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

ROMAN CATHOLIC liDU(^ATI0N, A meeting of Roman Cutliolics reside® j nt St..Kilda took place on Sunday 1 mined - ialejy after mass, which produced somisN uitte.xpecte.d devulopements. Tlie mci'titig | (ntys the Age) wits held in cotisoqiiencc iif' tbe Rev. Dr. Oorbett, at tiic close of the sermon, having invited tlie conjirecntion to remain for the purpose in question ; and although the congregation is a large one, only some thiiUy or forty of its members; remained t-o lake pint in the proceeding*. Dr. Corbctt presided, and explained tliat the object ot' the meeting was to form in St. Kilda 11 branch of a society to be called the Catholic Union, having, for its object to promote the success of tbe Out liolic claims ou cdncution bv the Catholics using their votes nf tlienext general elec tion only iu support of candidates who were favorable to the Catholic claiins 011 the education subject. A Mr. Lane then proposed the first resolution for the for. motion of a St. Kilda branch of the ...

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

Notice, a % — - ?#; AS the Consignees o£ Goods on Hoard the V the SteamshSfilMc laro did not attend the fc Meeting called foi/MC^ ttl lust., I hereby con vene a meeting to beHie 1 It Commercial Hotel, Bega, on the 26th' ipstat t.J * G. HkSLIN&DEN, Sec. }auHon, ABSCONDED : ram his; HIRED SERICE a: lad named Henrv VEtussetl who arrived at Beimagui by the 1 dvamd Aider engagement me. Any person 1 arbo^inb lim after tbis notice will be proceeded s gainst £ the law directs. A.W. PESKY, - Dry lliver. ' The Bisho -s' Pastoral, and Claims a id A ims of Some.' AN ADDEESl on) t iJ above subject mil be delivered i the 1 fpSLEYAN CHURCH, BEGA, on KUND VY E TENiNG NEXT. - ^ . Service to comi ience it 7 o'clock.. On Sale by thentfdersigned. PEIME SAMPLE ffAKl^BlAN OATS.'. Just Lauded+Gtf/iMSound Maize. (Iu An} Quantity.) JUX0N & MACLEOD. To Builders. , TENDERS areinvited f.ir IMPROVEMENTS and REPAIRS td tbe Public School Pre mises at CANDELO. I Specifications may be seen on applic...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

OJJJ1 PARIS LETTjKR. AGRICULTURE. The inclemrnt season stil) continuing, tlie jirospecls of ngrirnlUire are duily liecom iiig inore nlui'!iii'-g.; --u nil average vego Wtipp «» lin* kward three week?, i.nJ a spdden glow /if lieat is aticipated lo do uiorc linrm than good, by unduly forcing plain crops to (ill. Tlie t-oil is still sufl'cir ing from tlfe winter's cold, wild tlie con tinued raiii prevents its lining tilled. Grass is. luxuriant, but more aqueous than nutri- j live; it sjirink considerably during liny malting ; i' ''-s no nrainn, and 110 .washing l)j\ rain can affect -t,s quality. WJicat loolts very had ; it is yellow, sickly, htnuted, and tlie fields present, ve-y 1111 raerntis bald palelies. Tlie vines do' not look hopeful ; the blossoms indicate that jfliere will lie a 1 prions diminution, uf fruit. Parmers a re clearly making np.Uioir niiixls tliat ' they will linve. to ])!irt with many iiead of stock, tlie consequence of a cer tain deficiency lo be expect ol in prov...

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

,_0. _ ( -V* . ?* COMMERCIAL STORES. :v # XJSitoB,TW]tsrT NOTICE. . f THE UNDERSIGNED BEFl -RE ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL - - OP, ,, , LARGE \SHIPMENTS ' % Yon THE ? SPEIM AND SUMMER SEASONS, T&keatbe'ipresent opportunity of acquainting Lis Numerous Customers and tlie PuMic of a * CLEARING-OUT SALE OT HIS » SURPLUS WINTER STOCK, _ i IN ORDER T ) MAKE ROOM. the s ale Commenced MONDAY, 1% INSTANT, AND WILL CONTINUE * FOR SEVEN! DAYS ONLY , i i 0 — -? - ???? ^ «g* This being A BONA-FIDE CLEARING SALE, I would beg to remind Customers and others to losem time in Seouringtfor Themselves V iMMENMi^ARj&AINS BLANKETS, FLANN^/S, I M0( ittpT SHAWLS, ALL WOOL PLAIDS, FRENCH M SRINQES, in all Shades, LADIES' SCARLE^ anc FELT SKIRTS1, &c., &c. also; SOME TERY CHOICE DRESS MATERIALS, ' i r Att Wool Kepps, TopWs, Satins, and Satin Cloths, Plain and /Fancy Lustres, In NAVY BLUE, BRONZE, and all Other Shades, REDUCED TO HAX.F THEIR VALUhj, in Order to Make Room. A Very Cho...

