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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. Per Greville's Telegram Co'. A very large number of exhibits from Austria ore arriving via Trieste per P. and O. mail steamer Avoca, consisting of wine, beer, pictures, statues, hardware, glassware, and general manufactures of all descriptions. a;,. fmm T.nrwtnn t.linf large numbers of pictures are to be sent out, 1 including some from the brush of Sir Freder ick Leighton, President of the Royal Art Academy. The Queeu and the Prince and Princess of Wales have signified their inten tion of sending their life size portraits. The Frenoh Government have appointed three gentlemen with the Commissioner-General to study the institutions of agrioulture and' commerce in New South Wales. The erec tion of machine halls commenced and will be completed about 1st August. The success fill tenders for the right of catering pay f 1875 for the privilege. Reports from all country districts are favorable and local committees are working hard. Tasmania is contributing ...

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

THE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LIMITED. The report of the anuual meeting of the members of this flourishing society, as given in the ftmirance.and. ? Banking Re cord , must be very gratifying to the many members in this district. All the mem bers we understand have been furnished with copies of the report, but tor the Dene fit of those about to make the sensible provision of life msnrance we give an out line of the proceedings of the society. The success of the Colonial Mutual Office has been described as ' phenomenal,' and this description comes from outside sources, and is thus divested of the appearance of an advertisement 6et forth by the mana gers of the concern. Success to be pheno menal must bo something outside of the ordinary, and the success of the Colonial may be safely said to transcend that of any similar institution ever started in the colonies or in the old country. Starting on the system, pure and simple, of mutual co-operation, the notion of colonial fe...

OUR TELEGRAMS SYDNEY, June. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

our telegrams! [From otra Teitegibaphic Corresponds! SYDNEY, June! The Assembly last night concluded thel plementary Estimates. The House a| to the Council's amendments on the CM atioa Bill. - j 1 In the Upper House, Mr. DockejjreJ the discussion on the spcond readhv J Land Bill, and was foUowed t j 1MB jjuutty, uinsaoim, jcloii, ana lie bag, m cipally in opposition to the measne. B debate was further adjourned until7o--* A .return laid before Parliament prts that there are 149 Denomination; RMs in actual operation at the present tJM _ Throughout yesterday the we wan tinued wet and stormy, with ahea ru ion theooast. . :fS F I T119 Masonic Ball at the Atijn Building was a great Isuccess; J jxX) neonle were nresent. ^ 1 A verdict of manslaughter ha re- turned against McGovem for tli sr's Hill tragedy. . Four thousand shares already t tl in the Coffee Palace Company. ! A thousand of the Victorian 'uh 'pd waited on Mr. Berry yesterday. 1 ted he was unable to find them work, tiat he woul...

DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

DEATH OF THE REtlNCE IMPERIAL^ Intelligence reaches the colony by telegramN of tho death of the Prince Imperial of France by the hands of the Zulus. It will be rempm.--i bered the young Prince,, who completed his - military education in England, got permis sion to eo out to the Cane as a volunteer. 'and on his departure addressed a character istic letter to the French nation. Had the ' Prince come back with a renown for bravery and feats of arms the name he bore might Jret have charmed Republican France ; but eading a mixed troup on a rleconnoitering expedition, be was killed in the saddle, rod so ended the last ot the Buonapartes, except one who is looked on as a sort of mongrel. Recent «telegrams state that the Prince's death is causing the collapse of the Buona. partist party in France. The following is from the Men of the Time : — [Eugene Louis Jean Joseph Napoleon (Prince Imperial of France), son of the late Emperor Napoleon IIL and the Empress Eugenie, was born March 16, 1856....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

