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BEGA POST-OEFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

' BEGA POST-OFFICE. arrival dispatch of: mails. ARRIVALS. Sydney Tin Goulbuni, llrnid-) Daily, (Tuce wood, Moruya, Euiobodalla, '- days' oxccp'tud) Cobargo aud Brogo. J at 5 p.m. Kameruka, Cnudelo. Mogilla ; ) ?», , Colomljfl and Monaro, vial Tautayy.mg'io, ' ? :i.m. Kameruka,. Oandelo; audJSpl-') Thursdays, ombo, ? ' - $m- | 7.8P p.m. Eden, Panbula, T-sj|jjilia, 'l Tuesday and ? Merimbula, arid WoluBila, J Friday, 4 p.m Monaro, via Wyadham and) Tuesday, nt 4 - Panbula, j j,.m. Monaro. via Colora bo, nud (Sunday, at 6.30 ? Numbugga, , J ' p.m. Tanja (Kelsons'), I Tuesday, 10.30 J am. The Mail by Steamer rcnclics Bega via Tatljra on Wednesday or Thursday. DErAETDEES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, } Daily, (Thurs ' Eurobodalla, Moruya, llraid- - days excepted) wood, and Goulburn, J at 11.30 a.m. Kameruka, Candelo, and Mo- ) Mondays. 3.30 fiilla; and Monaravia Tan-- a.m. tawanglo, J Kameruka and Cnudelo; and I Thursday, at Mdnnro via Colombo. ? f «i.ho ,n'm 'Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbula ) ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

; [ADVERTISEMENT.] The Pastoral akd iProvisional Schools. XjTo tlie Editor of tflp Bega Standard ). Sib, — In your last tssue. you state that the Rev. Father HealW,-in ? dealing with the education question on the previous Sunday, informed his hearers that the de mands of the Pastoral Were not intended to apply 'to sparsely dppulated neighbor hoods, but in localities iwhero there were not sufficient children tl - support separate schools, Roman Catholic parents were at liberty to send th'eiii children to the nearest' Public or Provisional school. ' If this be the interpretation put upon the Pastoral by the resident priest, others seem to . regard it very differently. In the Town and Country Journal, of August 23, the. Kiama correspondent! reports that; in that district) there is a small Provisional school at Jarttberoo 'Mountain, at which a large majority of £ha children are bf Roman Catholic pardit^gej, 'Last week, the Archliishop's representative in this part of the diocese visited...

LAND OFFICE. SELECTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

LAND OFFICE. Selections for the Month of August. No. 89. — John George Dillon, 40 acres, parish of Bournda, between his 60 acres, and Johnson's land, and fronting Wallagoot Lake. No. 40. — William Smith, 40 acres, parish of Narira, east of his 80 acreB at Coolagalite. No. 41. — Henry Salway, 100 acres, parish of Bermagui, on Walluga Lake, two miles east from Gilvoets' selections. No. 42.— John D'Arcy, 60 acres, parish of Mumbulla, to include vacant land between portions 265 and 268. No. 48.— John' Peter O'Neill, 40. acres, parish of Wapengo, on north-east of his for mer selection. No. 44. — Alexander Munro, 40 acres, parish of Wapengo, on Wapengo Creek, opposite Rent's selections.

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

PUB tjelegkams. fFBOM OCB Tblbgbaphio Cobbespottdents.] SYDNEY, September 4. iivE tenaers received tor the extension from Janee to Kerandera. Messre. Fish burn and Morton's tender -will probably be accepted— amount £184,329. In tbe tliird trespass action, Davenport against Hnngerford, a verdict was given for defendant. crowded meeting was held last Wgnt on the subject of education ; the pastorale were ireely criticised. A sewus collision occurred off New castle yesterday between the steamers Saxonia and Fhcebe ; the latter was con siderably damaged ; no lives lost. Another scene occarred in the Victorian Assembly last night between Rees and Gaunson, lasting several hours. At a meeting of the creditors of Meyers *-?' and SolomoiV yesterday, the firm offered six and eight pence in the £, also a guarantee of £16,000 for eight and twelve months.. Eventually the offer was ac , , , .cepted. At the Victoria Theatre . last night 4V 'Trickett was presented with a handsome ' /gold locket as a...

