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BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

BEGA, POSTOFFICE ? ' . T. ? ^ v ' ' * ATtmvAL AND BlSPXrcn Of MAILS. aurtvals. 'SjHiinv Tin Goulburn, Druid- ) Dfiily, (Tues woo«i. Mornys, liurobodalla, - d.iys excepted) Cobiiryo ami liroj^o. J at 6 p.m. Knniernka, Candelo. Mogill.i ; 1 Mondnys * - Colombo aud Mouaro, via- 7 30 am Tuntawnnglo. ) Kanicruka,. Candelo, and Col- 1 Thursday)?, oiubo, 1 7.b0 p.m. Eden, Panbula, Towambu, J Tnesday and Merimbula, nnd^olumln, f Friday, *1 p.m Monaro,. via Wyndham and ) Tuesday, at Pnn)»ula I n.lll. Mon&fo. via Colombo, mid ( Sunday, -it G.30 , - Numbnpga, ( p-^* ,Tanjk (Nelsons1), ) Tuesday, 10.30 ' ... '? ) a in. The Mail by Steamer rencbes I3cga via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday, DEPABTUEBS. Syflney^J'f^Brogo, Cobai^o, ) Daily, (Thuis Euiobodal^ Moruya, Biaid* - days excepted^ .'wood, and-Sgulburn, J at 1 1 .HO a.m. 1 Kameruka^Cahdelo, a,nd Wo- j Mondays. 9.30 'gilla ; imd Monnra via Tan- v a.m. tawa»!?lo, r Kamcrukn aud Candelo ; 4iud ] Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, ) D. 30...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

Holloway's Pills. — With the darken ing days and changing temperatures the digestion becomes impaired, the liva^, dis- ordered, and. the mind dispondent sinless the cause of the regularity be expelled from the Wood and body by an alternative like these Pills. They go directly to the source of the evil, thrust out all impurities from the circulation, reduce distempered organs to their natural state, and correct all defective and contaminated secretions. Such easy means of instituting health, strenth, and cheerfulness should bo in the possession of all whose stomachs are weak, whose minds arc much harassed, or whose brains are overworked. Holloway's is essentially aa. blood tempering medicine whereby, its ^frifluence, reaching the re motest fibre of the frame, effects a univer sal good. TATTEESALL'S HOTEL, PITT-STEEET, SYDNEY' GEORGE ADAMS (late of Kiama) wishes to inform his friends and the Public gene rally that he has succeeded Mr. W.J. O'Bbien in the fibovr; 'OLD fijnflJSHSD SPOBT...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

THE BEGA DISTRICT BAKERY' WILL BE OPENED ON . MONDAY, the 21st APRIL, .TAMES wVfo'IELI), Who intends .ta 0)1 the BAKING BUSINESS in all Its trainiep and Hopes by Strict AtLentiW^iih Ci\ili(y|frombincd to Merit -ofipktronage. Bread Delivereei Every Moaning in Town and Subvurb^?; ^ 2-ib. ? ? ? 4-lb- LOAF.: ? ? 8d. Everything Else in thii Trade afeflie Lowest Possible Prieea. 4 April 23r|, 1879. s ' ? PE0.DU(JE 8T0EE8, A*ackr.Aifr- street, beg-a. u Potatoes, 4s Oci. — a Kplenilid Quality Potatoes, delivered at 'Buyer's Resideuce at 3a 6d per Cwt. s Good Old Cora,t3o 9d. — Good Old Corn delivered ut Buyer's Residence at 3s 9d per Bushel. Seed Oats, 4s- — A Fine Specimen of Tar tarian orBlack Oats that will give a good . crop off the poorest land, delivered within a renEon able distance, at Buyer's Residence, at, 4s per ^Bushel, v. ... '' ??? ALSO, - . ?' Hams,.,iButter.— Splen'did Quality. Baoon.— -Best iu-tho' District. . Lard- — A i. J. Cheese, Onions, Pumpkins, Honey, &c., Se...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

