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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] WRECK OF THE MONARO. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not Identify cnrselvqs with the opinions *, expressed by, correspondents.] WRECK OfISe MON^G^ ? ' %&?: To:tlte Editor of the Bega Siandardt , Sm,— Having read in your paper that' I On. being blamed for not looking after.iho in terests' of consignees of cargo on board of the wrecked ateflhier Monaro, rod that she had been plundered while the crew was there, I fbeg to state that^t was utterly impossible to save cargo or to plunder it, as the sea! was breaking over what remained of ike *ship all the time, {six davs) T remained,^ at' Bineie. which statement, I have Vno dou^l, Senior Constable Smith wiU;beai'3nne out in, as he. wa.6 there with another constable Swatcliing several days and nights, and in their absence on other business the first and second mates kept sea watche^, with half the crew -alter- nately day and night, to prevent others from plundering, who 'evidenW came with that intent, as some of ihem. brought tools with them- . --'j;;.,...

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

GENllRi'&NEWS.- Coal1 has beeu discovered near Coflac in the' western district of 'Victoria. A line of rail-' way 1'iiiis from Geelong bo Colac. The first sale of coal from the new raises took place' last Fri. lay. Mr. Joubert states' that Ire could have1 bought iu Paris an iron building to- cover seven acres for £28,000. It is a pHy the sxhibition commissioners did not instruct hnn1 tdfiiiike such a purchase ' 'i liu return of Mr: Blackct for Fitzroy, a itrnimhold of Berryisin in former times, is i es lilieil ns the .first tiail in the coffin of the Berry party. * In Sir M. Hicks-Beach's dispatch care is taken to describe Mr. Berry's mission to the old country as the work of ' delegates ' or commissioners' and any . reference to the high flown title of ambassadors is avoided. A constable taking a prisoner named. Montgomery to gaol at Coonamble ou a charge ot horse stealiug, shot his man dead. The prisoner tried to cseape and when called ? J 2 i ? 1 . . i . ou BUOiUU. lOLuac...

A HOSPITAL FOR BEGA. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

A HOSPITAL FOB BEGA (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Dear Sir. — Will you allow me space in your paper for the, following remarks. Although the want of a hospital in Bega is acknowledged by all that give the least thought on the matter, it seems to be that what is everybody's business is nobody's business, at least in'thiB matter. That the thing only wants a start to carry it to a successful termination I am convinced; and I think that if the /Common's Trustees, when they found, themselves overburthened with cosh, had mooted tne idea ot applying the surplus towards founding a hospital I . believe tnat those who pay the tax for depas- I turing would not only have hailed it with gladness, but would willingly have supple- 1 rneated it. Our amateurs would also, I feel assured, aid in the good cause, and with subscriptions that could be raised throughout this large and wealthy district, augmented by Government aid, the Bega hospital would soon be a fact ; and that it has not been so...

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

piano/ THE UNDElBlGIfeD is prepared to Re ceive Pupilslfqwtiie above, in CANDELO nt Mrs. Studder'6 Cottage. I H. TAYLOR. N .B. — Pianos Tuned and Repaired in a Work manlike Manner. Properties for Sale. YACLAMAII STATION, of 20,000 acres, 250 Head of Cattle. 160 Freoliold Laud, and 935 C.P. most of whicli is fenced. Station of 8000 acres, 2000 sheep, 60 head of cattle, in the Monaro District. Farm of 1700 acres. One of the choicest pro perties irvthe 13/Sga -*istrict, with all necessary improvenip»t£ tor dairying or fattening. Dairy Flrmtif 370 acres, with cattle (40 head) dairy aud urmtimplcineutB, &c. Dairy Fura of 1000 acres, with all necessary buiidings for two dairies. Farm of C30 acres (freehold). A splendid property. C40 Acres (C.P.) EJeu District, fenced and otherwise improved. 658 Acres C.P. subdivided into three farms, any one of which can be sold separately. 1G0 acres, with cottage, fenced, &c., near ficua. * 40 acres, three miles from Bega. Also several To...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, July 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. fFBOM our Telegbaphio Cobbehpondbn ts .] SYDNEY, July 3. The Assembly was engaged the whole of last night in discussing the vote for, .£76,000 for the additional exhibition building esti mate; it was ultimately passed by -a large majority. ' ., The Upper House went into committee oh the Land Bill, passing clause 1 unaltered. On clause 2 being proposed Mr. Barley moved an amendment depriving the clause oi its retrospective eneci, wmcn was agreed to by a majority of eight. Sir John Robert son considered this amendment fatal to the Bill and declined to proceed further with the measure untilhe had consulted hi! colleagues. A . Cabinet meeting held to-day to ^consider the fate of theBill, and it will probably be be^andohfed.';'* The California mail steamer City of New York arrived at Auckland yesterday, being contract date. . The Victorian Government granted free passes to a number of the unemployed to this colony. The total cost of the Melbourne Exhibition will be £216,70...