TANJA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

- TANJA. [From our Correspondent.] Though we have not lately been heard of through the medium of the Standard's far circulating columns, life goes on at Tanja ; joy and sorrow, hope and disappointment, work and play, comedy and tragedy, anxiety of mind and blissful peace, come to us as to the rest of the world, and connect us in sympathetic bonds with our fellow humans ' across the {Bega) river,' and elsewhere. In one thing I believe we are a trifle ahead of other parts of the distnet ; our rye-grass is shooting up at the rate of an inch a-day ; in spots the thistle is in full bloom; this lovely wild ' Clematis ' scents the ' brush peas and beans may be seen covered by vigorous blossoms ; the beasts of the field are luxuriating in succulent young clover, and nnimn.ig begin to lose their winter coat. Amongst institutions for the people's bene fit, we have a school in which 45 children are to be gathered during the present month. This week 82 are present. At Wapengo; another school wi...

CANDELO UNION CHURCH. (To the Editor of the Bega Sumdard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

CANDELO UNION CHp&CH. . (To the Editor of the Bega Skmdard). Sir, — In reply to Unionist i. your is- ' .' sue of last week, the Secretaiylof Union Church Committee/ Candelo, wddd inform him, that if he applies to the'jFreasnrer, that gentleman will, no doubt, jatisfy all ^ his Queries.— Yours, tx., I , GENUINE UNDNIST. Candelo, 4th September. r T At Moruya a meeting was hd last Tues day to consider the question additional steam communication. No n . light was thrown on the subject, and thi q$?tuig ad joumed for a ?sreek.

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

BROWN MOUNTAIN. Few parts of the country cau shew more sub stantial signs of progress than that portion of the district known as Brown Mountain _ or Colombo. Tbe Editor of' this paper having recently had reason to take a run to the lo cality on business, after a lap$e of some four years since a previous visit, thinks that $oaie items of importance may be referred to as a stimulus to other parts of tbe district to follow in tbe steps of tbe Brown-Mountaineers, whose watchwords seem to be unity an.d pro gress. \ Brown Mountain district is so named from q brown looking bill, called in courtesy a moun tain, which although overshadowed by tbe looming heights of the great Dividing Range and its offshoot known as Bembooka Peak, still maintains a distinctive feature of brown against ' The calm proud glory of tbe purple bills' that hedge it in on the north, east and west. There has been a popular delusion that tbe appellation is derived from tbe strong muster of Browns that clustor under tbe...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

? GENERAL NEWS. The Bombala folks' are/kicking against ic . . icivijity and obstroctivedess in . their- :Post- Mastec. A meeting was-calledthis week to tiyind bpng about a better state of things. l^eCpmmodore of (lie Australian station intends,^) make .'Hobut Town bis, summer, ^partem 'in lieu of Auckland. The Wolveriue ? end two other .vessels will put in tlie coming , ^unjiuier-on the broad. waters of the Derwent. , . ; In Melbourne a claim lias been set up to tjroperty worth about live millions. Mr. '' ' HwiyMalrolmCildwell alleges that be. Iibs aCToWn'gfant of iau'dB, on which part of - - ? ? Emerald Hill and the greater part of Sand Tidgestand, purchased from the1 Government of -New Sonth Wales prior to tho separation - of jtbat coluny of, Victoria.' The firet steps' .. have been taken bya BaHarat firm of aue tioneers, to teat the title. . .. . Ibe specialapprbpnation'in 'Victoria for || ? tbk Ministers' salaries includes the' screw ' of W -cite members. The Postmaster-General ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] BEGA TO EDEN RAILWAY SEQUEL. I. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify tufselves with the opinions. ' expressed by correspondents,^] BEGA TO EDEN RAILWAY SEQUEL. ? I. To the Editor of the Bfga Standard. Sir, — Writing under the. above title per haps ' it would' be necessary, to give my opinion as to the best route^-that is, whether it should be by the coast or Wolumla. The litter, I presume, because by 'the former route it would not benefit anyone except a few in and around Bega township. I believe that the Jellat Jellat farmers are so in love ^ with Tathra that they would not patronize the railway via Wolumla, and we shall give them Tathra in a gift' (our share of it I mean) and I think that I may be safe in I saying, on behalf of those ' interested, that s we will bequeath the same bountiful favors \ on those interested in Merimbula. But your \ correspondent, ' Shipper,' will not be satjis- \ fied with any place except Eden by Wolum la, because it would be a general benefit by that route, except to those w...