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

Candelo Stores! A. H. LEVY WILL DUBWG THIS MONTH ONLY, OFFEB THE BALANCE OF HIS LARGE and VARIED STOCK OF Winter Drapery AT GBEATLY REDUCED PRICES, In Order to Make Boom for EXTENSIVE SHIPMENTS , OP ? NttW GOODS, For the Coming Season, and to avoid Any Accumulation of Old Stock. A GESrUINE ? Clearance Sale. «? NOTE TEE .& REDUCTIONS! ! Usual I Reduced Prices. \ \ rrices. Is 6d AUWloojl Plaida Is 2Jd 2t 6d Double /Width Blaids 2d id lOd Fancy DressWufFs 8d 3« Od Poplinettes \ Strong Wincey 4Jd fls 6d Colonial Tweed Ss Od la 64 White Twill Sheeting is 2Jd la Od strong Grey Sheeting 101d Is 6d Very Heavy Sheeting is 3d Is Sd Baal Welsh Flannel Is Ojd Is 9d ping Bath Flannel is 4d Is Od scarlet Flannel 9td Grey Calico 3Jd llesdoan Calico 4fd 7d Slate Selicia 6Jd 8Jd Linen Hollands 7(1 is lOd Crimean Flannel 's Gd iOJd Cotton Tick 8a BL'ANKBTS, , - ^ REDUCED. FICSUES, SCAR&J5, ( ; A COMFORTERS, ' SQUARES, V ? SHAWLS, Reduced fully 25 per Cent HOSIERY, Gloves^ Stays. Laces...

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

^ f Shipping1. ! lllawarra Steam Navigation CompanvC Bi-weekly Stbaimeiy Be tween Sydney^ Merimbula, jPatVira and Eden. M iH'E EHJNTER lnd flier Steamers leave I :Sn)NE3f-®or TATflRA, MERIMBULA, . aii.I EDEN, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 | lilurniug on FRIDAY. ^ fares and Freights at Lowest Rates I Agents : Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at 4 jcritnbula, Mr. A. T. GIBbON J at Tathrs, - V , ' C.BATTAND1ER MEYER. June 2, 1873 Business Directory. G. HASLIKgS! s A U C T LO i4 E E R, J fan.Z and yVekeral digent. £ Office: CHURCH STREET. 'Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, - s (Late l'\ Be and Co.'s.) ??? r ^TTHOLESALE^ ilit) RETAIL TIMBER W : :,;merchan3 s, , WEKrwOBTlfSIViHAEF, Font DRCTTT SlREET, r V ? .M«FfeTDNEY. Arc .Cash Purchasers of Colonial Hardwood, arid are Prepared to* Receive Timber, on our _ 'Wharf, if conriguedto us, and will Guarantee Full Market Price 'for samp, at ony time. A U'Communicntirins addressed to us will re fCeive prompt attention. WOOfy. &TOQL- \ DVANCES, smtlKji; larg...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions 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 — 16 August 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by coriespondents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. (2'o the Editor of the Bega, Standard.) Sin,— According to promise 1 again apply for space in your columns to ventilate the above subject. It i- very gratifying to see that almost every issue brings out a new correspondent in aid of this all important project— the railway toEdea. Altho'. some have 'knocked off,' for instance, ' Producer, ' but if you remember he (rot trammelled with the idea that on him de volved the impossible task, before survey, of giving an estimate of the cost per mile. But I do not for a moment harbor such a thought, be cause we require the railway, and must have it, no matter what it may cost. Now, if we speak loud and firm enough, without being bold ; that is loud enough to make the Government hear us, and firm enough to make them feel tbat we mean it, and that b v a monster petition signed by ?' all hands and the ci ok,' accompanied by ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 16 August 1879

