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BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND : DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sydney via Goulburu, Braid- ) Daily, (Tues wood, Moruyp, Eurobodalla, !? days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. ) at 5 p.m. Eomeruka, Candelo. Mogilla j 1 Mondays Colombo ind Monaro, via v ^ gg Tantawanglo. ) Knmcruka,. Candelo, and Col- 1 Thursdays, ombo, ( 7.H0 p.m. Eden, Panbula, Towamba, 1 Tuesday and Merimbula, and Woiumla, J Friday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wyndham and ) Tuesday, at Panbula, . ] P™ Monaro. via Colombo, and | Sunday, at 6.30 Numbugga, f Pm Tanja (Nelsons'), | Tuesday, 10.30 j am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday. ? DEPARTURES, fimlnav n'n 'Rrnirn Pnlin.nm 1 Dailv. fThUrS Eurobodalla, Moruya, Braid- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburn, } at 11.30 a.m: Kamcruka, Candelo, and Mo- J Mondays, 9.30 gilla ; and Monara via Tan- - a.m. tawanglo, ) Kameruka and Candelo ; and 1 Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, ) 9.30 a, im Woiumla, Merimbula, Panbula ) Sundays, 10-30 and Eden, ; and Monar...

WHAT ARE OUR CHILDREN LEARNING. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

WHAT ARE OUR CHILDREN ? LEARNING. ' [Fnoii thb Evening News.] . r. . 'AHROcpHOUT the Uatpoli.c Jiisliops pas toral it- is HBsumed that llie present public school Bfsteto in this jcountry is Bpculur,' nnd it i£ denounced accordingly. If the bishops are not grossly ignorant of tlie subject on which tijey wrote, this can' -only liavc beeti adeliberato attempt to 'xdlsre presen t tbe renltstate of tbe case ;; for a single risit- to on(p ol the schools, a conver sation with a tenelier, -ov a glauco' at the .school books would have been sufficient to j convince tberu that tlie publio school sclieniG of (education is by ji, o means secu lar. This, the tens ????pi thousands of worthy Catbolics, wbo have received their education in these sclioplg, know well enough, and are prepared to testify before Any number of JBisliopa pr dignilaries of ?the Church. But Inhere biriy be a con siderable number of. persons who have not tAken tbe trouble to investigate this sub ject, who may think tbat there...

TANJA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

TAN JA- [FiIom our Own Correspondent.! The event of the week iB tjje formal open ing of the ' Moimng Star ' Lodge of Good Templars on Monday in a room pro vided by Mr. Braine. The District De puty, Brother Roberts, of Cobargo, had charge of the proceedings, and members of the Order from Cobargo and Bega lent valuable aid in carrying out the impressive cereinpiiios. The officers elect for ensuing quarter are: — j, Kelly, W.C.T. ? P. Wakefield, W.V.T. ; W. H. Braine, W.S. (and D.G-W.C.T.) ; II. A. Braine, W.F.S, T. Taylor, . 'W.T. ; W. Bottomly, W.C. ; J. Taylor, W.M. ; C. Hall, W.I.G. ; Jas. Cough, TV. 0.6. ; J. Beard, P. W.C.T. The next meeting will be held on Wednes day, August 13, when a large accession to the ranks is expected. The formation of this lodge finally settles the question of a public house at Tanja, at least for some time to come, I am happy to say that the ' aristocracy ' pf this part of the dis trict have either joined the ' Morning Star' or intend to join ; for, ss...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

— — — — — — PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PIGEONlATCH! ! At the request of SeverA-^jroiftyeti, I have decidedjto procure a ;Sp)mdilj/Lne of p/geotis, anil will arrange a IIGECRf SHOOTING , MATCH about the 2lTttl INST., when Sports men-will hare an opportunity o£ ehoWne thfeir ?powers Wth the Gun. Full particul&rs in a future issue. ? L. J. O'TOOLE. ifO. G. T. * ? ~ ? Softiern Cross lodge, No, il6. PERSONS wishing to jiflnlfhc Orderpf Good Templars are . infotal*4-tl itithfcxLodge holds its Meetings evcri/jJfuldi y teyfcing, at -7-30. Candidates cat 'Ufc^/di i&teill at any meeting. , | Bi^3iIj.fcutTl| P.W-G r„ a&cc IvtUffl oF'conP taittee appointee by this lodg# y\il\ receive all tJommuuicfflioDsnn conn ctionlwithr be Juvenile Temple, tA waom th youpg fqlks or. their ^TAiifB m^|ripA -wrfiies at once, v J3y QraferotthelV.G.T. . I Read to-Bermagui. ( ip TO F. STE^'NETT, ESQ., J.P. E . the undersigned residents ofBrogo and Dry Biver desire tliat you will , conveuea public ...