MONARO JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

MONARO JOCKEY CLUB. Nominations for ' Sapling Stakes, 1880: — Mr. 'W. Cosgrove's bf Miss Lottery . ' bror blk f S.A. — ? : ? b f Helen A. &.1 cock's ch c Tantawanglo '. H.McKinnon'6 br or blk f by Kings ? borough. W. C, . Herbert's b c by Agamemnon J.Hutton's b c Freehold . J.. Cosgrove's b c by Maribyrnong ? M. Shanley'sch c Chester.

WORK FOR THE POLICE. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

WORK FOR THE POLICE. (7b the Editor of the Bega Standard ) . Sir. — Being a resident of that portion of the town contiguous to the Bega River, I beg through the medium of your jour nal to draw the attention of the author ities and the public generally, to the gross misconduct of some parsons in depositing upon its banks, dead horses) dogs, and pigs, horns, bones, and' other refuse, which emit smells of such a pestilential nature as to render it positively dangerous to reside in the locality. A few days ago a dead horse was drawn down Auckland Street on to the river bank, skinned, and there allowed to re main 'within 8 distance of 400 yards of several 'tenements. . Such actions as this are monstrous, and I sho'uld imaginei ohght ' to receive the at tention of; the -police, who could' periodi- - ^ally yisit the thinly populated Mparts and see that these intolerable nnisi^ces are re moved, and the practice of depositing them in such close' proximity ' to ' the residents discontinued. !...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

pOMERCLtf, STORES. SEEING SHIPMENTS. THE Undersignca begs to intimate that he'hns 3'»6t' received Lis EIRS^AROEL of ^priAGroods, v A^MuId invite SPECIAL » M TtON to tlie FOL L-prw& lines; ' - which he wiahel to bring before jour Men's Clothing and Mercery DEPARTMENT: THREE pASES ' ' ; 2ip®$ PAHET GOATS, In D^B.'sand S.B. Three Buttons, FANCY '? and DIAGONAii, At 22s. 6-L, ^3' Former Price ft * Similar Goods, 80s. 3 Cases Mpn'a T -ousers $ Vests. A. Splendid Lot - f Patterns, Wei) ' k'Made am Shrunk. MEN'S TROTTSTCPS A¥n VTCST ?*-*vy xjuw | jjuxj 21s. fid., Usual Price fa ^g^Mp^da^.30a. Men's Shirts, Re! Scarfs, &-?. A NICE PARCEL of MEN'S! FA8II10NAHI.E HATS, InJAll SI apes, l^e has also made ai rangemcnts for se'ipments TO ARRIVE } WEEKLY, By Steamer or Sailing Vessel, of which ' Due Notice will /be Given. J. CONNELLY. Church Services. ' Churcli of England. DIVINE 8EBVICE will bo hold at St. John's '' 'Bega, ? every Sunday Morning and Evening. iloly Communion on the...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

