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EDEN. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
EDEN, ARRIVALS: April 7.—Yon Yangs, (s.), Captain Hassellton, from Melbourne. Passengers—4 in the steerage. April 9.—(Jipsy, schooner, from Syduey, Captain Wright. DEPARTCRES : April 7.—Yon Yangs (s.), for Sydney. Passengers— Messes. Hussey, and Tiefcillian,Mr8. Gwynne, Miss Bligh, and 3 in the steerage. IMPORTS : Per Gipsy,—32 mats sugar, C. H. Witton; keg nails, plough, keg glass, bundle rope, bundle spades, 2 cases ironmongery, bale drapery, parcel drapery, 40 bags flour, quarter tierce tobacco, Prescott; saw-bench table, 3 bundles ironwork, plough, Gowing; 13 bags salt, bag rice, D'Aicy ; 20 bags flour, quarter cask port wiue, quarter cask whiskey, 5 cases genava, 3 cases brandy, parcel samples, 5 casks bottled porter, case toffee, 5 boxes sperms, 5 boxes moulds, 2 tins salt, 2 casks picnic biscuits, Barclay and Teas; 10 bags flour, Ritchie; keg batter, Barclay and Teas.
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney? Wollougong, Moruya, and Bodalla, via. Clyae, every Thursday. And Monday at 6 a.m. Sydney, via. Merimbula steamer, every Thursday, at 6 a.m. Karaaruka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbnla, and, Eden, «very Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Monaro, every Snndavat 6 a.in. POST OFFICE HOURS, REG A. Open daily, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and ou Suuday' from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. On Wednesday's and Saturday's the ofticc will be open till 9 p.m., but all letters intended for registration must he posted before 6 p.m. under any circumstances.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
Steam to and From Sydney. THE public in the Di&ferSet of Bega, Monaro, and Twofold Bay, are respectfully informed that during tlie 'temporary withdrawal of the " Hunter" the Kiama, steamer, under charge of Captain Sullivan, will make the weekly trips between Merimbula and Sydney, calling at Tartbra, as advertised, viz., Lbava SYDNEY every Weditksdat, at 10 a.m. Lbavb MERIMBULAeveey Fbiday at 10 a.m.. The Ki&ma lias been fitted with new boilers, the machinery improved, and other alterations have been made, materially affecting the speed and comfort ofthe vessel. Fares and Freights at lowest reduced rates, already advertised. E. MANNING, Manager. Sydney, April 6,1866. Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. THE Fast and Powerful Steamship, uv r\ tt v i s a a 11 been permanently placed on this line, will run from the above ports with the greatest punctuality. Including first-class provisions. Freight to and from Sydney or Melbourne, 20s. per Ion. Leaves Eden for Melbou...
STICKING-UP AND ROBBERY OF THE GULF MAIL A BUSHRANGER AND ONE CONSTABLE SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
STICKING-UP AND ROBBERY THE GULF MAIL A BUSHRANGER AND ONE CONSTABLE SHOT DEAD. Last Wednesday evening (he Moruya mail brought the in* telligeuce that the Nemgundah mail, several stores, and other places had been stuck up and robbed. Supposed to be by Clark's gang, or what is termed the Jingeramob. Our information is from verbal reports, therefore we cannot vouch for their accuracy. It appears that on Monday last, a gang of bushrangers, with masked faces, stopped the mailman as he was coming uut of the Gulf, and robbed it. They then met Mr. Eminett, who put his horse idto a gallop and tried to escape, but the robbers, after firing four shots, brought horoe and man to the ground, killing the hoise and wounding Mr. Emroett in the thigh, then rifled him of his gold watch and chain, and £200 in cash. They then proceeded to the Gulf and robbed several stores, and while in the act of sticking-up Drew, the butcher, the only policeman in the Gulf, constable O'Grady, who had just risen from ...
Local and District News. THE ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
THE ANNUAL VESTRY^ MEETING. On Tuesday, the 3rd inst., the annual Easter vestry meeting for the audit of church accounts for the past year, and election of Churchwardens for the ensuing year was held in St. John's Church. There was a small attendance of parishioners. The Rev. J. L. Knight, M.A., presided, and the outgoing Churchwardens, Messrs. J. Davis, R. Ritchie, and £. Haslingdea were re-elected. From the abstract of accounts presented and read by the Hon. Secretary in detail and passed, we are most happy to find our financial affairs, although, not so flourishing as at the termination of the previous year, yet, in ft satisfactory condition : the Treasurer's account, showing the to$al receipts during the year, amounting to the sura of £23819s 2d. From this amount the sum of £16215s. has been paid to the clergyman's stipend, and £29 16s. by subscribers to the General Diocesian Fund, making a total of £192 lis. remitted to the Goulbnrn Church Society during the past year; and, whe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
TO COKE OF* tuesday, THE 17th APRIL STEZT, ON the bags: course, the flat, fronting Mb. BISON'S HOTEJi. judgerobert Bit hue, Esq. Stewards : John Tarlinton, Esq., j JobnDaiffloii, Esq., Ohas. Bjrne, esq-, I johu^hifiU.m.D.iJsq, r.T. Kirby, Esq., | wm.lfcrlinton, Esq. Clerk of the Coursemb. Ceu., m'6b¥(>ob. Starter:—mb. John Ottok. FIRST RACE. Allan-a'dale and Volunteer, one mile; one evea t ■ Prize, the disputed Maiden Plate of £1619a., with a subscription sweep added. SECOND BACE. ; The piokxc Subscription Stakes, two miles ; one eventj for all hacks, to be handicapped by the stewards or whomsoever .they may appoint. Prize, — —, with a sweepstakes ot 6 per cent, on the prizelo be puid as entrance"; second horse to re* ceivethe *weep. — bules AND begtfl^ions. Bandwick Rules generally adhere# to, but inall cases the decision of the stewards to be final. The Pienie Stakes, post entrance. . First race to start at 12 o'clock. 7*t FEED. BERNE, Hon, Sec. BTOTICE TOSSR TB& EEAX P...
