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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, July 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

j M - OUR TELEGRA.MS. ['Frou oub Telegkaphig Correspondents.] SYDNEY, July 3. tiie'teteopolit^^an^the^^bition^B^ A ' paBsefl. third Teading. 'Influx of Criminals Bill read a secoad tiine, by n, jnajbjity^ * - The Premier gave notice that on Wednesday next he will move a series of resolutions that t the House deeply regrete that their labours are largely filtrated, in ..the Drosent^and former sessions of Parliament by irrespon sible hostility in the Legislative Council, and - that many important measures calculated' to hfitlfifit f.Vlfi rtfinrvlfl lin-trino ? ? j 1 ? ? ? — ? ? r — r — — wdou unsoeu uy large majorities by the Assembly and simi larly lost by the action of the Council, ex .perience proves that the principle of a nomi- - nee Council ^has.. failed, inasmuch as it ? clothes pers'ohB witli the highest powers and - - : priveleges for the term of -their natjiral lives with no responsibiUty to the people, and that a Bill to . make the .Legislative Couneil res ponsible t)uglit ...

DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

DEATH OF THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. By the Lnsitania brings Cape papers giving, at best but meagre details of the untimely death of the Prince Imperial. The accounts moreover are most conflicting, .but the pre sumption is that the rest of the party shewed great cowardice, . and the officer who comT manded the nartv. Cant. Carev nf Mia 7ft rti. is to be tried Dy Court Martial for his share of the blunder. .It. Beems that the Prinee with Capt. .Corey, eix of Biddington's horse, and one Kaffir! were out reconnoitering on ground that the troops had been over the day before and the presence of the enemy was not expected. They camped in a 'meal- JieV field, and the Kaffir, going for water, re ported the Zulus at hand.' Before the party had time to secure their horseB and remount a volley was fired and one pf the troopers was billed. - The Prince either lost his horse or 'was not able to mount, and the rest of the party galloped off,' leaving the Prince to es cape on foot, but before he had gone...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] BEGA COMMONS. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

OKIGINAL; CORRESPOTSDENpE. [We do cot identify ourselves with the opinions . : -Sg-iwfeed by cortespondients.] ' . BEGA : COMMONS. ; , To theEditar'cf the Beyti Standard/ '' 1 Sib,— Isee by your issue bf the 28th 'Jurie last, that the Trustees of the'Be^'Cotamons 1 ' announce -that a Teduction' of 2£ tier. : head' for horses,; and 'lb fld for cattle nas been' made for the ensulne six inontliB.' Now, Mrv'Edit!or,;I wislitiiougli .the medium of your valuable paper, to deny - their right to make ^e'abpve rfsducfjoin, also .to .save Aem from pecuniary loss'as well as loss iof. dignity. By the;7$i Sep. of 86.- Vic.,. No. .23, Opower . is (ritrAtt miafaAo'lii rnolfi rtllac an A mmilA. ' tions for 'the management .of cotnmops, and that ' A copjr tif such rules and regulations ' shaU^'withiu fourteen iromjiyffie making ?' thereof BeTitaasmitted to t£e00ice. p£ tiie ' nearest Court of Petty^ Sessions andfalso ' to the Colonial Secretary, audiiie Governor u with the [advice pf .thei. Executor...

OUR GOVERNOR, OUR CLERGY, AND OUR SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

OUR GOVERNOR, OUR CLERGY, AND OUR SCHOOLS. . (By our Panbula Correspondent .) An ancient philosopher has said ' Speech is silvern, but silence is gold.' Had our Acting Governor properly digested this .motto- lie would certainly have saved muoh severe but .deserved criticism. There are oeitain. para- graphs in his' .now famed speech 'to the Pn wnn off o dAnni-Afinn tliftf. urmiM Iiava cheered the hearts of some of our Hanover rian Georges, but which sound strangely' in the ears of a free community, coming from their Governor. These things are certain, that for an astute lawyer he is an illogical rea soner; his inclination to shoot the culprit savours of Judge Lynch ; and the bias of his mind that of a despot, The reason why is found in the following declaration. ' If all the world said the criminals should not be executed, and he thought ihey should, he would do it.' A 6aying worthy of the Sultan of Turkey, the Czar of Russia, or tbe great Cham of Tartary who has it proclaimed eveiy ...