Shipping. , Mawarra Steam Navigation . : Company. .(Bi-weekly SteamerrBebween Sydney,: '.?.?- - Merimbulu,1 Tathrar and CEden. riaHB HUNTER ariaWhor : Stesraera leave . L. SYDNEY for TATHRA.MERIMBULA, wiJEDEN/iBiroiy : WEDNESDAY, 3.15. ; l,j&j a.m.,i'Oturaiugon JKIDAYs. -, I . Fares and F reiglits atLowest Bates ; Aqbnts,: .'Eden,' Mr.'H.-KEON;; n and at -, rferimbula, : Mr. -A. T. GIBSON ; ? at 1'athra, C. BATTAND1ER MEYER. ' ?.June-2,1879 'Ji' '- '!ii ?' . ?? - ? ?? -:t :: ' 1 Business Directory.^- ; .,,, . ...a A U C T I O W-E E R, ? ?Oefice': CHTJB.pil ?..STREET.,. , - ? '''0: ' (Late'F; Be^ tmd CW.'s.) '- J'4[ i-'':.' -? . . { ? :\ir' '? BURN5 & CO., ' ? (! ,?? -vrrHoXfiSAiiE' a^d -ttftwiliii ' timber' ?; .- « !fc-*ia$nasHJrw ?'' WEHTWOETH WHABPi' FootDRtJITT 'STBEET, : .. .- . SYDNEY,'';-' . 1 - ? ArtCas-K Purchasers 1 of . ?Colonial iHaidvrood,:. -, . w^ndare Picpared to Receive iTimber.iioh .ontj. j ffiwwigiiedto .at) 'UwdiwiU. Guarantee, , .' '#uU Majrket Pr...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

Eye Disease ? We are authorised by Mr. William Rixon to state that liis little boy has been treated by Dr. Lynn for an affection of the eyes, and that under his care sight lias been restored in one eye. Mr. Rixon expresses himself perfectly satisfied with the success of the cure.— adv '' Property Sale — Through an error Mr. G. Haslingden s sale of Mr. J. P. O'Neill's property was advertized last week as for Saturday 16th inBt. in lieu of 6th. The sale will take place this day. ' — ADV. ' Land Enquiries. — In reply to a letter sent to the Minister for Lands complain ing of the delays in getting certificates. 5tfr. Moriarty states that ' Mr. Commis '''sioner Burne's attention has been in- . ' vitod to ' the imperative necessity of the *' parties concerned being afforded the ear *' liest and fullest opportunity of making ' out'their claims.'! Mr. Burne has ga zetted courts to be held at Cobargo on the 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th, and 17th inst.; ' iyt Bega onithe 19th, 20'tb, and 22nd inst;...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 September 1879

: ' | DJ5ATH. ~ I HEAVEN.— At liar r®i4oDje,|JWyndham, on - the 85th Augtttt, EEza Heaven, | aged 67 llfep Atfrarfr. ~ True to our Principles. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1879.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

. , , = v. m r. PE.GGLA1ATI0N. jt.lins, been, and is , being Publicly Proclaim r '.by tlie Residents of Boga and' ' *? '? J)istaict tlmt the ' : ALBION STORE Is tlis only I^ouso whore you can got £009 VALUE for YOUR MONEY SPRING & SUMMER * pOpDS. Out MR. HUGHES lias been to 8.TDNHY and ii:is Purchased (lie most EXTENSIVE AS SORTMENT of DRAPERY, which we shall oifer to (be Public at PRICES ''NEVER BEFORE JI1£A(U) Off. g Gase$ Prints & Muslins PRINTS, 44d, Usual Price. 7d. PRINTS, 6}d, Usual I'rico, jjd WHITE DRESS MUSLINS, Satin Striped and Brocaded from Gil up. MARCELLA AND PIQUES, Splendid Variety to choose from . .2 Cases Dress Materials, 1 Comprising : — J.USTRES, in all tlie New Colors, from 8{ per yard ; Usual Price, Is. FANDY MATERIALS, 4Jd per yara{ Usual Price, 8d. BLACK ALPACCA, Splendid Value,' from 9d per yard ; worth Is. 2 Cstses La$ies? & Child dren's Uij-derclothing. 2 Cases Hosiery, com prising: — - « tADIES' FANCY SILK EMBROIDERED HOSE „ FANCY...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

