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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
FOR SALE.—A BARGAIN. TWO CONDITIONAL PURCHASES of 60. acros each, situated at Yowrie on the East and West banks of the river. 1'lie Building and improvements on one 50-aere Block, consist ol a Dwelling House with five rooms, a Kitchen with three rooms, and large Dairy, Store-room, and Shed; an Or. chard planted with a choice selection of fruit trees, enclosed with a substantial four-rail fence, and four-acre Cultivation Paddock, laid down willi wheat and fenced in like man ner* On tiie second block of 50 acres is erected a two rooriicfl cottage, and there is a cultivation l'addock ol" about 8 acres, enclosed with a substantial four-rail fence; the whole of the land is excellently aduptedfor carrying on an evtensive dairy, as the country is well grassed and the supply of water abundant. Together with the land will be sold about— 150 Head of mixed Cattle 40 IIoi'Bes 50 Figs, of which 30 are in good condition for market. The whole of this valuable property is now for abso lute sale by ...
The Bega Gazette "Quod Petis H[?] Est." SATURDAY JULY 22. Local News. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, JULY 18TH. Taylor v. M'Carthy. (Before their worships, G. P. Keon, Esq., P.M., E. Haslingden, R. Ritchie, J. Davis, and J. D'Arcy Esqrs., Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
* [«9« " Quod Pctie Ilic Est." SATURDAY* JULY 22. COUBT OF PETTY SESSIONS. Tuesday, Jdly 18th. (Before their worships, G. P. Kcon, Esq., F.M., E. Ifaslingden, R. Ritchie, J. Davis, and J. D'Arcy ISsqrs., Js.P.) Taylor v. M'Cartly. "William M'Cartliy appeared on summons, and pleaded guilty of assaulting plaintiff. Thomas Taylor sworn, stated: I am in tlic employ of Mr. Sliarpe, and run the mail to Kamaruka ; I was at Kamaruka, in Gates's house; defendant was there, we were standing by the fire; he asked if I remem bered getting some rations from liim for Tarlin^ton ; he wa« alluding to a case t. ied in the court at Bcga; I told him I d:d not; he then called mc a liar, and said " if I was a man 1 ought to have come in to court and say I get the things for Tarlington I said if he would go into court not swear a lie, that I would not. While I was 6iUiag by the Pre and noticing him, lie struck mo in the mouth and nose; I have witnesses who seen him strike me. William M'Carthy, in defence...
SMALL DEBTS COURT Breene v. Jamison, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
SMALL DI-BTS COUR \ Breeiie v. Jamison, For refusing to pay for a pair of boots. Settled out of court. Gleeson Thomas, For £9, promissory not}, overdue end unpaid. Ver dict for plaintiff. Page v. Bead? For £9 10s.. Promissory note, overdue and unpaid. Verdict forplaintiU'. Same v. Same, For £8. Promissory note overdue and unpaid. Ver dict for plaintiff. Same v. Same, For £1 7e. Order on agent; dishonored. Verdict for plaintiff. Love v. Farr, No appearance. Shackles r. Smith. For balance of promissory note, overdue and unpaid. Verdict for plaintiff*. Tenders For Stone.—The undermentioned tenders were accepted for stonening the following bridges :—Black Bridge at the flour mill, John Ferry, at 5s. lOd. per yard; the stone to be laid and broken. Bridge at Jellat Jellat, Mark Ferry, at 3s. per yard; the stone unbroken. Bridge at Mrs. Hibburd's, Henry Scbuback, Cs. per yard; hard stone and broken. Ec hoc bed Kkoagemknt at Sea.—It is rumoured hi town that on Saturday last two vessels, a s...
TARTHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
TAkTHRA. IMPORTS : Per Ellen : 10 bags flour, box raisins, 2 cliests tea, McNamara. 2 cases, bale, Witton. Parcel, Ritchie. 7 bags sugar, 3 boxes candles, bag hops, case, box soap, case hats, parcel. Thomson. 6 bales hay, Dawson. Household furniture, 2 casks sundries, 2 cases merchan dise, Hemes. Per Gipsy : 12 bags flour, Witton Quarter chest tea, bag sugar. 6 bags salt, Black. Bag sugar, case kerosene, Secombe. Can oil, bundle saws, cask, 3 grindstones, cask, keg shot, bundle buckets, Prescott. Case lamps, case kerosene, A. White. 3 hags flour, Davis. Bagflour, O'Brien. Bagflour, Paper parcel, lial;-chest tea, inat 6ugar, Bartley. Parcel, mat sugar, Shanagan. 40 bags rice, 10 boxes soap, 20 boxes candles, case sundries, cask oatmeal, mat dates, 2 cases pickles, box com flour, case mustard, case starch, box blue, quarter chest tea, case oysters, case salmon, packet hops, Witton. Case drapery, 17 mats sugar, 2 chests tea, cask currants, Prescott.' 2 cases whiskey, quarter cask wine,...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
j^ewrfMrtcttfe. (To the Edjtoh of the Beoa Gazette.) Sir. — I have perused your article on Mr. Egan's want orcourtsev. I also /ead Mr. Erin's excuse through Mr. Prescott—published by you—and lust week I road Mr. Ilaslingden'R letter, expiessing his opinion, "that Mr. Egan had no intention to slight the committee." Now-, Sir, I \vish to inform M'\ Egan, through your journal, mv impression of his treatment of the matter, and also the impression of the majority of the people : First, Mr. Egan di«l not treat the Petitioners even with common court sey, on the contrary, 'lie showed how litt'e he thought of this end of the electorate by informing the Moruya people the fate of the J5ej&lt;a petition, weeks lie fore the Petitioners knew anything about it. 2nd. Mr. Egan has failed to vindicate himself from the above charge, he sayis, "He had no intention to tre:.t the committee with disconrtsey." What is the value of his assertion, when he has done so by his acts? Mr. Hasl.ingden'a le...