Cooma Races. — Wo received last evening advertisement for Sapling and Produce Stakes too late for insertion in tbis issue. Incorporation. — A supplement to the Government Gazette dated Wednesday last contains the petition for incorporation, with one hundred and twenty eight signatures. The Kelly Gang.— From a telegram to onrcontemnorarv we learn that two armed nten said to be the Kellys stuck up a bank at Lanccfield, about forty miles from Mel bourne and bagged plunder to tho tune of £500. The Pastoiul. — The Rev. J. E.Carruthers announces an address on the Bishops' Pastoral, to be delivered to-morrow evening. Magic L asters. — A second exhibition of the Magic Lnntern was given on Thursday. There was only a small attendance, as but little publicity had been given. St. John's Chubch.— \Ve are requested to notify that in consequence of the accident to the Revd. A. D. Faunco there ?will bo no service at St. John's to-morrow. Aboriginal Mission. — The fourth report of the Maloga Aborigi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

t~-r » ? —ii ? ? ...... -i. ? Colonial Secretary's Office, 8vducr, l.Stb August, 1879. PETITION FOR MTJNICIPj^LITY ' BEGA. H IS Excellency the. Lieutenant-Governor, . with tliu advice qf tbe lt*ecqtivp Council, ili/vcts tin? publication, iu accordance with the Municipalities Act of 1807. of the substaucp and prater of a Petition, addressed to His Excell racf, and uigneci by one liundr^xi anil twenty pighl persons, praying that their locality therein therein described jnay be erected into a Munici pality under tho natqe of the ' Municipal Dis trict of Bega.v HENRY PARKES. T'-e Petitioners state that they are desiroUB --£ having the Town of Bega erect -d into a Municipality. That they are persons who upon incorporation would be liable to be ass.essedfnr municipal rates in respect of property' or household resi dence. , ' That the boundaries tliey suggest for the pro jm-orf Municipality are !— Srnrtiug on the south bank of the Bega ^liver at the westeiD si'ie ol East-street ; and bound...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

'if ii iiwn-n-f' ? - ?? ?S. A ?? mo -' sf-'m7.-;s-iV TO VISITORS; TO BEGA 'TO CO UNI E: ¥ .p O L;K S . TO teayellej^^, 7, TO HOEMlfeRs; ; oo O , cj; M/ ..-J & ?; , , Y O0 can get aBJfllJry GOOD for . .your Horse orjaoraas at an ORDINARY CHARGE by caUinglt fi^^ej'feth^PSiddook and Stable Aci^iniiiydatjon included . Call once ^d^oijTfnpjseis JSjiriS, j icafl a^ain ' If'riot, teemed njr, A least ..twelve, fefef' 61 Ifin'clivCAfr', ii. ? ^ Pboddob Stobes,' ^'ext il * pfricE f Tempos ' , ' 'B E QNLT A FEW MORE X^4eMAIN R. Bi®ER| ,;r . . ; ;( * 80 thos^fo/^stf [iieipiaiATf; ERtf tteStTESTiNCE: P&ES.'' ' '' Had better J?ay.hiB Studio ;an- Early; Visit; j ; ; SothemOrossLoAg^ nQ 116. j PERSOfrS*%l£hlng*o $kxh '(^dtfr of X^ood Templhra ' fare ' imonkM ' t at this -Lodge, holds its Meetings eveiy Saturd y Evening, at 7-30. ? Candidates can b6 initiated ? at any - meeting; ? \ ? ByOrder of the W.C.T, , C: UK ALE, \V. S. . ? y&ikd&Z ouu «'-ousu/i»i t 'j\v The Bli...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF; MAILS. ARBTVAitS: 1 Sydney Tia Goulburn, Braid? j Daily, (Tucs wood, Moruya, EurobodallaM- days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. \ J.at 6 p.m. Kameruka, Candelo. Moeilla ,, . ColoralK) and Mpnaro, viaj Mondays, Tantawauglo. j 'J0 a'm' Kameruka,. Candelo, and Col- 1 Thursdays, ombo, | 7.30 p.m. Eden, Paubula, Towamba, I Tuesday and Merimbula, and Wolumla, ( Friday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wyndham and 1 Tuesday, at Panbula, J . p.m. Monaro. via 'polom bo, and | Sunday, at 6.30 Numbugga, \ V j p.m. Tanja (Nelsons'), . 1 Tuesday, 10.30 ) am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tatlira on Wednesday or Thursday. . DEPABUraUK.. Sydney via Brogo, j Daily, (Thurs Eurobodalla, Moruyn, A®l- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburn; y' ) at 11.30 a.m. Kameruka, Candelo, and Mo- 1 Mond»ys, 9.30 gilla ; end Monara'via Tan- 1 a.m. tawauglo, ' \ ) Kameruka and Candelo ; and | Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, f 9.30 a.m. Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbula i Sundays, 10-30 and E...