Tathua Tbleoraph. — This delayed boon tfr to be granted. Tenders are now invited, tout the time for the receipt of tonderB is too short, while the time for completion, ono month, is absurd. Royalty. — Tho Prince of Wales will visit Australia, leaving nmgiana in aDout lour months. His Royal Highness will be ac companied by his eldest son, and the Serapis, the vessel that carried him to India, will bring him to Australia Nobthern Road. — A memorial will shortly bo for signature requesting that tho road from the end of Campbell's Lane may bo made, direct, as is possible, to tho bridge, and that Campbell's lagoon creek may be bridged. Also that the main northern road may bo maintained as at present, oxopting a devia tion through part of tho Yarranung property to the bridge. Incorporation — A memorial is in oourse of signature requesting the Polioe Magistrate to call a meeting to consider the desirabilty of incorporation. Comments on this subject are held over for want oi space. Meantime...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The natural oyster beds in Cuttagee Lake are closed by Government notification for twelve months. The centenary of the poet Moore was cele brated with great eclat at the Guild Hall in Sydney on iSVednesday week. Mr. P. A. Jennings, C.M.G. presided; And delivered a stirring address on the life; and works of Jtretana s greatest poet, .a.' concert louowect, the pieces sang being almost exclusively Moore's melodies. Dnring*-an interval a poem composed for the occasion by Mr. H. Halloran was recited with! great effect by Mr. T. M. Slattery. Mr. Hicks, Inspector of Schools for this district, was engaged among the Moruya schools last week. The bazaar at Moruya in aid of the funds of the Mechanic's Institute was fairly sue- . cesBfiiL With the Government aid of £1000 the institution should be put on a good foot ing. At a meeting of the bazaar committee the editor of the Liberal was taken to task for commenting unfavorably onihe proceed ings of the committee. Senior-constable B...

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 3rd June. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs Gowing and Wood). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

TOLICE COURT. Tuesday, 3rd Jtjnk. (Before the Police Magistrate, and Messrs Go wing and Wood). There was no polioe business and a couple of small debts oases occupied the attention of the court. The first case was Jamioson against JnmeB Collins, for the value of certain pigs defend ant had purchased from plaintiff, and which after delivery had beon taken, cot away from defendant's sorrant, and only one returned to tho vendor's residence. Verdict, for plain tiff, for whom Mr. O'Connor appeared ; Mr. Rawlinson fordefendent. Bateman v. Johnson. — A claim for ille gally selling a heifer impounded at Candelo. The defendant had described the brand wrongly in the advertisement, mistaking the JB conjoined with N under, for R with W under. The brand being blotched, the mis take was a very natural one, but the Act gave the Bench no alternative but to mulct defendant in the value, £8 15s. with costs of court. Mr. Rawlinson for plaintiff; Mr. O'Connor for doiendant. Wednesday 4th June. (Boforo ...

OUR TELEGBAMS. SYDNEY, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

QUE TELEGRAMS. j ('From otjb Telegraphic Cobebspondekts:] I SYDNEY, Julie 6. The Assembly last night concludedSjhe re maining clauses of the Ttiand Bill in\ com mittee without material alteration. Tgp Bill was reported with amendments, ante the ! adoption of the report was fixed for to-day, The Californian mail steamer arrivOT at Auckland yesterday morning. . % The Executivp will deal finally with^he matter of the condemned criminals to-day. or to-morrow. * | A numerously attended meeting of tbe I Cricketing Association was neldV last night 1 and resolutions were passed generally pro testing against the ?complexion ' put upon thg, disturbance by Lord Harris' letter. The; draft of a letter was adopted for transmission ' to the London Daily 1'elegraph, and it was also decided to send a cablegram to England on tne suDject. Heavy rain fell throughout yesterday ; the weather has again cleared. The Queensland budget estimates a deficit at the end of the financial year of £170,000. ] It is...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sir, — I observe 'A Shipper's' letter in your issue of Saturday last. Doubtless a sense of fairness will induce you to give place for some remarks on the other side As one interested in the trade via Tathra you must admit my assertion that that nnrh hoR been of vast; spri'inn in Rap-a and district. Produce has been conveyed to the Bteamers and schooner at a cheaper rate than to Merimbula, ond supplies have come to Bega a pound a ton cheaper from Sydney, and this has enabled storekeepers to sell their goods at lower prices, eo I may safely say that all the district has| participated in the advantages gained by opening up of tbe Tathra trade. There are inany of onr largest growers who can send their produce to Tathra as cheaply as they coidd to a railway terminus in i Bega, and to them the maintenance of the trade via Tathra i...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

^ ^TJR%ARIS t LETTER ™ AGRICULTURE. ? .* ? ?? In the new law iu course oF being ; on j^inlar education, the tenchingof agri culture iu tlife rira) . national ecliools will lie obligatory, ui^Kitsonci; to tnjio effect. This is going a' Hut}^ too iuj»i(ljy ; the greater part of the eotrfitry ficjipol masters^ are not prepared toimpart the desired in-, structioii j jpll that can be reasonably petted from theui is tflat they prepare .Sffcemselves, «s well ng their pupils, by .means cf» judiciously selected treatises og. . rural economy, ;J3lMor, whenthe normal 1 schools are inaii^Vated and roasters dnSjf trained, greater Results egE be dciflanded. Btoi department' t6||jive -its|%oruiai sJnool, to whidtogin agricultural prof&wor . will 'he attjicjira; 50 jifofessors are re quired and six years arc allowed to exe-4 cute the programing. The supply qf suit tle candidates for these choirs t-f a'gricul reis at present , vcrv limited; in time, the superior jigronoiniciil collegfee ?wil...