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

Jrom-locj&ills tojliftvexatioii, There's nothiHg'like [ncorparafion. . Work, friendsnf prof ress,' work with a will, Be'solve to be Munici lalj The future Council! u&wuindji'ou,'1 To. walk with ease I ieren/^TOu v/ais joa ;i Respite 'twisters' e ery jirht, 1 ' m Spun in the shop of ' 'om JgTOEite. - -y| Vote for good men, o wy^fcitoram ft- sm Oar. first Lord Mayo: ; b^d/Pejter Manning, -j|p Though now opposed heUJfbda.pillnr -Jpp' ?-9f strength and wise mi ; iliklwise j MlafjP? ; Andfdo n ' t ittget th is jbyiius rule, Jp.L Vour laTdalfbest sib keel/ by 0'TOOIE, JgK* For PEOPLE'S Proi nee/ Plumti uir WmlS. jJfAnd Bay his Poultry, Hay, Oher^' OaaM:v Butter and Bacon, Efege and -Seals isa A full Supply for alj^your need;, JgpV The Sowing * ' QH sale at. the Rye Grass, JR'1 ' ; Prairie!Grass. ieg''! ????!' COOKS* -? ?, x t All Kinds of EITCHP'CA^|iN fiE'EDS.' Cheese Coloring Jpj'Rennet. 'TJ AVING been Mr.' ' Harding I I Agent in the^^Wfict, fpr Haven's & Danish ...

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION ffELEGRAM. - PfcK Gbevxlle's Telegeam Co. Exhibits are arriving in large uumbers and' are being stored in the finished' portions of the building and at'JMort's stores.- The south eastern portion of the basement is to be con veited into a temporary bonded warehouse for storing dutiable exhibits- The building ?? !b progressing satisfactorily ; most of the ribs- ? of the great dome are in position f the staff of workmen is beine' considerably reduntM . From computations made the ffoor space in the mam building required by the London1 'commission for Great Britain aud Ireland is 160,000 feet, and for Europe 100,000 feet, being a demand of 80,000 feet more than allotted to tliem for distribution. It will therefore be necessary to erect supplementary buildings to cover ibout two acres for the display of exhibits for which there will be no room in the main building. For the exhibits of machinery 96,000,sqnare feet are available but demands are as follows .?- Great ...

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

Magnus J, Iedm SEMI- ANNUAL Clearance Sale. IN ORDEE TO REDUCE HIS BXT.BNS1VB STICK The Undersigned has resolved to offer : UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE INDUCEMENTS TO PDECHASERS BY SELLING KIRST-OLASS GOODS Below Sydney Cost. BAR^lfJ S IN . - V HOUSEHOLD DllXPERY Hobuockses' A CALICO, .86 inches wide, 3s 9d per Dozen. Stoht Grbt Calico, 3d per yard White Cbotdos Sheeting, SO-inobes wide, ' Is ljd per yd. Usually Bold at 1b 8d mf\ Cotton Tick, BJ per yard. Worth 9d Union Tick, 9Jd per yard. Worth Is 2d. 8- Wklsh Flannel, heavy make, only lljd per ?? yard W Soablet Flakn el, 70 per yard J4 Wool/ Plaid. Single Width, reduced from OS - lslOdto 1b id peryarg rj . 'Wool. ' PLaid, Double Width, reduced from C3 2s 3d to Is CJd per yard. KIS ^ W ;f_ ? ? ® Dressilaterials, A Ma^ftceat Assortment All |g-Morked at; Vary I/ow PHcesf¥' jjj Laci^s'^ri^l imed Hats, tI At a Eedittiod of «0 Per flout., to clear, *i ? ? j- ? ' § ' ' u rKVil ls' i 02 TWEED I 'E%TERS ? ^i;v'.W W Only 6$ lldJUeh. wo ox csoaso ve...