THE PULPIT AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

THE PULPIT AND THE PRESS. ? (By our Panbula, Correspondent!) In the early dawn of Christit&ity-- when that magnificent sermon waajgiproachcd npon the Mount it was the-rlfcey note struck which was to shake llie world. That sermon, which for nearly Wo thou sand years has been the basis of nil real religion, and on which all sound morality ought to rest, simple iu details, and com prehensive in its teaching, without print ing press to disseminate, or shorthand writer taking notes, has been preserved amidst the wreck of nationB, and preserves its freshness while kingdoms have perished aud their rulers are forgotten. Whether the Pulpit or the Press has the greater influence on mankind. Oh that both would go hand in hand together, but both' I am afraid have fallon from their first es tate; and while the Pulpit has become luke-warm and far too secular, the Press, in many instances, truckles to the million, and is the vehicle by. which philosophic doubts and unbelief are conveyed to...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

L. J. O'TffiOLK Most positivel - decllief to adver tize this week, is hi ay J the public should now be ivcll Iwlre that he is the proi dcs Iand seed MERCHANT md POULTERER ol the Bega di triefc. - \ Interesffiiig to All. GENTLEMEN, — am yet alive, thanks' to Hollo way's Pills. Not wishing to become ono of the residents' -if the Professor's intended Lunatic Asylum now being erected' m England, I lately bought a .'box of Hollo-' way's Pills, took them; at intervals,, and re frained from the ' flowing bowl,'' and' Richard's himself again. HolloWays'' Pills' L and Ointment are largely used in BurmUda,' and that accounts, in my opinion, for the' longevity of its inhabitants. I feel quite' assured, however, that PrAesgor Hollowly is- and has been one of the dreatest behefactore'' to the human racfe tklis W hved, and that Ins name will bfhaid eh down to pos terity when the foffefcs ofl oilr bravest m.n, . slayers are forgMted S/ra/ge to Say that ' W!'1?,-??eren,tw^' spv6 to acquire the J1? ...

MONARO WRECK CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

MONARO WRECK CASE. At tho District Court at Mornya on Saturday last, before Judge McFarland, Mr. R. Gentle sued Capt. Cain for the value of a case of saddlery recovered from the wreck and sold by Mr. Burgess, acting under Cain's instruc tions. Mr. Rawlinson who appeared for Mr. Gentle thus opened the 'case: — ' In the month of May last, plaintiff purchased a case of saddles in Sydney for ,£31 7s. 9d.^ They were Biuppeu on uuara uie ih.uuiuu wmtu was wrecked on Biiijio Point about twelve miles from Moruya on 29th Majr last. Cain then telegraphed to several consignees in Bega, of wliich plaintiff was one, whereupon the plaintiff sent the following telegram hi reply : — ' Look after my interests , one cane saddlery. — R. Gentle.' This telegram was sent on the 2nd June. After that the con signees sent an agent from Bega, who had an authority (produced) countermanding the ono given to Cain by telegram, as follows : — ' If Captain Cain is willing to cancel the in structions I sent him by ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