The Bega Casette. "Quod Petis HIc Est." SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
*€$e Bfga #ajettt. "Qaod Petjs JticJist." SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866. In presenting tlie Gazette to our subscribers this week, in its present enlarged form we are influenced solely for their l-euefifc and in accordance with their expressed wishes; the alteration has entailed on us a considerable additional outlay, having to purchase a larger printing press cm! other: material, in consequence of which we are obliged to increase the rate of subscription1 by one shilling in the quarter. This small i increase will be very trifling to individual subscribers, while to us it will be of con-4 :d$rabie i,mj>ortance. local circulation; and we have been enabled to carry on the business unembarrassed by pecuniary difficulties, yet is our income and expenditure so nicely balanced that there is no surplus for contingencies, no interest for capital invested, nothing for wear and tear of material; therefore, in justice to ourselves and for the permanancy of the paper, we are compelled to a slight ...
Shipping Intelligence. TARTHRA.ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 14 April 1866
S%i#9 TARTHRA. ARRIVALS : April 8.—Ellen, schooner, from Sydney. departures: April 9.—Ellen for Sydney. imposts : 100 bags flour, Order; bag flour, package snuff; bag sugar, bag salt, Gee; 15 bags flour, Allan and Wood; box soap, 2 bags flour, Hand; case kerosene, 30 boards, chest tea, box soap, box candles, box starch, 3 bags salt, package paper, 2 cases, Thomson; case, Rogers; 22 boards, Davis; bundle copper, package nails, o'Kiel.
MURDEROUS ASSUALT BY PRISONERS UNDER ESCORT NEAR BARGO BRUSH. ONE CONSTABLE SHOT DEAD—THREE PRISONERS WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
murderous assault by prisoners under escort near bargo brush. one constable shot df ad—three prisoners wounded. w (From, the Herald.) A report reached Sydney on Saturday evening last that some prisoners, wb:,e beii'™ esco" c;d by police f om Berrima to Picton, bad suddenly 1 sen against the esco; i, and that one consiable lost h?s I>fe, and tb'ee prisoners were wounded in the affray. Upon inqv'iy yesterday we found the repot t unfoitimately too true. It appears, from the information we have been able to gather, that eleven piisoners, who were eei v'o« va lovs terms of impv'sonment ;nEeri)magaol: and who badbesn employed as stonecutters therein, left that establishment on Saturday monvng, :u charge of Seigeant Healey and tb^e constables, who were instructed to e.icoit them to Sydney, it being the intention of the authoiities to employ the pi."toners in cutting stone for the new wing now being erected in Darltnghvrst gaol. Before leaving tbe gaol, the piisoners were searched, as is...
CONTINENTAL SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
CONTINENTAL SUMMABY. In the French Senate, the Marquis Deossy made a veiy violent speech denouncing England, which was received! with great disapprobation. | The withdrawal of the French troops ] from Mexico is reported, but the time is1 not yet definitely fixed. The Senate, in reply to the Emperor's speech, states that France cares nothing for the haughty menaces of the United States. On February 22nd, at Bucharest, a large body of troops invaded the palace of Prince Cuza, made him prisoner, and forced him to sign his abdication. A new Ministry has been formed, and the vacant throne is offered to the Count of Flanders, but de- j clined. There is a rupture of diplomatic relations between Russia and the Holy See. France, Austria, Spain, and Belgium have offered to the Pontifical Government a contingent of 1000 men each.