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

gBlf lUawarra: W Bi-^oeMySb^^Eeeoe^ey, W jHerimbuJi Eden. J r. .rrp n TT 1CT& a«riSwi lir Steamers leave I 1 «ii.l EDEN; ftf Jfifw^ s '? fljg., rtfwifcm JgBpi* ? *#ii , t . . .' p,.tc FJ^&ir. II. K ICON ; atitl at at Talhra, gqj|Bej& Directory. fit HASLIiTGDEN. ^ U C T JLO( N E E R, JSa^jZ; a-nd\yvveraZ Jlgent. - ? \ Office : CHURCH STREET. Sa^.Tards : CHURCH STREET, '?1 : ''(Late l1'. Bo ?- and Co.'s.) ? ?' burns & C0-, ' -rrrHOLESALE and RETAIL TIMBER . ? ' MERCHANTS. „?? ; ? :;iWENiw6aTU Wha'kp. Foot Dapifcr; Stbeet, -'*'.- . ; SYDNEY. ;. 'Vv ... ?f Are Cash Purchasers ofgpojpninl Hardwood, and arcTPrgpared to/.Recc^? Timberi- --u -':I' : Wharf, if cousi^ucd to up. Gnhrantce Full Maiket trice, for same^t'1 any titiie. All Communications addressed to.us will re ceive prompt attention. WOOL- y WOOL. VDVANCKS, small/or large, against the ? coining clip (1M7). Easiest terms' Y/t , joviN builkxE. .Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. C. ANDERSOKifc SOU S, ^...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 1st JULY. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Broad, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

iVj POLICE COURT. .. Tuesday, 1st July. | ? ?' . ;??? '(Before the P.M. and Mr. Broad#-P.)** B. liwiNO was charged witn anowmg -gaming?' to be carried on in his lioensed houtie Sm? Sunday 25th May. From the evidence .it appeared that certain parties were g&nbling on the Saturday night, but there was no eyir,| dcuco that'-flefendant knew it was: continued after, midnight, and the ofise was- conse^ quently dismissed jho i uf ormati on, n aming the 25th positively. The same3defendant was charged with seUins drinks wifnin prohibited hours on Sunday, 25tli May.- _ The -evidence waR very clear, and the Bench^nflicted a£he of 20s with costs of oourt. Mr. Rawlinson appeared for defendant in both cases.^, The 'charge .against Jane McLealr was postponed iu Mr. O'Connor^ absence; 4 Gee v. Gannon.— Mr. Eaiwlinson forplain tiff; Mr. ManJjy for defendant. This was an action recover damages ,. levied on. certain pigs impounded. The «vilehce as to the land being enclosed was very conflict i...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 July 1879

The late Mr. Welleji in making a com parison as to the relative chances of per sonal injury by coach and railway acci dents logically remarked that if a coach upsets, ' why there you are but in a railway collision, ' where are you 1' Notwithstanding Mr, Waller's objections to the iron horse, steam has pushed the coach further afield, but there still remains a comparison to bo drawn between the liability to personal iujury and death to those who travel by railroads and steam chips. In the case of the former, some blunder of a pointsman, or a hurried in correct order of a station master, causes a crash ; n life or two may be sacrificed ; a few limbs broken ; but the uninjured ones can step off on to dry land. Terrible as some ot these accidents have been, tueir terror pales before the fearful results of many of the wrecks we can remember as recorded in the Press. With the dark ness of the night the danger is greatest. A. sudden crash awakens the. sleepers ; a frantic rush on deck, onl...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. AnarvALS. Sydney via Goulburn, Braid- j Daily, (Tues wood. Moruya, Eurobodalla, J- days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo., . ) at 5 p.m. Enmeruka. Candelo. Mogrlla ; j MoniJ.Tg Colombo aud Monaro, via I ,n „ L' Tantawanglo. J ''1U a ' Kanieruka,. Candelo, and Col- 1 Thursdays, ombn, I 7.:'0 p.m. Eden, iPanbula, Tofrhmba, ('Tuesday * aijd Mcrlmbulp; anil Woluttla'; ) Friday, 4 p-m' Woriaro, via Wyndham and ( Tuesday, at ) h-''- Monnm. via Colombo, nnd | Sunday, at 6.30 Numbugpn, , .. f ...p.m. . Tanja (Nelsons'), .* I Tuesday,* 10130 ! : : 7-' 7' ,'i Tlic^Mait by Steamer reaches Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursdoy. f' DBPA^TyBBS.- » ( . ? ? / ' j Sydney via Broftd,, ^Jflbargo, 1 Baily, (Thur« liiir0l)odalla, Moruya, Hraid- *- Haystxcepted^ wood, and Goulburn, ) at 1 1 .30 a.m. Kameruktt^'Oahdelo, and Mo- j' Mondays. 9.30 I gilla ; and Monara via Tan- - a.m. . , , j , tawanglo, ) Kamcuka and Oanddo ; vpfidj) Thorsijay, / at ' Monhro via...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