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

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHTBI The following letter has beeh we'eived 1 the Secretary of the local committee : ? f ' Macquarie-Btreet, Sydney, . S ? '? '' ^'i2nd'Jnlv,aiB79. . v ': Sir,— I have , they honor . to . acknowledge i , the recd^t' of your letter 'of 'tiie'20tii ultimo, ' ' and lam instructed by thfe Commission to. thank you for the interes.tiiig. . information afforded 'therein with regaira fo the -products. , . of your district, and also for your expressed ' intention of mMotig lai%e ?e^ibits3n i'the different classes .under which these products. %91'^pesr.* -; » ?' ?». -i ii \i t. ' I am further .directed, to inform you that. everything possible will be done to meet the views.'ofyour local, (oommittee. .. i. As a matter of 'course, : where,' as- ,4s the, case with the exhibits you propose to'' send, they are kindred in character, you will be able to group them together as the produc tions of theBegatdistrict., ' Your extracts from - me lobal press 'have ?been read with intere...

NUMBUGGA. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

NUMBUGGi. t [From oca Correspondent.]. Frosty, dry, aud very wiudy weatlji-r is the order during tho liwt few we»ks, alid 'bb our occupation out here is dairying on the twice a-day principle, the weather has a dauiaging effect ou the qunntityof milk which is usually obtained fiom the cows, indited, . I: am in formed by some of the dairy farmers that the cattle are fast failing, aud, if this .windy weather continues much longer, they will not be worth milking soon. Notwithstanding tliis 'moat of the naddackfi are ahundMit.lv stockc* with grass, which is very dry. The dairy farmers, too, have taken to killing the calves ad libitum , and at every station can be seen calf skins, thrown across the fenciug, which apparently look useless. . The Council ot Education have -opened' a - Provisional School here, in one of tbe most despicable ho\els imaginable,' consisting of bark sides, -bark roof, bark door, mud floor,' and to relievo the monotony, one glass win dow, and the other apiece of ba...

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

I a- ?a m Q- O -D i«4 0 1 -3- ?§ 1 H PL| d- P. & S- Pi ?S it) n m cl £ *'''' ' ; ? ' v.- Magnus J. Pedefs SEMI-ANNUAL Clearance Sale. IN ORDER TO REDUCE HIS EXTENSIVE STOCK The Undersigned has resolved to offer UNUSUALLY FAVORABLE INDUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS BY BELLING FIRST-GLASS GOODS Below Sydney Cost. BARGAIN S ? ? IN & HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY Hokrockbks' A Calico, 36 inches wide, 3s 9d per Duces. grove Gbkt Calico, 8d per yard White Cbotdox Sheeting, 80-inohe« wide, 1* l)d per yd. Usually sold at le 84 Cottoh Tick, S| per yard. Worth 9d Ckiom Tick, 9(d pet yard. Worth 1b 2d. Welsh Flannel, heavy make, only 11 Id per yard Scarlet FLANSEL,;ty4perjara ? ? , ? Wool Plaid, Single Width, reduced from la lOd to Is 4d peryord Wool Plaid, , Double Width, reduced from 2» 6dto Is tyd per yard. Dress Materials, A Magnificent Assortment. all Be- Marked at' Very Low Prices, Ladies* Trtom^ Hats, T^EMJJBTERS fsT -™y & lid Eich. WOOL 0;B 0 S S 0 VE E S, SHAWLS, SCARFS, ?mr AT EX...