THE CANDLO ATHLETIC MEET To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

THE OANDLO ATHLETIC MEET To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sir, — In your last issue appears a letter, j signed ' Fair Play,' in which the following passage occurs: 'The correspondent is wrong in stating that racing rules specify that one ought to be placed to win a wager. Such is not tho case unless the wager is so stipulated. I therefore maintain that tho backers O-ardiner v. Wren have won. unless there was a previous arrangement that ono was to bo placed, &e.' For ' Fair Play's ' bettor information, I would refer him to tho answer to a question, under the head of ' sporting,' In tho Town and Country Journal, of tho 24th May, which 'iroads, ' if nothing is said about the bet being for placos, it moans one to win, and so it is off.' Advising 'Fair Play,' when he noxt rushes into print, to choose a subject he knows something about,- — I am, &c., ARGUS. Cth June, 1879.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

H| * -ep™Sbinai^„| ^ ^ gq ' ^H|i^^K'R- -, Town Jams, 3 ^^maudiBMJCEBS,Si6.ati 1) Good^Pktenis,' * J^i' #' 6s. ' Per'Dbze i, 1 ; ? ;,_ . 4gr % y-lNNEK PLATES, Store Oh aa, 5s SdperDoz. jj' ' '''' ' ^.''' '* ' ' ' ' i ^'0 ' ?' %- TGDjET SETS} -^n*ittj£l5s ;per Set. . : /§f- - 'V'^^' » i ? ? ^ - K ? .?' SplPV- ' ' ^ ^ ? £ ' 5*; * QpmJSIl^^WMpi rllfSEES, ,?y -?£'*' ? $*&*£&.» ife^«.'«? . ',, ^^'lEtrs'-MAsi :G!isl)K 'V.;.* ^ * boots, ' : '' / 'Well Made' and Finished, 8s' 3.1 per Pair I i I ???^ ». . ?-,: . ' ?» ' ' '? *. 5 SCARLET FLANNEl , 9d periYd. ., . ? ?; ?? V^OOia P3 jAED- * ' t* „ - -- iS ^SINGLE WIDTH, la B $ per Yard. *'.; -_.-){ -M; — ? '?# ' '.'?tfpuble; Width Woo! UPlaid, lG§d i.; ' Tjgjg- '? ' ? per Yard ? ^ Loyal! Pr: nee Alfred Lodge. SPE( I$L .MEETING. OPENING NEW LODGE -tfi . ;.' nodM. . The OFFICE RS aud &IEiIBjSR3 of the above Lodge urc respectfully requested to at tend at the NEW IL0DGB.E00M, ,._£'? SC loot OF* ARTS, 0ri*Thur iday. 12th Insta...

PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

PORT ACCOMMODATION. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard, Sib, — In your last week's issue I notice a letter on the above subject, and agree . with . the writer that our port accommodation is not so good as it ought to be, and am of opinion that it is time some stops should be taken to give the present generation in this district the benefit of the splendid port of Twofold Bay, and that we should not any longer depend on the fine weather ports of Tathra and Merimbula. The means of transit must necessarily be by either ''railway or tramway. Allowing that we could not get the former, because there is not traffic enough between tho dis- ' trict and the ports, and on the other hand that we could set a tramwav .connecting Bega with Eden, the next thing to consider is, which way is it to go. ? ' ? It is generally allowed that a tramway should go via Jellat Jellat, and the coast road to Morimbula, then across the Merim bula Lake, and though Panbula. So far there are no serious engineering ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

Church Services. * ' Church of Bngltmd. , D* TVINIC SERVICE will bo held at*St. John's Bega, ev«y Sunday Morning mid gvemng. Holy Communion on the First Sunday iu Every Mouth. j, Baptisms every Sunday, at 3 p.m. Kameecka Parish. . Juno 8. — Panbula il a.m. (lie.) ; Morithbula . y 7.30Jp.uj. ^ane 15.— -Kamoruka lW.in. ; Colombo 3.30 ' ^ P-MV ? '1' pOathollfl. ; MASS will be celebrated on Monday, as under : — .y: Jtmrt 8. — Bega. . V1' Juuo 15. — Eden; ? : ? «c ? Wesleyan. Divine skhvicb win be ma (1-v.) by Rev. J. E. Carrnthers as follower. — June 8. — Bega II a.m., and 7 p.m. j Wolumla . „ jStpj*' . .4. . ?-Q ' r- - Presbyterian. THE Rev, W. Baiter will (d.v.) preach on 'Sunday : — , Eden District. Juno 8. — Wvndliam 11 a.m., aud 3 p.m. June 15. — Edon 11 a.m. aud 7 p.m. Juno 22.— .Locliiol 11 a.ra. ; PantiulajB p.m. ; Merimbula 7 p.m.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