Local and District Items. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, APRI. 17th. (Before H[?] Wren, and R. Ritchic, Esqrs., J.P.'s.) Black v. Nickle. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
iw$. WAC COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. — • Tuesday, Ape v I7th. (BeforeH Wren, pad E. Bitct'c, Esqrs., J.P.'a.) B'ock v. Nic'V. ! A Mil''* Nc'V^e apper"ed on avwmons ,ehp''ged by VP'''iam Black, of Wolutnla, with '''ega'ly U- \' ig »-jd d i ■" ig a way s-t pigs b's prope; r. Pls'ili'Tca1'; 1 i.wo w'taesses, \V,,-p ii Condoa p id j 3W Yhaei Butler, who identified the pigs. Defendent, in defence, ca^'ed b's lather, Joliu Nickle who oi-1y ideiiii'ted the pigs by lhe car marks. Vcid ct, the tjiga to be delivered up to pln'itiff Poi;ce v. G'"p"d.—Horse steal's*. T'mothy Jess ewo. i: I pn a laborer s id reside at the Muvnh; on or b&lt; &lt;bre the 28th Maxell I was com\x=req-\ iigii -oin the Mr .■£>'», when I calkd into GT'b'd'M ; I told l'"m that he bad a hoise of Mr. Grow; >s's in lis paddock; he told mo logo don 1 a id look at it; vbi«e I was look'^igat the ho-.:e tlw de enda~.ii., llios. &lt;3''o-d, i-nd b's brother, cp .ne tswa-dh »nc; I askt-d b'oi where be ...
CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
CHINA. The extinguishing Taeping x'ebellion is followed by dangers equally menacing from Neinfein and revolted braves in. various parts of the empire. Pekiu is in a dangerous position, a§ the rebels have expressed their sympathy to sack the capital. The Neinfein have advanced to within twenty miles of Hankow, and the surrounding villages are in flames. The city is crowded with wretched destitute refugees, sfhe foreign residents are making the ne\x=req-\ cessary.preparations to meet the emergency. H. M. steamers Algerine and Tardritf liave prepared for action, and the enrolling and dvillingaof volunteers is prosecuted with vigour. Nothing important at Shanghai.
The Bega Casette. "Quod Petis Ilic Est." SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
Cfje Bega ©ajcttc. "Quod Pi-tis Uic Est." SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1866. The cry of wolf, wo'f, h;i 3 b 3n rep'W J [y raised in Be^a. and a i often as it In3 ed the inhabitants, so oft m has it torued out to l>3 fa'se, with 'ittle or no foundation Theory rj'sed th;s time, althorgh con-5 ^ from our next door ne;ih" -i.. waa 1 ceived with much crsiu'ily here or/ ig t > the many false aVu*ms above a'lud i to. The report, however, wrstco t'u^ We refer to the., r cent i&lt;nd 0.1 the Gu'ph by bushrangers, in which one of the desperadoes 3-id a const ible were shot The civ ci'mst. n' z naturally k . Js thft i :ba ai.' a iti of this district to think thrt Br^a wi1! b3 th.en?xt place visit;d by iho .^..maraud\x=req-\ ing gentry. Bush ranging in placa of dejipi ">3, is on the increase; and instead of be«ig confined to one part of the oo'ony, h° • spread aU over it—north, south, east, and west—and notwithstanding 011 v nrntierou^ and costly po,:ce force, and the Felon's Apprehensi...
INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
INDIA. Ttie Bhootaii war has ended. The Armstrong guns were restored on the 23rd of February on the River Moness, and the British troops have been withdrawn, This war cost only half a million instead of one million, as originally estimated. At Cabool, the Sultan Muscat was murdered by his eldest son to obtain the throne. The British will not recognise the parricide. The country is very unsettled. Arab tribes on the coast attribute the troubles to friendly relations between the late Su] tan and the British. Notices forbidding unarmed vessels entering Ducas harbour have been posted by the British agent. Christian families are to repair on board H. M. steamers Veringe, Highflyer, and Oetavia. The Corromandel has been dispatched to the Gulf for the protection of life and shipping. The Government received a telegram to the effect that Cabool is in possession of Sudar Taean by capitulation. Baron Von der Meckens, the African explorer, was murdered with half his ex-, petition "at Bangera, ...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 16th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. London, 16th March, j The new Reform Bill proposes a county franchise of £40 occupation; borough £7 rental, lodgers £10. The estimated additional voters reaches 400,000. The advance towards democracyin Aus\x=req-\ I tralia is considered as working prejudicially to the interest of the colonies. Mr. Lowe resumed the debate on the Church Rate Abolition Bill, which was passed by a majority of 33. President Johnson's masterly speech denounces the Republican leaders. The Presidential policy is generally approved. There have been Fenian bank robberies in Canada; the Fenians contemplated seizing British Columbia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 April 1866
To Subsoritoera. -STTBSCRJ BESS are respect Tr'My re xuinded that theQarter, fcerm'nafc'ng 31st VABC^hai exoirrd. Teimfl of Subscription mew series), 3s. 6d. per Quarter. NOTICE TO COKRESPOXflENTS. Subscriber—Consult a medical man. TVc do not undertake to prescribe for oar reader.; but If you have an objec iou t > con\x=req-\ rult a doctor, we have no object on iu recommending you to the Poet Office-Stoics, where vo« can phy.io.yourself to your hearts content, at- a very low ilimre, from the umver n' llol\x=req-\ ioway "s Pills, to F.p*om f Jts and senna. Victim.—Vota cannot recover in the Small Dch; &lt; Court. The Act specially provides again . i cu.iiiis «p claims. Vou have no alternative but to sue in the DuiriCi Court, and -wait patiently for twelve months.