WILLIAM ROBISON, COPPER, JjKAD,\ AND BRASS WORK Vto^\CTUR EE, 67, ^sjreSa'npET, Sydney. Tanks, Pinnpp\ud I'ipiug for Sale. Seed Potatoes B ROW' NELL'S BEAUT\ and SNOW FLAKE. On Sule by RIXON and MACLEOD. Timber- , Timber ( - OWING AND KELLT^S Steam Saw Mill V3* is now iu full working order. Saw limber of Every 'Description and Best Quality — Blue Gum, Stringy Bark, Iron Bark, &c,, supplied in uuy quantity, with all expe dition. It is requested that orders may be sent in time to avoid disappointment or delay. i Steam Saw Mill, Nelsou, 22nd November, 1877, MAIL COACH TO AND FROM t Air h/k a. iijUWG OHFICE : jy^ESSRS. k|ho'K -ajUvM A C L E O D'S Fare for the\n reje Joiufey lMween Bega and TathB/Aj witlMillowance of 20lbs Luggage ... 7s Gd Addressed Parcels left tjiW Booking Office, will be duly eared for und dispatotoed. Any information respecting above may be ob tained from Mr. JNO. D. BUTTER, at Messrs. Rixon and Macleod's Sale Booms. GEORGE PIESLEY. Pbropiktok. ' H. HOGARTH....

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From oue Telegraphic Cobrespondents.] SYDNEY, August 8. A semi-official notice announces that Lord Loftus is deeply touched by the marked cor diality of his reception, and the attention re ceived from all classes of society since his landing hi the colony. His Excellency feels tiiatthis is the. more gratifying, inasmuch as it can be , interpreted as a manifestation of the loyal attachment of all classes - to Her Majesty the Queen. A. meeting of creditors in the estate of Tack Tong was held yesterday.' A statement shewed liabilities as £20.000, akefe'ih^siune.; An assignment of the estate was agreed ! upon. Heavy rain continues with little intermis-, sion. Telegrams from .numerous country districts report rain with appearances' of. floods. Violent south -east gale : continued throughout last night, accompanied by a heavy downpour of rain. . Hanlan's representative is prepared to make a match with Tricket or any other sculler. The latter is willing to accept the challe...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

On Sale by the Undersigned. PRIME SAMPLE TARTARIAN OATS. Just Landed — Good Sound Maize. , (Iu Arv Quantity.) gHAFF. ? KIXOS &: MACLEOD,

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The Church of England Synod for the dio e.-se of Goulburn, will assemble on the 2nd September. ' » The last agricultural returns place Bega first on the list as a maize producing district. Tho quantity under cultivation is stated as 2933 acres, and the average yield is said to be 50$ bushels to the acre. We fancy 70 or .80 bushels nearer the truth. iionaerson Amcanus, tlio Melbourne sable politician, and the intended companion cf Mr. Berry on liis embassy travels, was once, it seems, a collector of debts. in Sydney. He pursued his calling with such success in Sydney that he is credited with having once collected a debt at the Lands' office. Telegrams from England report that the heavy rains have ceased, but the weather was still showery. It is expected that the harvest will be a month later than usual. On the Continent the severe spring will cause the harvest to be generally unfavorable. Heavy shipments of American wheat are re ported. Mr. C. A. Atchison, a surveyor, r...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

Church Services. Church of England. Divine service win i« held m st. John's Bega, every Sunday Morning and Evening. Holv Comqnpiiou 011 the lTiist S,iml:iY 11, Every Mo.itli. Baptisms every Sunday. at II p.m. IvAMKItUKA Parish. August 10. — Kiuneruka, 1] : Colombo, 3.U0 p.m. Wesleyan. D1V1N1I Sl/ilU'KJH will I to lii-lil (in-.) l»y Rev. J. E. Cairuthers an follows: — August 10. — Uega, II .'i.iii. ; Woiumla, i! p.m. Conilclo, 7-30 p.'ii. Angust 11. — Tantawaiigle, 4 p.m. August 17. — Ilcga, 11 n.iii. and 7 p.m. Sacrament alter morning service. — C. August 10. — Bega, 7 p.m. August 17. — Biogu, 3p.m. Mr. C. W. WOOD August 17. — Tanlawanglo, lln.m. — J. Sirle. Presbyterian. rpHE liov, W. Baker will (D.v.) preach L mi Sunday : — Angnst 10. — Bega 11 a.m., and 7 p.in. August 17. — 11 a.m., (Collection) , Candelo, 3.30 ji.ni. Edes District. Angust 1Q. — Towajnha and district. August 17.— I'Mon, II a.m. nnH 7 p.m. August 24. — I/m'hiel, 11 a.m. i'iuiibtila,S p.m. Merimbula, 7 p.m. August ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

