja::?^B!i^ ; P* i '*&-, : :. .Business: Dh'ectbry;& rr® * , :1. f !;jG;;T:te^-^EN;i - ' . ? ; ' * * '-A U' C T I/O'N H, - f* ifei£ tJjfJjggjiW MgeMi ? ? ?'?' .- J, C . ' ;^8A^^i^';%^^H^EET, j '-:? i^afrw'Ufcnte lf-^ei^iia;do;M;*)*. V- .uIyiiIJ '???? '!L -?- - v,-^ ' . . ; .1 ? ,hdi ^ I - ?rxrfJQLESAIiE .BBBUL ? TIMBER : * W^tvSliiTfi !3W'iiilM'. Stheet, siu L^nsauiit 'jSjf^rafC'. ?'. : ., , : , ? AroCnsh PttfoViaafs of ,;ColoQial HarJwobd, . _; - aridi SwS^wpWEd Jtb.-Hcoeiw Tinjjieiv on *our Wharf, ,jf 'iCuiiR...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

Cobaboo.— On Sunday 1st June the Revd-' H. E. Taylor, Church of England clergyman'? ofMoruya, will officiate at Coborgo at the! hour of 11 in the forenoon. j The Bega Pound. — Mr. Samuel Brown j having resigned the office of Poundkeeper, ' Mr. David Kiss applied to the Bench on ? Tuesday last for the vacant office and was ' duly appointed. Legal. — Mr. Charles J. O'Connor, solici tor, lias taken up bis abode in Bega to follow the practice of his profession. Dramatic Club. — This evening the Dra matic Clmb perform for the benefit of the School of Arts building fund. Great pre parations have been made by the club to make this performance a success. The whole piece will be well represented with new dresses; and the scenery, painted by Mr. H. Keillor, .would do credit to a metropolitan theatre. We hope to see a bumper house to reward the efforts of the members of the Amatuer Dramatic Club. ~ I Death. — On the 16th instant there died at Lakevale, Bodalla, Mr. Edmund Kirby at the ripe old...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 24 May 1879

DEj |h UNDERBILL. — On 1 lie 26th April, at her mother's residence] Wyndliam, Emiline Amelia, tlio beloved ivifo of Samuel Under bill. Sir* itegst £tanimr&. True to our Principles. \ ' SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1879 |

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