Impoun- ed at Bega. IMPOUNDED q 1 gothl June, by the Trustees, from Bega Cpmmon : — Bay Horse, shod nd&rfliiAd foot white ; like brand ?' oven (T off shoulder; light illegible b|anfl -ear shoulder ; saddle marked I ' Chestnut Horse, JM niar shoulder ; EBP off shoulder ; i yo wlite feet. If not released, v ill be sold at this pound on the 17th July, 1: 179. I . KISS, Poundkeeper. For gmy^NSa] 3. HOBART TOWlfr ? J in taaall Cases Apply to | - I [in If AS dNGDEN. Notice. . THE Public art htarebj cautioned against purchasing i -om fnjl SON; EMANUEL CARRAliHER, 1 2 Kavfig NO CLAIM or authority from me or scfdJinf. I will not be responsible for any debtrha nfcy contract in my name. I I hee 1 ' MARGARET + CARRAGHER, mabkI Witness : O. H. Badd^Iej. Wanted tb^x«Kange, A BUGGY SOQlA^US^Oirjfa 'Waggonette. The sociable is next^/nTr, and' a neat family trap. — Apply toff. Bpaer, Photo Studio, Church-stroet, Bega. i Commercial Ba iking Company of S3 dnev. BEGA BraiNCB. CUSJO llEBS. are e...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENT [We do not identify ourselves with the of 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 — 28 June 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDED [We do not identify cniselves with tbe 0! expressed by correspondents.} PORT ACCOMMODATION To the Editor of the Bega Standai Sin, — I observe a letter signed ' Ti in your issue of 7th instant, and take tion to a greater part of that letter, co: ing that ' a sense of fairness ' slioulc prevented ' Tatlira ' from publishin; sentiments. I never heard anyone st Tatlira liad not been of service to Be^ district, aud allow that we could not ' without Tatlira as port at present ; I maize growing for the Sydney market profitable, as it is now would not p penses if it had to be carted to Merim There is, or will be, a good wharf at and there now is a good road to it oannot the large shippers send their j there without trying to throw cold wa a soherqe that would benefit others, at try to compel distant producers to 1 one or other of the ports now used ? I more it is possible that one of the - shippers is mistaken as to what ownei tercolonial vessels will do. Should oui fi...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The issue of the Town and Country Journal last week used up nearly five tons of paper. To show the absurd way in which Govern ment monies are squandered, the case of Mr. Coombes only need be stated. ' That gentle man careiuuy arew ms allowances- WJ111U some sort of functionary at tlie Paris Exlii? bition, andjie is still away drawing pay and ' perkisites'' on some wild goose chase about school business. Mr. E. O. Moriarty, Engineer in Chief for Rivers and Harbours, has returned to Syd ney, after, a tour round the world. Mr. Moriarty has had a look at harbour works through the States, England, Scotland, Ire land, and France ; had a peep at the Ex hibition, and home by the Suez Canal. Mr. Moriarty should now have a good fund of in formation to work on. , The Australian arid European Bank has recommenced business in Sydney, but it is intended to close the branch there unless capital oan he forthcoming to -enable ex tended operations to be carried on. The case against Wieb...

PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the Bega Sta7idarq ' Sib, — Nobody denies the kind motiv the Revd. A. D. Faunce in helping the lio School teacher since his unfortunat oident. -But what are the LocalBoard's of the Public School's Acts and Regula to allow a clergyman- to be teachers's I tenene 1 What a dust some one would up if the priest or the Baptist or Wes uiiuibwra gave - Beuuitu: instruction 1 Public School! Pity Johnny McElhone does not 1 what is allowed to go on in the villa Bega. The Begaites seem afraid to say to a goose ; one can't, and t'other dur and so abuses that men would never 1 themselves to be afflicted with are letg noticed. And where is the Press, tt fails to point out the path to freedom ? Yours 4c., OLDBLUI [We should think the slosing of a s a worse evil than arranging with pi priest, or even an intelligent Zulu, to a- .a few days. — En. B. S.]