B^E£-$;+* ^an^l andfyet^al dgeni. ^^R^P : ^-:. '% *4* ? ? ^ ^H®pi OmcE r -3^1lCH:-6.TREET.; |«Pp fjAtE Yards ; 'CHI^feGH' STREET, jHB&j, -v .' ft .$ -Lfltxi^B\ ijBemo aod^Go^.) j' Blfc 1 ^TriiOMSAM^-A NO EETAli' ^TIMBER Hi:''''% W' M: .'-. .MBECHAN'JS, J* ? ?&/ ^WEN TWO CT1I Whaiif, Foot Deuitt Street, h| Are Cash ^chasers' of Colonial HarflwoocI, »«- ^ ftndate Prepared to Receive Tiflabisr, *oji' our Sw rf' ^harf,lf consigned to up, and will- Guarantee Hp. *£-?#??&* FuirHarket Ericc ior same, at anytime. K ' AH*-Jomrauaications addressed toriswul re P ^ fa ccive'.prompl attention, * , -v - * wool, wtfob * V1** A DSftHCES, small or /nice, against the t , If */V ? . coiningclip (187f)./ Easiest terms |£ * ; ? W JOHN BRIDuE. m Stock ana StationjAgent, Sydney. £ ^ '—4 ? ? III 4 ANiilSSON & SONS, Bfe: PLUMBERS, vilw AmSED IgpN p; : PiMrE jv^orker^ ?f- *&° UIPPS-STREeV, BEGA. F** ^4r WEBB & BOpfrH, fa, *&- ?C j0 M M I S'fs I 0 N/ AG...

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 6,1879. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

METEOROLOGICAL EEP0RT FOB THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 6, 1879. Month. Min- J Kain. Mat 81 52 60 T§ June 1 CO 46 0.7 „ 2 E9 42 0 „ 8 65 48 0 „ 4 J57 47 0.75 „ 5 69 85 0 „ 6 67 ? 88 0 *' Menu Temperature for tho week, 49.18 EninMl for tlio week, 1.90. R. M. BROAD. True to our Principle s. SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1879

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 June 1879

To Let PREMISES in j^Ce/aND-STREET recently ooeuAod/Taf the CASH SXOB.ES. Also COl l&GaE Lt the rear. Apply to j/ARMaTRONG, Or to W. TsfEILLEY, I Auckland-street. To Owners of TPteTjgs GHASLINGKMf to inform a OwnerB of K^Piga that lie lias ar ranged for steamship? to call at Eden for Fat Pigs for Melbourne. PIANO. THE UNDERSIGNED js drtgbred to Re cave Pupils for till: ehovf/in CANDELO at Mrs. Studder'sCottaJe.j , V 1/ \ | H. TAYLOK. N.B. — Pianos Tuned and Repaired in a Work manlike Manner. For Sale, AREAL1Y GO0tTN BUGGY HOBSE Staunel , Quiet, JndlGood Act on. Ap ply to ftp J. O'TOO .E, ' Producc Stores. $ A Rare Chance^ FOR SALE a Selection of £2-J*Acres, upwards of 60 Acres being Flalfamiji to the best Bega River Soil ; six acres Jjflimcti is cleared and in Corn Crop. Tbfe Selection can be in creased by 400 acres 90111 grazing land, and has a permanent creek of Tfifst class water running through it. Situation; four miles from a reliable port. This is a chance seldom offer...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