Shipping Intelligence. MERIMBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
MERIMBUIA. arrivals: Jvly 15th,—Kiama steamer, Captain Housler, from Sydney. DEPARTCRES : July 18th,—Kiama steamer Captain Housler, for Syd ney. Imports : Stove, bundle pote, quarter tierce tobacco, parcel mat ting, bale, weighing machine, keg nails, bundle brooms, paper parcel, 3 cases, case confectionery, case biscuits, C. II. Wit-ton. Package, drum ink, ba'e, Taylor, Case A. M'Keachie. Quarter cask brandy, 2 cases brandy, Dad gery. Bale woolpacks, package twine, A. Bloomfield. Tin case, Boucher. Case sundries, nest tubs, spade, Adams. Cask trees, 30 sacks Adelaide flour, 40 sacks Chilian flour, cask currants, 41 mats sugar, case, 41 pine boards, 12 mats sugar, cask crystals, case, 4 boxes candles, bag pepper, cask currants, bale bags, lx>x confectionery, Page. Roll wire matting, lax, Captain Campbell. Case, package, 3 doors, 8 pair sashes, 4 boards, tin nails, Sharpe. Quarter cask rum, keg whiskey, case old torn, quarter tierce tobacco, Ren wood. Case clothes, 3 dozen shovels,...
[?]olonial [?]xtracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
ig||xlwfe. Si. Mary's Catheuiial.—The movement for the re erection of St. Mary's Boimn Catholic Cathedral continues to make great progress, boili in tlie ciiy .mil in tbe coun try. At a large meeting he'd at St. Ma'-y's Seminary, last Wednesday evening, at which the Most Rev Dr. Plow ing presided, the stun of £1052 17s Cd was subscribed. An anwtuer peifomiance in aid of the St. Mary's fund took place at tbe Prince ofWa'esTheatic on Tuesday ?ast, when several of tbe ofi?cers and men of H.M.S. Esk ex eoted their dramatic talents in aid of tbe bui'diug fund. St. Andrews Cathedral.—Larje cor^nbutions are being made towards tbe completion oi St. Andrews Cathe dral. the Anjelicans having evidently resolved inat the unfinished stale of that fine building shall no longer be a subject of reproach to that body. Flour.—The maiket is decidedly firmer, ov.jng to the improvement that Las taken place in piiccs in Mellwume and Adelaide. First brands of Adelaide a&lt;e quoted at £21 10s. to ...
ARRIVAL OF THE CITY OF ADELAIDE AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL, PER JEDDO. GENERAL SUMMARY. London, May 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
arrival or THE CITY OF ADELAIDE AT ADELAIDE, WITH THE ENGLISH MAIL, Pkr jkddo. 3ENLRA.L SUMMARY. London, May 25. The Australian March Mails were delivered in Loudon on the 14111 and 20tli May. Her Majesty held a fifth court at Buckingham Palace on loth May. Parliament was to be dissolved on 10th July, when a general election takes place. Lowe's Anti-Reform Speech against encouraging demo, cracy has caused great sensation- Sir George Grey replied that Government would be guided by public opinion. The financial statement of the Chancellor of the Exche quer showed a surplus of revenue over expenditure £4,000,000 sterling. On receipt of the news of Lincoln's assassination, a uni versal feeling of indignation was expressed by all classes. Lord Palmurston, upon resuming duty after a short ill ness, was received into the House with loud and enthusi astic cheers. Sir Charles Wood, it is reported, is to be raised to the peerage by the title of Earl of Halifax. The proposed pension for lire. ...
EDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
EDEN. arrivals : July 14.—You Yangs, steamer from Melbourne, Captain Hassellton. Passengers,—Mrs. Stiles, Mr. Kelly, and Mr. Johnstone, departures: You Yangs for Sydney. imports : Buggy, horse, Brooks. Buggy, case harness, Douglap, Buggy, Stiles.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
AMERICA. The new President, Johnstone, is inclined to severity, and will treat treason as tlic greatett of all crimes. A large number of the alleged accomplices of Booth are in custody. Johnstone offered a reward of 100,000 dollars for the capture of Davis, and other (smaller amounts for the prin piU leaders, believingin their complicity in President Lin coln's murder. The tr'-als are proceeding with closed doors. Seward's attempted murderer has been apprehended and identified. The Confederate cause has been abandoned. . General Johnstone surrendered soon after Lee. Sherman offered terms so liberal that they were repu diated by the President. General Johnstone accepted the same conditions as Lee. All the other Generals followed the same example. The President considers the war over. The President is disbanding his soldiers, is withdrawing orders for pew ships, apd ^reducing his expenses one million dollars per day... An attempt boa been imule'to make war with the French in Mexico by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and runners throughout the whole of the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words and under 2s: Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, end paid for in advance. Orders for withdrawal must be tent to the O&oe before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or der* foMoaertitig Advertisements must be sent in not later than noon on Friday: O.U Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in Btamps; 30 penny stamps secures the Paper for three months Single copies Three-pence. 'AGENTS: J.Goddard Merimbula Fred' Berne ... I'anbula Mrs. Kenyon &lt;"andaln D. Bell ... NimelybeUe G. Hardy Nei'igunhah. Greville and Bird ... Sydney, THE KEG A GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE In order to meet the growing requirements of t...
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. Tlios. Fitzpatriek, 2r 6d; Mr. C. Brown, 2s. 6&lt;1; Mr. A. Nicklcs, 2s Od; Mr. Michael Curran, 5s; M«*. Morrow, 2s 6d; G. P. Keon, Esq., 2s 6d J Mr. H. Sehu li.%ck, sen., 2s 6d; Mr. W. AfcCartliy, 2«6d; R. Ritchie, Esq , 2s 6d; fi. flaslinsrdcn, Esq., 2s 6d; Mr. E. Gates, 2s6d : Mr. Mitchell, 2s 6d; G. Phiiben, Esq., 5s; C. W. Bell. Esq., 2s 6d ; Mr. S. Bate, 2a6d ; Mr. George Claike 2s 6d.
GARDNERS CALENDA[?] FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 22 July 1865
GARDNERS CALFNDARZFDR JULY. Seakale and a few plants rhubarb may be covered with pots or casks for blanching, which is effected by heaping up around the pots, fermenting stable manure- Use discre tion in sowing corrots, parsnips,-salad, &c., just as the month is favorable or not. Of pear, broad beans, kale, spinach, cabbage, and cauliflower, sow a medium crop. This is the month for prunning most fmit treecs. Water should not be permitted to rest' about bulbs. During wet weather it is labor lost to attempt the digging of clayey Boils. Tie up crysantlieniurus that aro of straggling growth.
COMMERCIAL. JOHN CAMPBELL, AND CO.'S PRODUCE CIR[?]ULAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
C.OMMEBOI AL. JOHN CAMl'BKl.L, and t'O.S PRODUCE CIIUULAR. Maize has bean rather scarce, and demand during this week, and to day it has advanced to 3s 2d. Wheat, Adelaide, iis vety scarce. We were offered 10b per bushel for some yesterday. Bacon Barley, English Barley, Capo... Bran Buitcr, per lb., best Calves, each... liecso Ifiur, finest Town ur, finest Adelaido ,y, lucerno idos, heavy xilnizo Onions ... - Potatoes Ties, alive, per lb; Wflioat, Adelaide £ 8 d £ B d 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 15 0 1 10 0 0 0 4 0 0 6 21 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 0 23 0 0 4 0 0 410 0 0. 8 0 0 12 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1G 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 8.0 0 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 10 0 0 0 0
EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
EDEN, ARRIVALS : July 21,—You Yangs steamer from Sydney, Captain Hasseliton. Passengers,—Mrs. and Miss Kcon. July 25,—Gipsy schooner from Sydney, Captain Wright Passengers,—John Brov.ii. DEPARTURES July 21,—You Yangs steamer jfor Melbourne. Pas Bengers,—3 in the steerage. imports : Per Gipsy, June 25,—Cask Milestone, caEk washing crystals, 6 chests tea, 2 quarter casks wine, 11 cases dra pery, 13 stone window sills, Barclay and Teas. 2 sheets iron, i bags maize, 3 parcels sundries, tierce tobacco, 65 pine boards, Morley. Case ironmongery, Coffee. 2 bags Hour, Davidson. 2 bales hay, Plum. Ton rock salt, tar paulin, 3 mats sugar, half chest tea, can tai, package shears, 2 bags salt, Mrs. Silk. Case, Capt. Stevenson. Pacel, Mrs. Smith.