'' iIiEOaL; ' : . , i ; MB, CHASX^f^^OimOiB ? -s' STrarWroxy '''7 r Next Eixon and ilA,cpEon's ArcTioNEgBS To Cheese Factory Proprietors Dairymen, and Coheirs H' HAEDIN i. late Manaper of the Bo , ? dalla C£e- se Factory, New South Wales, and formerly if Jlickieovter '. Cheese ^-factory Derby, Englrirfm. tas received direct fr^m the manufacturers! \w consignment of PATENT EENNETSmH C JjEBSJE COLOUR, . ?/' iii' Having an^auj ,vards -t( J)60 to^s of cheese for the late TPL lort, Esq.. 'at Bodalla with it, lie can conweuly recommend it as the -best ever offered, bciqt pure, jmd -will keep any length of time. . ,Ip, bottles of one aad two quarts , each. Ilelirened free on board steamer. One' ounce, raided with half a pint of warm, water, is . snEBcient for.^2o' Jallont -of [milk, -conjplitin^ i coagulation m an bour. Cheese Colour same price, one ounco par 100 -gpllins will impart 'a -rich straw colour so d£i- siroble in a W£)l made cheese ? ? L. J. O'TOOLE, Agent, Bega, HENitjr-ffAHDiN...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

' GENERAL NEWS. - The EeUy ^ang threateri aln'other raid. ^n . .Terilderee and have Mad Wright and a coudn .of the Kelly'fl there watching the movements:, of the poUce;;'Tt'i8 igot '. vmikely that! ihe ,' ' alarm at Jerilderoe is afcint to(draw attention irom tne real pomt ot attaoK. _ The Jerildefee ™liBehave bepji.,re-infM;ced by, jndj&icqpi-. TJr^na and/ TooumwalL The police and special constables . are quite ready for the danateMdnidt '&?'/*»*?. r. ?):: ; j.f. , -,j ThejAottgh thait M^ Edward Henty 'first Jjroke Victorian eoil with, iii ;i88ithaa^:l)eefi M&t from Porilaiid jHM^ourne^Sc ^ . Trickett h^ gone into-teainihgforithW»ri.' test with Laycock. Both rijen are confidant 'of success. M ?'-£';'* 'S '~7 Y% An hotel was derfroyeli by 'fire at Warrnam bool and a man who was lying drunk in tbe house Wa^hnmed td'^deMu'^1'1- '? TThe 'Victorian Bevenne die wb a serious deficiency, and e8flb'fBd0,-)00 '-Mill taVfe -;to be levied by fresh taxation. The ministry...

TO A MEMBER OF COMMITTEE BEGA JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

TO j&L HEMBEB OP COMMITTEE ' BEGA JOCKEY CLUB. (Per favor of the Bega- Standard .) ? Era,— In answer .«- yours ot the 6 th June, ? T beg to state that I was from home when it appeared,-;'and ihr^gbXpress of business amce my 'return I -quite overlooked it. Ifyou requires hat of all amounts paid you nad wvwr a^ipty iiiie d^roaauierior rns uamuce sheet, as all the^amountB didnot pass through my hands'.' ' My accounts ,wer,e audited on ihe 10th oflferihbyJS. J. Coman, S. Brown, H. Brown, Connelly, ^fhebalance. then in my hands was j£11 14s., jvliich amount was handedojer ;to; )^e Treasurer on. the 8-h,; of April, he being absent when.iuo audit was made.—' YoUrsJitos'.,1 c . ; .. G; HASLIKGDEN: ?

[?]G ACT AMENDMENT ACT OF 1879. [?] TO 28TH MAY, 1879.] Preamble. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

(l ? ? ? - -G ACT AMENDMENT MAm'ACr QF 1879v ^ -tgd To 28th may, 1879.] ' Preamble. Ceneas'it is desirable to amend the 'pounding Act of 1865'. Br it tliere niinctflu iyy the Queen's Most Excel nt Majesty by Sind \ntli tlie advice and consent of tlie'. Legislative Council nnd Legislative Assembly of . New South Wules in Parliament assembled and by t-lie authority of the same as follows : — Title anil Definitions. 1. Tliis Act may be cited as the ' Im pounding Act Amendment Act of 1879 ' tiic term ' Principal Act ' shall mean tlie ' Impounding Act, of J-8G5' and the word ' damages' whensoever used or nppearing in tliis Aot shall unless the con text otherwise indicate be taken to signify or include rates for driving tolls ferry dues or other cliargcs authorized by the Princi pal Act. Owner of impounded animal may complain against damafcesor impounding. 2. Incase -;Ue owtieif ? of any animal im pounded shall dispute .the damages claimed or the impounding OB Vot being-in accord ance wit...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