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

Steam ' Navigation 'stealer Between Sydney, Tathra and Eden.. ... .,. ?'MsSmmRtt' T7 rr'N'TF.T! and ortiery^tearnere leave ^?KYjDNEY'forTXtmyMfi^IMBUIj.A,, ^?HBEd.EN, £very : WM)M?SDAY, ,a't 9,15 ?gaHBEfrilurniugon FRlfcAV. , . ,, ffHHpforeB ppd FreighU at Xipwest JRitl?s' , S^Baoents : Ed'eD, Mr. H.,Jtfe0N ; . and at. dHioriiiitiqla, Mr., A. T. G1BS0N; at Tathra, . BAT-|ANUlEE.MteYlER. . . ... , B Budn^s'Birfecttiry. m ' . G. ItAfilL^GDEN, ; I A U C T CO/^ . £ E R - I ' Oe^ioe; ? $$$$& , ; Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, a ??; ??/,'?'.? i ? ?? I v.:. i ?' V'ffc ? ? '- - -LtoJ^;?te1v^:iMldco.,^.):.?? ,?:': ' snMs &/C0,, ;, .V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TIMBER ' -If. : 'I'MEEGHANIS/1!: t'. . ? .riV. ? 'Wbntwoeth Whabp, Foot Dbuitt.Stbeet, ; j;;«yDNEYv ,-v ? Are Cash Purchasers of Colonial Hardwood, . and are Prepared ; to . ILeceiy ? , .Timber, , on oqr Wharf, if consigned toils, ^nd. jTOU;s-3.uarantpe . Full Harliet ftice for.saine, 'at mj tjme. All Communications addressed to...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 July 1879

In consequence of an adverse vote in the Upper House on the clause making the reduction of improvements on selections retrospective from * January 1875, the Government have abandoned- the Land Bill, and the wurk of the Assembly far months past lias simply gone to 'create so much waste paper. We cannot see that the nelectors will lose much by the shelving of the measure. We have had occasion to describe it at best as but a patchwork concern, and as such, in other words, the Premier intro duced it first to the notice of the House. Losing the reduced improvements clause, the whole value of the Bill was gone. We' have always contended that if resi dence was strictly enforced, the owner of the land should be left to be the best judges, .of -how muck, or - how. little Jie . should expend on liis holding ; and as un der the Impounding Act be is forced to fence before he can impound for damages, we do not see that any more can reason ahly be required. As to the tying up se lected lands for ...

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

BIRTH. W15BRLER. — On 2lst June, at Zamtruka, Mrs. Charles Wobbler of a son. True to our Principles. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1879

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

VlANO. ~ THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to Re ceive Pupils/for tije above, in CANDELO at Mrs. Studderti Cottage. ™ H. TAYLOR. N .B.— Pianos Tuned and Repaired in a Work manlike Manner. Properties for Sale. Y ACL AMAH STATION, of 20,000 acreB, 250 Head of Cattle. 1C0 Freehold Land, and 935 C.P. most of which is fenced. Station of 8000 acrasj,2000 sheep, CO head of cattle, in the Monari# District. Farm of 1700 nerds. Ooe of the choicest pro-: perties in the Bega/i'istriet, with all necessary improvements for aairving or fattening. Dairy Farmjif 3t0 acres, with cattle (40 head) dairy and farnNmblements, &c. Daily Farm of! 000 acres, with all necessary buildings for two dairies. Farm of 530 acres (freehold), A splendid property. 640 Acres (C.P.) EJen District, fenced and otherwise improved. CBS Acres C.P. subdivided into three farms, any one of which can be sofd separately. 160 acres, with cottage, feuccd, &c., near Bega. 40 acres, three miles from Bega. Also several Towu P...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sydney via Goulbnrn, Braid- j Daily, (Tues wood. Moruyfl', Eurobodalla, - days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. ) at 6 p.m. Kameruka. Candelo. $logilIa : j ,, ? , Colombo and Mona^ vial ^ L' Tantawanglo. ) 7'30 a'm' Kameruka,. Candelo, and Col- ) Thursdays, ombo, ( 7.20 p.m. Edea, Panbula, Townmba, I Tuesday and Merimbula, and Wolumla, f Friday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wyadbam and 1 Tuesday, at Panhula, J p.m. Monaro. via Colombo, and i Sunday, at 6.30 Numbugga, j p.m. inuja \.ncisous ), i juesuay, iv.ou 1 am. The Mail by Steamer readies Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday. DEPASTURES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, ) Daily, (Thurs Eurobodalla, Moruya, Braid- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburn, ) at 11.30 a.m. Kameruka, Candelo, and Wo- 1 Mondays, 9.30 gilla ; and Monara via Tan- - a.m. tawanglo, ) Kameruka and Candelo ; and I Thursday, at Jlunaro via Colombo, ) 9.30 a.m. Wolumla, Merimbula,! Panbula 1 Sundays, 10-30 and Eden, ; and...