FRIDAY, 15TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

Friday, 115th . August. Askew v P: Lanoan. — Mr. . Mauby for, plaintiff;; Mr., Rawlinson for defendant. f4jk action for damages to plaintiff'£hi'oughi,de-i : fondant having caused a search (warrant to,: issue for a ^irtji. '.Defendant leftfhis 'horse , tied up at Telegraph office on tho night of ICth June. He subsequently found horse in Carn St. without saddle or bridle aud found : the saddle in Gipps St. , The only, suspicion, against defendant* was caused by his having been seen near where saddle was found. : Verdict £19 19s. Tlio Judge remarked that' it was hard that plaintiff, who had borne a good character for 25 years, should be sub jected to such an annoyance on an unfoutt-. dec! charge, aud ho remarked in severe terms on the P. M. aud the police for tho issue of I tho search warrant. Mead v. Sutherland. — Mr. Rawlinson for plaintiff ; Mr. Mauby for defendant. This was an action for wages,. It was admitted that plaintiff -had done work on the defend-, ant's property, but tho ...

COMMERCIAL. G. BASLINGDEN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

COMMERCIAL. G. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT. Store Cattle. — The market here is still in a stagnant state aud but little business doing. I have enquiries for store bullocks for delivery, in thb Spring, at £3 5s aud £3 10s, which price I- think vendors will be in clined to take, but I do not expect to see much business done before October. I have dis posed of about 280 mixed, privately, and at auction during the, lost few weeks at nomi- j nal rates, and would be glad to find buyers for about 3.000 more. : Fat Cattle.— I have disposed of about 30 head at 12s Cd per lOO.Jhs, which I now quote as the; present market price. I have about 100 bullocks now on hand for sole, 50 of which are.prime. ' ; (Y , ' : Springers.— These seem to be the only description of cattle that sell at anything like then values which ,ai;e reguhtted according to 1 quality.* Quotations, £2 15s to S4 5s.1 ex pect to offer a prime lot at.Brown Mountain early in October. Horses.— I have disposed.of. 10 head, pri vately, from...

QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

QUARTER SESSIONS. After the conclusion of the Case Hatton v. -? Tapper -in tlio District Court the postponed sitting of the Sessions Court was held. Mr. Healey prosecuted for the Crown. James O'Connor was charged with steal ing £i, the property of John Schmans. ,, , Mr. O'Mara, ? instructed by 'Mr. C. J. O'Connor, amieared for the accused- The right of challenge was pretty freely exer cised but eventually twelve ' good men and true ' were got together, and Mr. Healey opened the case for the Crown. The circum. stances are fanylinr to our 'readers and are these : O'Connor, Tiemay, and others svefie' at E wing's hotel on the morning of the 26th May. The prosecutor came there with . money in his pocket; there were various shouts and prosecutor got drunk. He was put to hod - and his money was non est. O'Connor and Tieruav were scuffling in the kitchen and a book dropped oat qf the ac cused's pocket, which he at once said be longed to the old stonemason, and that he would give it to him. ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, August 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

_ OUR TELEGRAMS. (\Frpm oun Telegraphic Correspondents.] ? SYDNEY, August 21. The Revd. Dr. Kelynack, . .Wesleyan .Min ister, - delivered a -lecture last - night on - the subject ' the Pastoral weighed' and found wanting.' - There was a large audience and the lecturer was frequently, applauded, . . , Mr. H. C. Dangar'.has withdrawn from the contest for ^e,Ilpivereitjr election. ? : lue r Agricultural , roopipiy , nas, . .aisponsea with the services of Mr. Jules;, Joubprt. in consequence of some irregularities. ? . ? . .- j The steamship City of London from Lon don was off Cape Borda yesterday. Another disgraoefal isoene oCcun-ed in the Victorian Assembly on Thursday night be-, 'iweeri Messrs 'Gaunson and Patterson. The former called the latter .aj)ully.and(abjack guard and other sharp recriminations were, tised such as cur, wholp, and scoundrel i The ' chairman was unable to keep order and tlie House adjourned amidst: great uproar. ? -The Lancefield bank robbers ?originally' intende...

EDEN DISTRICT COURT. WEDNESDAY, 20TH AUGUST. (Before Judge McFarland.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

EDEN DISTRICT' COURT. Wednesday, 20th August. . .(Befoio Judge McFarland.) Donnelly v. Doyle— Mr. Manby- for plaintiff; Mr. Rawlinsorifbr defendant. An action for trespass to be ifcriedJJefore a juryi The jury, appeared, but the Juibstated that as the summonses had bepn'perved by post instead ofby the bailiff, they pfiS.' been ille gally . summoned and, ; could'j not . hear , tho case., it was uieretore postponed., by con sen tof the parties and by order of the Judge. Costs of day to lie costs' in the cause. ' . . Munn v. Schaefer.— Mr. Rawliuson for plaintiff; Mr. Manby for defendant. This case, the Merimbula closed roads trial, was postponed for the same reason. . McNee v. Alexander. — An action for board and lodging. Mr. Manby for plaintiff; Mr. Rawlinson for defendant. Mr. Manby suggested that as the case would involve re ference to family matters it should be re ferred to arbitration, which course the Judge also advised. By consent it was a-eferred to Mr. A. G. Flavollb of Boyd...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