; , ; . Shipping. . I . : jlllawarra Steam Navigation Company. / Si-weekly Steamer Between Sydney, Jlerimbula, Tathra and. Eden. fl 1HE HUNTER and olhtf Steamers Innvo 1 SYDNEY for TATHRft, MERIJ1BULA, jbii.1 EDEN, -every T-WEDJ ESDAY, at .3.15 «.m., ivlurniug on fRIDA f. Fares and FreigLt6 at Lo vest Bates # Agents : Eden, Mr. h/kEON ; and at - itferimbula, Mr. A.T. GJBSON ; at Tathra, C. BATTANDlER MEYER. Jane 2, 1879 Business Di 'ectory. G. HASLH IGDEN, A U C T I C N E E R, Man 3/ and Set eral Jlgent. Office-;: CHURCH STREET. Sale Tabds : CHUROH STREET, (Late K Be andCo.'s.) BURNS1& CO., -tttholesalb and /retail timber W MERCHANTS, 'Wentworth Whar«,- Foot Druitt Street, SYDNEY. Are Cash Purchasers Yf Colonial Hardwood, and are Prepared to Receive Timber, on our ! 'Wharf, if consigned to us, aiid will Guarantee Full Market Trice for same, at /anytime, ?v . All Communications addi^s^ed to us will re ceive prompt attention. ' WOOL VDVANCES, small or large, . against the comi...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

We area patient people ; a much endur ing race. When we do have a little griev ance, we content ourselves with a general growl, and with the vague expression of an opinion that ' they ought to do some thing.' No one for a moment realises the fact that on each and all of us rests the necessity for some exertion if we want to keep pace with the rest of the world. This week business is seriously inter fered with because a few creeks have a little extra water in them ; and for the whole of the week our Sydney correspon dence may be vaguely referred to as ' somewhere between this and Groul bourn.' Had proper and systematic agitatiou been kept up, and had our mem ber been backed up by the efforts, of a properly constituted committee here, act ing for the general ' they,' Brogo and Dry Rivers and the Double Creek would long since liavo ceased to be barriers to communication. We want a railway and we ought to have it. We sit still and see, or rather hair of, loan after loan, to the tune of ...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

felfeTH. COWDROY. — On Sipttmber S, at tlie residence of her mother, CluUulStoJ, B'iga, the wife of 11. 0. T. Cowdroy, Ban. 3f.P.,of Ncrrigundah, of a dnughtcr. J \ ' lega ^tairtaicb. True to our Principles. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1879.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

PROPOSED BjpSPITAL. AS appi/al. The want of such 'nu Institution isacknow ledged on all sides, and it seems it ouly Deeds 111 At someone tnkc'tlio task in hand, aud no great trouble, I am coaJidcnt, will be experi enced in getting. tlie mjoetfiiuy funds together. It is intended to asklhc Government for a site at the south -west comicr of the police pad dock ; a high dry and hoilthy situation. If ail ?acre be obtained tlicrc, anc trouble is overcome, and for £503 a six-roomp d cottage can be bui It and f urulBlied . ' 01 ihil sum the Govcrnpicfit will gran t jioupd for poind, bo that £2flj only is heeded, i ? ? !? -| j SI Mr. Jambs Byrnes, 'nfio called jltWutiiMi to the natter in a letter to tlis pnyfcyLiKv/U/ ajfree to collcot £100 among the) wage! jn't^surely then among the wealthy residents Md the numerous selectors tho rest can l-a rafaedv ? 1 have asked tlu- fdur clergymen to. act as trustees of tbe fund until a sufficient sum be raised, when a(meetii|g pf subscribers will be ca...

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