THE NORTHERN ROAD. To THE HONORABLE THE MINISTER FOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

- - - THE NORTHERN ROAD. To the Honorable the Minister fob Works. r The memorial ol the undersigned, land owners, farmers, and residents along the oourse of the Brogo liiver between B.egu and Brogo Pinch respectfully sheweth : — (1). That the residents of this an extensive portion of the Bega district are put to veiy great inconvenionce by having no rfirapf iirv-A.cs tn fliA Romi T^ndoa vacant. lj- erected. The main road leads towards the Ford at fhe end of Aucklaud-street, and when within a short- distance of the town the road bears away east to escape a creek and lagoon, and, when the liver is not-fordable, travellers have to go 50 chains west, then 40 chains south-east, to get to the bridge, from which it is 70 chains to the town. This means travel ling two miles over about ihe worst road in the colony. Your memorialists pray thai you will fit an early date instruct the Road Superintendent to place a bridge over the creek referred to at the south end of Campbell's lane, and to op...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The Vend system, which really means one of the worst phases of Protection and Trades Unions combined, is in danger at the in stance of the Lambton colliery at Newcastle. The owners of that mine seem to think that if they can put out 30,000 tons in a given time, they should not be limited to 20,000 tons, or any other figure the Vend mav fix. It seems certain that the Prince of Wales will not visit Australia in time to open the Melbourne exhibition,' and his visit,' if at nil, will not be until the Exhibition has been some months underweigh. He will certainly not j»ee Sydney's big show. A Social Science Congress to he held , dur ing the Melbourne Exhibition. Already 150 delegates have been appointed to attend; The dead body of a man named Morris was found suspended to a tree at Rose Bay, near Sydney. On the body -£43 was found, and a watch bought by deceased the day he committed suicide. . % '.'Sergeant Stapylton, former'y stationed at iiden, Has been appointed to Moruya...

CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

CANDELO. [FrfoM our Own ? Correspondent.] In pursuance of notice by Henry Wron, Esq. in compliance with requisition to convene a public meeting for the purpose of formally opening the Candelo Traffic Bridge, a large number assembled at the Queen's Hotel at the appointed time. nenry wren, J^sq. was unanimously voted to the chair. Ho thanked the meeting for the honor they had done him, and spoke of the benefit the traffic bridge would be to the neighborhood, and considered we all should rejoice' at the Completion of so important, a boon, and contrasted the difference now and I wheu he arrived in tho district twenty-eight year ago. In anymovernent'for the benefit of Candelo they could always rely on his co operation. Proposed by Mr. J. W. Sharpe, sec mded by Mr. Thomas Beare, ' Tliatiuthe opinion of the mooting it is desirable to set . apart a . day for the purpose of formally opening the Candelo Traffic Bridge.' (Carried). Proposed by Mr. E. J. Coman, seconded by Mr. Thomas Tapper, ' ...

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION TELEGRAM. Per Greville's Telegram Co. The Exhibition Imildiug is pra^n-H-iiug sa tisfactorily. The interior decorations on the ground floor are nearly completed. Tim hall for machinery will be completed bv tin- 1st September. Sheep sheds and other Imil, lings for pastoral exhibits have .coinuien-'- I. Tho fencing round tho portion 'if llio ?ln-iniu Set aside for exhibition purposes isne.irlv romplo tf-d. The ornamental p)easur» grbun-ls are in an advanced state. A site in the building has been selected liy the colonial architect and musical director for the orchestra and choir, and a grand organ purchased by ~ tlie coinmisioners in London arrived by tlie Lusitntiia, and will he built forthwith. Ad vices by mail show that an extraordinary in - terest is taken in the Exhibition in nil parts of Europe and America. The British Trade Journal coutaius n list of abo it 800 exhibits, illustrating them with woodcuts. About 700 works of art are expected to arrive by t...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] NUMBUGGA. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