THE undersigned is a/CASEt^urchases of EGGS in ;iny quaiitj^^iring them in aud take home their vadae, have more than you're iucltned.to cppsume. ? ,. , v July llth, '79. ? -L; iT. O'TOOLE. The.Sowin^SeaBon.' QN BALE AT THE I^DOTTp^STORES. ''Bye Grass,' ;- ' 'Vv K / ? ?'Prairie Otnsg,L l/C / ? ? i- oopEsrobr \ . : .Oats', and: ' IU Kinds of KITCHEN GAjRPJEN SfiEDS. ' ? Cheese Coloring and Sennet / HAVING. l)eep-pp--inted .by. Ayent 'iii' thd riega Bistrictvjfef^ iSahsen's' IJauishOufe^'e'ColbriD^an.'l Ejptret, a cbnst&nt supply will alvfoys he vEouuMabj^ife' produce Stores. Both tiquidafStc' dknwng in much favor since- their mttoantCtpSf and Messrs. A. Kennedy and J/ Jaunce^Ttne fTeU-knovm prize 'chdise jnakers.of the dist^t,'so strotiglj approve c£ it that they .no\7, use, nothing else. , , , xsive It! A . tkIa'l. ' L. J^; O'yoole, 1 roflnce Stores. ;. Jou Need Not Be Witiiout It Tj^pfe-on BEGEIPT of 6a ip/BTAMES, I JD.^^m preparedjtoJPogT ,W\axit- part, of District or Colon...

GOOD TEMPLARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

GOOD TEMPLARY. The visit of the chief of the Order in this colony to the Bega district has been a sort of 'red letter' epoch in the histoiy /of Good Templary in this district. ' The main object in the visit of Mr. Wright, G.W.C.T., was the formal opening of the new Hall re- . contly erected at Cobirgo by the members of the Joy of Cobargo Lodge, Mr. Wright ac companied by Mr. Bowmaker, superinton ilnnf Tumnilo lnJue 1,„ il,„ Hunter atTathra on Friday evening, the'4th instant, and they . were met by a number of the leading Templars and escorted to Bega. On the following morning an early start was made for Cobargo, and at about half-past two Cobaxgo was reached, where the Bega cavalcade was met by the Cobargo Lodge members and escorted to the Hall. The. ceremony of .declaring the hall, duly opened., was gone fhrbugh, and a lodge to confer de 'grees having been held preparations were, made for the tea-meeting; ana from five un til past Bix a aontinuous stream of gaeste were accommodated...

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

INTERNATIONAL ' EXHIBITION ' TELEGRAM. ' Pee Gbevtlle's Trleobaii Co. The last rib of the central dome was placed' in position on Thursday 8rd inst. in the pre- ? sence of the Lieutenant Governor, -the Pre mier, and other distinguished persons. The space in the interior of .the. building avail- ° able for Europe is 48,750 square fept, but ap plications amount .to one' hundred thppBand feet. A 'register will be kAit at tho offlcn nf' ?'' the Commission of all the hotels, lodging, and boarding houses, for the benefit of country visitors. Applications for employment on the exhibition are out of aU proportion to re quirements. ' ? A ' deputation' 'from : ? : ; r waited on the Commission with ref^ence to the northern couit. The Queensland ar rangements satisfactorily coinpleted by the Executive Commissioner.

THE LATE MR. RICHARD KENNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

THE 'LATE MR. RICHARD KENNA. At the Roman Catholic Cathedral, Bathurst, on Sunday, 6th July, Dr. Byrne delivered an address detailing the circumstances re garding the antagonism which had arisen between the late Richard Kenna and the Roman Catholic Church. He said he gave the true tacts to contradict the rumours and published reports, -which were usurious to the memory of the dead and libels on. the . living. He described the matter as a scandal ' which had given great joy to the enemies of the Roman Catholic Church, and brought sorrow to the- Catholics themselves. The report that the Bishop wanted money from the deceased, and wished to obtain sole con trol over his younger son and his education, was utterly untrue. The Bishop asked Mr. , Kenna, when dying, to withdraw liis son' from the Protestant school, and, as he refused, the Bishop, in accordance with the law of ,the Church, refused to allow the sacrament to be administered. The children's morals ' end religion suffered by the ...

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