♦*.. Shipping. ? v L:a Company. Bi-w|ekly?Steamor BetroJea Sydney, . '^ermb^i Tathra And Eden. ' i. ft 1HE ' HOWTEK ^Pyptlifef Steamers leave , \1' SYDNEYilrB^TPPAi MERIMBULA, '{ ?* ^ihl . .at 9.15 ( i' F^Vni^i^teatLp^eBt.p'ntcs IS? iierimtiiifaV Mufc'A. Tr GIBbON ; at T«.thra, - %. G. BA'TftiftM-'ER MEYER. ~ Jane 2, 1879 ? ?' ' BiisliieSs ^Directory. G. HASLINCffiEN, s A U C TTON E E R, Jlgent. ? * # -«i *«' *i.-^.;ri- ? Af'.' -.';? ' B .. ??..!! .1^' -? \:i.'v r\y: . '?Q¥tioEXX3jk^P^.H ; STREET. S^Vards JqHUIiqHSTEfeKr, - (Late F. Be and Co.'s.) BURNS & CO., ( } 'XTTHOLESALE AND- BETAIL TIMBER AY MERCfiA'Nl'S, ' TVENTJVOBTH. DllUlXX S?BEET, g Are'^asli'f'iirc^s^^t'Ctoipmal Hardwood, and are Prepared -to -Jtefceiv. Timber, on our . Wharf, if.couBi^kie'd to us, and will Guarantee Fall Mfirkfet Price for same, at any time. All Communications addressed to us will re «eiveTpromptatt&ybo.''.: . ? ' ? * ; ' wqolV/ wboii. ADVANCES^ small or large, , against the coming clip...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

Railway to Eden. — This subject attracts more than a passing notice and the feeling in favor of it grows stronger. Want of space compels us to hold over somo roinai-ks on the question. Risskhve. — A reserve is gazetted for a lunatic asylum, 200 acres on the Bega lliver south of Mrs. Kirby'sland. Insolvency. — Charles ltussell, of Bega, (tallyman, lias lilod ins scnednle. ijialiiuties, £6G 8s 7d ; assets, £2 10s. Pout Accomodation. — We have received another communication from ' Shipper ' to hand too late for insertion in this issue. Tathea. — The works are progressing satisfactorily. The diver's work will be done below when the foot of each pile lias been cemented. The laborers are all dischargod, and the remainder of the work will be done by the carpenters, and all that now rjamaius to bo done is to put oil the decking* iinitl to make good tho staying of the work. The Court. — On Monday next Judge McFarland will preside at the Quarter Ses- I sions and on Thursday ho will hold the D...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 9 August 1879

BIRTH. O'REILLY. — On the 4t.li inst., ather residence, liega, the wife of J. J. O'Reilly, of a sop. True, to our Principles. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1S79

CANDELO GOOD TEMPLARS To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

CANDELO GOOD TEMPLARW To the Editor of the Sega Standard. SiB.-r-If tbe Candelo correspondent will put his name to the Etatement lie makes in your contemporary I will answer him. For tbe information of the public I may say that I gave the lodge the use of my store for six months free, and have offered at £10 per vflnr wliinh wnnld Ttnt rot iin, A «««. for my outlay. I have no wisliA euibarass the lodge, and will give tliem ample time to Jpok out for other premises. If any of the ?objectors will give a room free for six months I will give tho lodge tbe store for another six months also free. ? I am, &e. JOHN RAMSES'. Candelo, 15th August, -1879.