.BEGA POST-O FPICE . ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ! I ; ; - :* A CUT VAX'S.8' ' Sydofty via Ooulbnra, 13raid-j Daily. (Tees vr6otl. Moruya, Kurobodaila, - days excepted) Cobargo and Bro^o. j at 5 p.m. Karaeiuka. Candelo. Mogilla : ] , ,r , OolombD slid Mouarof viaj . ' Tanlawauglo. ,) ,7.30 a.m. IvanlcruVia, Candelo, apd Col-) Thursdays, ojflbr), 1 j T.rOp.ra. Eden, Panbula, Towamb a, | Tuesday and Mcrimbuln. and Wolumla, ( Friday, 4 p,m Monaro, Wyndbam and ) Tuesday, at minima, . . j p.m. Mnuaro. via Colombo, and j Sunday, at 6.30 Numburrgn, , ? f p.m; Taoja (Nclsous'), J Tuesday, 10.30 J - am. The Mail by Steamer readies 13cga via Tatbra on Wednesday or Thursday. DEPAliTUIlES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, 1 Daily, (Tburs* ! Eurobodalla, Moruya, Braid- - days excepted) j wood, and Ooulburu, } at 11 .30 a.m. | Kamernka, Candelo, and Mo- ] Moi'dnys, i).30 I jrilla ; and Mouara via Tau- - a.m. tawauglo, ... ) Kaineruka nnd Candelo; aud I Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, J 9.30 a.m. Wo...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

,/ Barley- Barleys/Barley^ ARE4LLY Splendid fafSple for Feed or ieed, delivered aJB^t/s Hesideiice, at 3s 6d /per Bnsliel - ? » 'v' L. J. '0'X00I.K. ** :. ^- Produce Stores. ? V 'EGGS IS. EGQS.'^ .. *T^rOT^THSTANDIN(- the Prices %* %n-aai *Li-- aske^y : Prodiicerajo™^^. tbe Under signed, thron^m^ayiag msymfc judicious pur ? . chase' of; a C-msideNifrte-%^itffi/ is enabled to .- ? ^11 .them of the Year— ; BWH|W^iPaae M aricet n8fe^|i^£ealwa^to be ob- i PBOPUCIS. Lard. Lavi- LHaxd. ^ |^P *; REALLY GOOD RtfA^Y ot LARD HjfiBF.-1 _£X NCw ou Hand At tiielr ?|P;' ? ? . IROPUCE STORES.. P TIQJ MARKET HAS ' RIS/ §§ A DECIDED BISE having taWn place : g| -A. rin\ie OLD CORN MARKET, I am , B compelled ft increase my rates Mcordingly, gg' and am noV selling BEST OLD CORN, | delivered at Buyer's Residency at 4s-Saper ^ HTJSHEL, foX any Quantify up-Ier four ti bushels ; over tlitt, 4s, 3d. / / Jf MARK — Bewate of m/SEp CORN (Old , gj , and New). y / A j f New Maize gripeft; yrif ejytgoans Losing ?...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

.v THAMES. ^®sHJndersigned returns his thanks tojrie .» , -eS\Pall,ic fo1' the Very Liberal Prffcn. the sll04 Jmc he tjiL 11111 and he assures lUr intor^s «? . ? tea that no efl»t will tie spared onJffiijjjSirt -to e1*® satisfuctio^ind merit tcneraj^support. ? Cn\ac'1 Ohffgjiejrfliates' that ?fcn-W°- impress on tbe.public mind th\fa-^ 283^%p rilm £ni_ do BUSINESS FOR Gh^rafafjJ^ short Ac ...: ?counts, which must UfrSBOnftPliY PAID. attend8 ^rge a number attend the Turk^f LotleV and he thinks he can with equaj^ruth, sty tBkt the lucky pereon was quite as/gratified in t\ winning of the same, amUGst no time in follo\ng the ' Golden Jttule or digesting it. Heals^begs to inform' « ensttmers that it is bis intentJLi to regular! v « Uer^omething similar 'worth tbei competing lojr due notice of whiqh will be giveL ° / ' L. J.j0'\x)LE.

THE CONDEMNED CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 June 1879

THE GONDliMNED ClUMINALS. ^ THEifoUojring is'i-tlic rqjy. by : (he L)eu- i tenant-Governor to ^ne of tbe niauy depu tations that waited on him lo obtuin ' a' cbmniutKiifh' (hc'dnad'9«iijdrioirsfilMs»d - on .tlic Jadfe; uow-v a\v;itting execution: — ' His Exce^cncy Baid that tlie answer ho would giv.e ^as.tlic only one tliat cnqld be given, juid.tlial Avus that lie was bound io jtaV'e tbe advice of tlie Executive Council. IFlioupli lie liad A ros|ionsjl)ili(y oi' liis own . independent of tllfeConucil, 1 u; would lay,, tbis petition tacfor$.4bat body, and what-' ever tlieir decision might be, tbougb be did not pledge iiimsclf to carry it out, it ; was most probable he should he guided by itl Of course lie liad nothing to do with sirgning tlie. case, still loss would be give tbem the slightest indication of any opinion bo may have formed, or or any possible result thai; might attend tbe de jibcrations of tho Executive Council,;- but ; he happened to, know that in Mpe;in fittmces— oiie...

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