THE /AMERICAN I0YELM C0MPAOT , FROM New York, Sa 1 Francisco. & Sydney^ HAS J ijOT ^RRrVED i. mil I . looi c™qpiTii;s, - IS* And will OPEfrw .fHjdsfoWN, THIS Dl .Y oil For Address, re., see Hand Sills and Posters. Cheese Dairying. MB. H0LDEN'|e SMriaus of loitering it - to P$rta0mlyfoJi Mmy-o] 'be agreed upon, with some Bui^lefcarwffor the purpose of engaging in Chelfcmaking. v II. HOLDBN, f Wbllongong. For Sale. 'v QAA ACRES O.P. LAND; Conditions Ful OV/^' tilled. , Fenced aud improved. Good gross daddock. Price low. ? Apply to ? \Y. NEILLFA', ,'C i -S .. V Bega. Tor .Private Sale. SUPERIOR BLOCK, 300 ACRES LAND nearly all brush with largg, area adjacent # open to selection. Price low ; 'terms easy. - Apply to W^BILXiEY, ? ? ' ? . . . ? ? . . ,, ? ? Begn. For Sale. P^O^iJABLE'.;CAlTLE,^SijN lightly .^tbckeS. : Large, area freeselefcted. For'particulars apply to- ' ? ? Wm NEILtEt.-' ? . ? 'r Agent, Bega For Priyatft^gle. OAA St6Efi.Bm^P, 3.to6years, , l)V/U 1408 YourjjprwJtt...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondence.] COMBINATION BUSINESS. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify curselves with tho opinions expressed by coriespondents.] , COMBINATION .BUSINESS.. ; ( To the Editor of tlte Bona Standard ) . Sib. — I see a chance of combining business. First, tho' railroad; tb -Eden ; second, the bridge at ? Tarraganda ; ! third, i .the hospital. : -Fprvtlie first two ,a mooter. petition is .want- J jed.|'ior the Jhird,',' a . couple hundred, or' so/i -?pounds. The KUm of '.'£6 ! positive,' ' ; anil ' commission of ,2 J per cent, i would perhaps induce a competent person to obtain sirnil. taneously signatures for tho memorials,' Yind' subscriptions to the hospital ; and thus kill t/o-ce hn'ds with the -same gtope.-^I am &c. - ' - . f ; NV.0I. 6.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

GENERAL NEWS. , Parliament stands further 'prorogusd from the 2Gtli inst. to the '23r^ of next month. | Telegrams fi'bm :Vietana !i'eporfc that the branch of tho Commercial Bank of Australia, the head office of which Hs in Melbourne, was entered on the mornihg.of Friday 15th inst. by two uion;, pne of 1 whom , presented a re volver at the head of 'tlie accountant and the ntli pv nn.nifi bnrn'nd file nmm ini- nv l,,'m aiid tieel liitn Up., , l They 'fhen ' proceeded to help themselves to the cash, taking £877 worth in notes, gold, and silver. '. A custom er of the .bank parue in to,.pay . in £200 and he was also bailed up, but managed to secrete all his bash under ? the hearth rug in the manager's room, aud the robbers' missed it. They went off. towards Wotfilerid and police and volunteers turned out to pursue them. Tke'men gave but tliat they were- the Kelly ' gang1,; and:tho finished' inodP of robbery and ' mysterious disappeaxaute ' favoured that | idea. ' Lancefield is an /agricu...

STEAMER ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 23 August 1879

' STEAMER ACCOMMODATION. (Tr- the Editor of iJie Bega Standard .) Uear sir. — Tlie owner ot a steamer, being willing to put. her on the trade between Sydney, 'Eden; 'Tathra', 'aiid ' 'intermfeidiatb' ports, if any inducement offer, has commis sioned me to enquire amongst the residents of the several ports, about what amount of freight they could guarantee him per month, thereby -aseertaihing. what -prospect there would be.of getting. a fair. ' support to make .it-.payablev . .. , y | It is I think generally admitted in your | district that another steamer is desirable, if | not really necessary. j I should deem .it ar great favour if you j would give pubhcity to-- this iii'your paper and endeavour with the help of oilier gentle men to obtain the: opinion -joffsthp} puWife, ; either by meetings Or in any other way you might think it most, desirable. . . I have communicated with-' othter papers on the same subject, trusting you. will mu tually co-operate with all others interested ino...

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