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

Church Services. Church of England. D1VJNE SE1SVICE will be held at St. John's lk'gj-, every Sunday 1{ owing aud Evening. Holy Communion oil the Fiist Sumlnv ii. UJfcry Mo.nli. ^uptisins everySniKlfty.nl 3 p.m. ' Kamehuka Paejsii. June 29 — Ta(itinvaui;lii, 11 a.m. (lie.); Knmenika 3.30 p.m. lid-'n, Friday July 4. 7 p.m. Baptisms. — R. En- 1. Catholic. MASS will be celebrated on Sunday, as under : — June 29. — Bega. - July 6. — Paubula. Wesleyan. Divine skkvick win i-e held (dv.) by Ruv. J. E. Carrnthcin n« follows: — June 29.— Boga, 11 a,m; and 7 p.m. July 6. — Tantawanglo, 11 a.m.; Candelo, 2.30 p.m. ; Bega, 7 p.m. July. 18. — Boga, 11 a.m. ftud 7 p.m. ; Wolumla, 8 p.m. PresbytQrtan. rpHli Key, \V. Bakor will (D,v,) prijifcl).! |L «ui Sunday JunegQ.-SJega, 11 a.m. ; Wo.lumlftj 8.80

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

Illawarra Steam Navigation# jUT Bi-weekly Steamer Be tweea . Sydney, I] XjjB| MlerimbVla , . TatKrk and Eden. Hk .1 1 1HTC HUNTEJMifl'otlier' Steainers leave JB 1 SYDN15Y f# T/ITHRA, MEIUMBULA, fliul EDEN, ever* WEDNESDAY, at 9.1£ K!-'; a.m., irturniug oimFKIDAY. ?Farc'u anfi Freights at Lowest' Rates Agents :!;tfdeii? M-v II/:K150N:; mid 'at '? ^erimlmla, IV GIBSON.; .aWothraj Lk C. BATTAKDiER MEYBR. ?ftf'j. Jane 2, 1879 1 J}* . : . : : J Business Directory. i#5 ? : ? r G. HASLINGDEN, A U C T I O N E E R, J) anl, anot\(j--nera,Z Agent. Office : .IcifeapA ' S.TKEET. ; | Sale Yards : CHURCH. STREET, '? ; (Late' l'\ /fee ' aticl Co.'s'.) , . j WENS & CD-, V , -VTTHOLESALE AND 11ETAIL TIMBER W ' ' ''MEllCHAN'lS', Wentwortii Wharf. Foot Deoitt.Steeet, SYDNEY. ? , . . Arc Cash Purchasers of Colonial Hardwood, and are Prepared tp' llcceive Timber, ,»on -our Wharf, if consigned, to, us, ami .will ^Guarantee Full Market Pricc forsanic, at .any'gpd. * All-Comniiiniciitions addressed ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

Our Scp^lemknts. — Through some un;] accountable Jbuihder our supplements aro : ptill somewhere between here and M°*uya. Vy Presentation.— Miss Brescott was preseni . v fed with ' a h'andsqtap andchain by the ? . pupils of the publio school and their friends. The presentation took place in the tirescnce S-of a targe' number of poople on the closing olihe ,scJ)bpl for the Winter holidays. Thbw3Eck.: — \yp learn that legal opinions , V aro^a%TOr,f-f actions against the I. S. N. Co. for vwue$f goodsjost. / j / Piop.-— Shipments of fat . pigs continue to i^p made at Jidfm fo| Melbpurue ob fast as ... Jjneamers can Lip gjpt*- take then). ? The cir culation ofreqdy cash, inwliicli all payments are tqqda by (ia buyere, begins to have a sensible effect on the trade of the. town. Tffl? W^Th^r. — iHoayy gales have been blowng M tlie '^northward, but have not reaphejl TO^li^T^ Tlie steamer IJuutef started pn Wednesday morning, q,nd sheltered in . Watson's Bay. On Thijrsday she got lay as Wollo...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 28 June 1879