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISTRICT OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. AP1MYAL AND DISP&PH OF MAILS.' ? ? ? — - i#' «bMt4I4. 0'. Sydpjcy via GoulbiK'-Alii'iddi- ) Dai .jji.: {Tups 'wmid. iloruya, Kuroltedalla, J- days excepted) J Biogii.' J at iip.m. Cnn,,,c'^ ^'1 i j Monday?, Ojulpjlil-o and Muiiai',., via V 7 - TiitaWgh. ) '? n'm 'KnniClljk.i,. Onndelo, and J3ol- { Thursdnyp, . omlxi,:' f 7.:0 p.m. Eden, ' Pjinbula, Tjpjvamba, ) Tuesday and Merimbula, and Woluinla, J Friday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wynribam and 1 Tuesday, nt Palilalia, ) p.m.; ilonaro. \.vi Colomljo, and 4 Sunday, at 0.S0 Nnnibugga, ( l'.m. : 'Tanja (Ncl&ais'^js ) Tuesday, 10.30 '' ' f am. The Mail by Steamer roaches lirga via Tiilhra ou Wednesday or Thursday. niiPAHTUliES. Sydney via Brogo, O.bargn, 1 Daily, (Thurs liuroljodalla, Moraya, lhaid- - days exeeptedj wood, aud Goulliurn, ? at 1 1 ,:10 a.m. Kamcrnka. Candelo. and Mo- ) Moi'dnys. 9.30 gilla ; and Mouara via Tan- v a.m. tawanglo, ) Kanic'uka and Candelo; and | . Thursday, nt | Muiinro via Culonibn...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

OUR TELEG-EAMS. [FEOII OUtt TELEGBAPHIC COEKESrONIJENTS.] SYDNEY, August 14. Mr. Robert Wisdom was sworn in as Attorney-General yesterday. ? The Bishop was quite enthusiastically re ceived at Dubbo yesterday ; he delivered an address ou the education question. A noisy scene occurred on Thursday night in the Victorian Assembly. Sir Bryan O'Loffhleu challenged Mr. Mclntyre to come outside and fight and afterwards apologised. Other scones followed. At the half yearly meeting ,of tho Meat Preserving Co. the report and. balance sheet were adopted. No' dividend was declared. The creditors in the estate' of Tack Tong accepted a composition. ' , Iu consequence ot the Pastoral letter and in order to strengthen the public schools, the members of the Church of England at? Bathurst decided to transfer their children to the public schools, and application has been made to the Council of Education to close | the Church of England school. SYDNEY, August 15. Lord J-iottus started uy special tram xr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

Interesting' to All. j GENTLEMEN, — X am yet alive, thaujis ? to Holloway's Pills. Not wishing to become one of tlie residents of the Professor's intended Lunatic Asylum now being erected in England, I lately bought a box of Hollo way's Pills, took theni at intervals, and re frained fi-op tbe ' flowii/g bowl,' and Bicbard's biinself again. BLolloways' Pills and Ointment are largely uied in liumiuda, and tbat accounts^fln fay /opinion, for tbe longevity of its AftaBtidts. I feel quite assured, liowevoj^JuayPralessoBftollo'way is and bus been aue Jroato/tljcnefiictore to tbe liuman raw tlpt ifis e^ylivQd-and that liis uameAvillbe hdrded d/Sifto pos terity when the names of our (JKraycst man Elayers are forgotten. Strange to say tbat ?we, ifa different ways, strive to acquire the ? ait of lulling, but our «wn preservation we take little heed of. I have lived in Bermunda 26 years, and.iii that time have inquired of soldiers bow tbey have preserved their health so well; the answer lias g...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

GENERAL NEWS. Mr. Woodliouse' celebrated bull Imperial Purple IX, patriarch of Mount Gilead herd, was destroyed to save his dying of old age aud infirmities. The Sub-Treasurer at Ecbuca received a cheque for 8d from the Customs officer the other day, representing the day's takings for liorder duties. Tlie omcers salary to collect this stupendous sum is paid at the rate of £300 a year. A slight improvement in trade is said to be observable in Great Britain. The iron trade especially shows a revival. A Mr. Buckley at Shellharbour has Borne planter's friend or sorghum seventeen feet in height. What would a few acres of such greenstuff be worth with butter at fifteen pence a pound ? Two cheeses made under Holden's sys tem are to be sent by the mail steamer to Ceylon and back for the Exhibition. Tho voyage will be a good test as to the keeping capabilities of the cheese. A preaching crusade against intemperance took place iu all the Protestant churches in Goulbourn last Sunday. All the p...

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