original; correspondence. [We do not identify c urselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] - NUMBUGGA. r (To the Editor. of tlieJBega Standard.) ; Sib,— In your isBue pf the 12th inst., your ! own correspondent furnishes' you some in- '? formation of our quiet locality, which I can- ' not let pass without a few brief remarks in justice to myself and other residents hers. Of his first paragraph about the weather and mlxn.Sfc T l..™. J ? UOUJUJ^ (JIUDUiro UOITD UVUUU1U as in it, I will admit, he had a regard for truth, but when he goes on to speak so dis paragingly of the Provisional School, he is touching on a soft spot, when using the word mud. Would any right-minded man believe for one moment that the parents of children -would allow such to be the case; neither do I. think-Mr. Booth would allow himself five1 days in the week in mud. I will give you the full particulars of the starting of the school, and will leave the public to judge for themselves whether or not the...

DRINK AND HARD TIMES. A WORKING MAN'S VIEW OF THE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

DRINK AND HARD TIMES. A WORKING man's VIEW OP TltE SITUATION. We extract from the Herald, tlie following interesting letter, written by Mr. G. D. Clark, and rocommcnd it . to tlie oareftil consideration of tho class to whom it is addressed : — Sir. — It may appear somewhat presump tious for one who works with his hands to set himself up ns a teacher, especially through the medium of a newspaper ; but I should like, with your permission, to give expression to mj views on a subject of tho utmost importance to iny fellow working men at the present time. According to the report submitted to the Trades aud Labor Council a few days since by the delegate appointed by that body to inquire into the state of the labour market, it oppears that in nearly nil the manufacturing establishments in the city the supply of labor is 'greatly in cxcess of the demand. Now although it seems almost incred ible that in a colony like this, which is certainly capable of absorbing millions of our countrymen, i...

PORT ACCOMMODATION. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

PORT ACCOMMODATION. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sib, — It is not on the narrow individual, but the broad public principles, to accommo date the many, and thereby advance our dis trict in a permanent and satisfactory way that I think.this discussion should tend. There are some in this district who are so narrow - minded that they cannot for tho life of them , see one inch beyond ' self.' In iny laBt letter I called attention to the fact: ofus having two monopolies to contend with, but I think tlie word monopolies was out of place ; if I- had used the word 'extortion' it would have been more applicable, the more so .when we come to consider that other com panies do carry, coal from Newcastle to Mel- . bourne for less .than ten shillings per ton — mora than dnnKIa flip diRtannn. -inil leRR flmn half tlie freight. - v I frankly admit .that the I.S.N. Co, Tathra, and Merimbula, have been, and still are,: great boons to this and the Monaro districts, but are we so passively in the...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 July 1879

'sAlS BY AUCTION. r M: ' ? ? . ? Auctibir eer's Notice TBE 80 Head of . lixet cattle, advertised for the 19th insta it, t ,vl been disposed cf privately,con&equen ,ly lv 11 lot be in. on Satur day. * G. H LSLINGDEK', Auctioneer. . Springers. Saturday the 26th of J uly. * At Sale Yar Is Bega. . HASLINflfpifliSSjfo s rlceived instructions \JT. from Mr.Ti TJjrc nnltt to sell by pub lic auction, as abuJe, f\ 10. Head of S pringers. All quiet good heifcre. I ? Terms at Sale. Sale at 4 p.m. j . Adelaide Flour. Saturday the 2feth July. At Auctlxi Dlpol. GHASLINGDEN&as jpceivcd'iristructions * tosell by public auction as above, 3J- Toils of first-class Adelaide Flour. . (Guaranteed jAl.) Terms at sale. Sale at 4 p.m. Mixed Cattle. 1 Thursday, the 31^1 JJW, At sEt'flpjdj Audelo.\ 1 HASLISjfelMflnJ&s rejpved Instructions \JC . to sell by public /ljk ^«n,' 60 Head of 'Mixed Cattle. Terms atsale. Sale at 2 p.m, , Potatoes Thursday, the 31st J uly, . At Scott's Hofejica^^...

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