?. f X AHRIAGES, PARKED— PLU1 June 19, at Eden, by ... IbeBevd. W- f diA, AeorVe Parker, of To , rfr wnrnba, to Ki zel,4 dabgbVr of Mr. Thos. 1 1 Plumb, o£ Eden. A A \ ». OK'OliOP— W1UC fttrj-tJt. Jfcnc l 9, at Eden, Jtiy the lt«v. V j Bnkel, Matthew Henry ^Stephens George to Emma Jane Wright, both of l'onbula. ?£, V' 1 ' .' vy . I. ! . 1 ? :=r-; ^tanciari). True to our Principles. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sydney via GcmlUwn. Braid- ) Dauy, (Tucs w«kk!} Moruyj\ Euroboilalla, I days excepted) Uobargo and Brogo. ) at. 5 p.m. Kamerukn. Candelo, Mogilla ; i Mondays, ColoiniK) and Monaro, via v . Tantawangi-J. ) /. .-iOa.nl, Kamerukn, Caudelo, and Col-1 ' Thursdays, ombo, if 7.:0 p.m. Eden, Panhnla, , . Towambn, I Tuesday and Mci'imbuln, and'Wolumla, f Kriday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wyadham aud j. Tuesday, at Panbula, | p.m. Mnnnro. via Colombo, and | Sunday, atC.30 Numbugga, f p.m. Tauja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 j am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday. DEPARTURES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, j Daily, (Thurs Eurobodalla, Mm iiya, Braid- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburu, 1 at 11.30 a.m. Pnnieruka, Candelo. and Jlo- 1 Moi'days, 9.30 gilla ; nud Monava via Tan- 1 a.m. tavranplo, ) Kame'-uka and Candelo ; aud | Thursday, at Mauaro vi(i (^jlnmlio, f '.I. HO a.m. Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbula j Suudays, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

Magisterial .Spell. — ' Zig Zag ' in the Ecltb is responsible for the following : — At the Water Police Court recently there was a case of arsonbefore the Bench, aud the following amusing collcquy took placo One of th'e 'witnesses for the pro edition said, ' Thedefendant was talking to me after the (ire, and he said he wns sorry the 'ole place wasn't burnt down, as he wonld have made inore out g»f the in surance company than he did' The cjerk : ' Did he say the whole place or the old place ?' . Witness's ' '? The 'ole place—tliG *ole building— ^-everything — all nf ii-. — tlin 'ole of it.' DnffhfliiT. .T P - ' Witness, attend to tne, and be careful what you ;arc saying. Did the defendant say the whole or the old place t ^5Jo you spell it with. an ' h' or an Jo?'' Wit ness ; ' I spell it, your worship, with q. / w.' ' Dogberry, J.P. : ' Oh f. ah ! yos — go on with the case.' ''' The Tha-dba-da-lmi Tsau-dan-gyce, or Ji'-ad Hpoongyee at Mai;dalay (according.; to the ' Rangoon Times'), ...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

OUB .P^ftlS LETTER. AGRICULTURE, BuL(!Ium lins li'iw' ndojpted. lilin France . fiud, Italy, as suHicient' jqstifipalion to can cel $10 piirclmso of OLitiie*Ulifi cx.iRtencc of n disease, known qiiifoivUiu name of pas ping iilooil in the urine, ( hanaturiq ). The disease can bo oonoealed for' a few days, pending tliat the nninial is exposed for snlc in fair o-' markets, by ndministering astringents ; poor .peasants am mostly victims of the deoeit, for t,lio low yn-ice at* which tho beast js offet'ed, tempts tliern, and its povei-tyrstrioken appearance is ac counted for by the seller, as the conse quence oft insufficient food and a rigorous peusoii. Tiio;^iBlsnso may be due to ail al ^ teratliu in tlie.bloqd.-.'to a dccay of the -i tissues, i-upture1of.|he capillary ducts of , ' IBs the bluddiii,*otc, |ii addition to the pas ? j^^uge of blood, the animal presents, the ap , jieai'ttiice of a skeleton, and is very sensible when the' lumber regiartB nro touched, The malady is very common...

WHERE IS THY TREASURE? [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

WHElife IS THY TllEASUBE? I asked the' merchant,1 wealth.y, ' worn will) cave, Wliore is tliy treasure ? Toll me pray ? He pointed to his coffers. Tbev arc there. There 1 thoqgUti, ami ratlly turnoil away. T nskeel rtie juisov, sliivoring with chM, ; Where is. Uiy twusura ? Treasure ! did'st tliou's.ay? ' ITo poiwtpil to liis lioivle of flittering Piiod up in lieaps ; tlioiv? undisturhed it lay. 1 asked lhemotl)cr,yoiiiig. henutiful, fi'idfuir; She blushncl, mid looked with woinler nvl surprise. She took me to tlio cradle nni\ with tender care, } Rovealod her sleeping infant to my oyes, I asked (ho maiden in her bloom anil pride, W'hciG is thy treiisure ? Pointing ivitli her liiind. Acioss the rolling sna, she quietly replied, My treasure ? ho is iu iv foreign land. I asked a man, decrnpid, old anil grey, A peaceful smile .lit up liis agad eye, - My treasure, lie replied, is lhr away. Pointing lijs flugur upwui'd to -:he bIcv, ? s:\\.

MRS. ROUSBY AND THE STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

MBS. BOUSBY AND THE STAGE. Respecting Mrs. Bousby, whose death is announced, a correspondent of the Western Morning News write0 as follows : — ' Her married life began romantically but bright ly, She was a warm-hearted, pure minded, impulsive girl, tho olflest of a family of a family, of good sound position and Irish extraction. She conceived a passionate attachment for and admiration of Wybert Rousby before ever she had spoken to him. When his starring engagement at- Ply- mouth had terminated, and he went for the season, Jo Jersey Theatre, of which he was lessee, he was astonished one night to see this young lady and a friend in the boxes. He knew them well by sight, and it was natural that there should be an in terview. She confessed that she had been so fascinated that she had left lier home without the knowledge of her family, and had followed him there. ' This must not be,' was the immediate and honorable re sponse. ' You must return at once, and J will accompany you.' Ho did s...

WHAT WOLLONGONG SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

' WHAT WOI^LOJfGOJfG SAYS. Usdjer heading -jf''^ega Items ' the 1 . K JU^ea^ ifei-c«r ff thas refers to the in- 1 ^corporation meefcing lataly held here. At j-j0ngth a shaking among the dry bones at: -'4Jeg^i has commGncedj .aij.d a majority of fe^^g^hibitants^of rthat tpwn have resolved j ?r.f* -*;=to -.petition for incorporation. Better late ( ilian never., The so-called streets and] roads in Bega have-long been adisgrace to I the 'people there, but it is to be hoped the * JJegaites are How about to mend their -wnysj -as they Fhould have done jears ago, 'Tjipre a ppearSj^lio wev er, to be pome exceed ingly' J^,rge-hearted, and well informed pcgplejn Braa. At a public meetjug in fav6r{of incorporation, recently held in 2'^Mhat J^wn^n;idea^i|i.at ' to erect a muni ^^^p-.liVY^fentaiim'ftir *0 t-reate.a hive of conlV.:|.tt'd.' thus shewing ^ to au inevitable.'-' hive .cnnnwlion lrith overy .Council Luxij'y prevailed in the genfleman contenilfd th.it a '?:i not Jie worked for £100 sin ...

CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

CANDELO. fEaoai our Own Correspondent.] At last Mr. Kennedy has started his men to make tho approaches to the traffic bridge, and considering the length of time the bridge .has heen finished they have not begun a bit too soon. However there is one consolation that when that gentleman makes a beginning there is no time lost. He expects to have the work oompleted in about two -peeks time, when we anticipate to have a grand' gala' flay . at the onenius and we hone the affair will be quite a success. We are to have a site for a Sohool of Arts at last. Mr. Surveyor Blair has surveyed one for us, and as son as his report is sent in I have no doubt but trustees will be ap pointed at once and gazetted. The inde fatigable secretary does not seem tolet the affair go to sleep, although to all appearance the whole matter seems to have died out, as we have heard nothing about it since the original starting. And perhaps it is jusffes well as it is until the site is secured, as money seems to bo v...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

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