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

THE EDUCATION QUESTION. (From the Sydney Mail.) Intellectual power, moral worth, and exalted station will always carry with them great weight and influence, and prop erly so ; but it is a healthy indication of robust life in the community that there are so many persons who have the courage to think their own thoughts and to give straightforward utterance to them. Arch bishop Vaughan is entitled to the respect of those who differ from him, for the cour tcsy and candour with which he has pro claimed his views ; but it would be con ceding too much to admit that the Arch bishop really represents the sentiments of the lloman Catholic laity on the question of education, as witness the fact that not even the threat of the most dreaded pen alties of the Church is potential enough to withdraw from the Public schools of the colony more than an infinitesimal propor tion of those who attend them. Tho same thing is observable in Ireland, where there are hundreds of thousands of Catholic children...

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

WANTEDS J | | A BOOTMAKER. Apiw / yfu Ji an and i McMabon, 13BGA Gipps- Street, Bega. J .?!-? Wanted, A STRONG ACTIVE GIRL, as housemaid. Apply at UNDERBILL'S FAMILY HOTEL, . . Bega. I.CM3.T. Hope of Bega jLodfc^tfo.66. A PUBLIC 1JNTE ITAIKMENT will bo given in the Scht jl bi Arts, On Tuesday, 30th September, 1879, in connection with the aoove Lodge. . Particulars in future issue. ? B. GENTLE. I. O.J3. T. Sothern CrossL$fee Tty. 116. PERSONS wishing tofjoi^JHii Ordijr of Good Templars are informed t! at tlis Lodge holds its Meetings every Saturd iy Evening, at 7-30. Candidates can be initiated at any meeting. , By Order of the W.C.T. C. NEALE, W. S, i £240,000,000 was the value o£ Money Spent in drink, and the losses caused by drink in Great Brit ? tain daviug the Year, 4878. 1. 0. G. T-' Star,' MEETS in Bi-. Cw) JlJ Vfdiac's Boom, TA' !JA,av®jW\fednes nesday, at 7 p.m. . Imtiafon Fee : — Males, 2s 6d f :males,l Is Gd. No further paymcntsfcor 3 mlnths. W.C.T., Bra. T. J. Ec-lfy. WIL...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? ? , ' |- f From oub Teleqbaphic Cobb,espondents,] SYDNEY, September II. The weather broke early last night and there are now signs of its clearing up. Floods. y* reported from all parts of 1 the country, \ I, causing considerable damage to. .crops and, \ property. A portion of a culvert at Back Creek being carried away causes suspension of- railway- goods traffic. ' . ? A heavy sea is still running on tho coast. Messrs Want and Bruce elected joint, secretaries to the Agricultural Society... A disastrous fire .occurred at Newcastle last night ; four buildings consumed ; estim-. ated loss .£10,000. - The heavy storm only caused slight da mage to the Exhibition building. Despite tlie weather it has been definitely settled that the opening wiH not be postponed. The Governor intends to signalize the opening by a series of entertainments at Government House consisting of three dinner, parties, the first to take place on the opening day. The schooner Laurel, abandoned off ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents. BENBOOKA. PUBLIC SCHOOL (To the Editor of the Bega Steward): [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDS CE. [We do not , identify. cwsejves with ttopi nions, expressed by coriesjxitide'Qta''';''- ' BENBOOKA PUBLIC SCb4. (To, the Editor of the. Bega tSraortf).' Sir, — With reference to your Bri Moun t tain letter in the.Iastissne of tbeSt ard, of the stricture therein contained on, I iltered designation of the school, permit to ac quaint you with the following fact w;hich yon appear not to take cognizance 1. xiraic hi o imcu yyiuuiuys iu . ovukii Wales, respectively near' Bega, ] jweod,. and Drana. _ _ 2. Iu passing by the firoijo mtaiu m cemetery, [Oiie beholds a' cblpss ooden T cross on which is painted in c cuoue, characters : ' Erected by the C cs of * Browb Mountain and' Benbooka.'- ely if the Beabooka residents are. -ei d to minister of their snbstapee to those irown, Mountain for minor spintual njpitc b dis- - tance between the two plapes.ca^r such « as you would liaive us to believe, 'at r aro' | . undoubtedly entitled to an adeqnat re of- f the temporal lo...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISl'A TCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. Sydney ria Goulburn, Braid- 1 Daily, (Toes woi vd, -:11 oriiy n ,E 11 ro I -od a 1 1 a, J- days' excepted) Cobargo itud Brogo. ? J at 5 p.m . Knn'ierukn, Candcln.\Mogilla ; i ,, . ColouHw ? and Moaaio via i Tantawangb. ... ? J '-fw Kameruka,. Candclo, and Col-1) Thiir^dayF, -? ombo, ' .? ? . - ( 'V-.:-o p.m. Eden, Panbula. Tnwnmba, ) Tuesday and ? Merimbula, and Wolumla, - j Friday,' 4 p.m Monaro, via' ^yndhain and [ Tuesday, at 4 ? Panbula,- - .r ?' p.111. Monaro. via Colombo, iuid | Sunday, at G.30 ? Numbugga, 4 ? p.m.' -' Tanja (Nelsons'), } i Tuesday, 10,30 V ' ' \ \ I / ? a''-' The Mail by Stlnmeftreaclics Bega via Tathra oil WedntsJay ftrV'liirriday.' ! DEPA]lTtrRES. Sydney via Brogo, Ootargd, 1 Daily, (Thins ' Eurobodalln'Moruya, Braid- - days' excepted, wood, aud Goulburn, ; ) at 1 1 .30 a.m. Kameruka, Candclo. anS llo- 1 Moi'dnys, 9.30 gilla ; find Monara via Tau- a. in. tawanglo, J ) Kameruka 'and Candclo; and | ...

NO MAILS IN YET! (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 September 1879

NO MAILS IN YET! {To the Editor of tlie Bega Standard J. Sir, — Tho above was the announcement made at the Post Office this (Friday) morning -o a crowd of eager expectants. Thought I, this IB . becoming slightly monotonous $ doomed to. disappointment from Monday till jrimuy » uuiua iuu mug xor average human nature. . i8.lt a fact that wo .are living in the ' oldest and richest of tho colonics of Aus tralia ?' or should it rather be lendered ' the slowest and most penurious ?' Either our boasted civilisation is somewhere at fault, or somebody has blundered in that we are not reaping ita benefit in Bega. Rapid and regu lar mail communication is acknowledged by all to .be one of the necessities of the age ; .and yet although we are only 250 miles from - -the metropolis, our latest dates are a week ?old. True, an inch or two of rain has fallen, *nd true too that our mails have come almost within 'coooy' of us,: but the fact is 'no Jnuils are .in yet '1 One would have thought ?that seein...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Bombala folks have brought their post master to reason in real smart style. A mail arrived late,, Mr. Burke refused to deliver it; ?. a public meeting was called; Burke eat . humble pie ; promised to do it never no more ; and Bombala forgave him. After a lengthy, debate tho Newcastle , ?Church of England Synod elected the Rev. ' x uorouUf jjieotjuu viutu. ut nuwiuii, iiiiig land, as Bishop of Newcastle in the room, of the late Dr.Tyrrell. The Goulburn Church of England Synod passed the- tollowiugrpsqluiion unanimously : . — ' That in anticipation of legislation on the 'Education Question, this Synod deprecates any alteration in the present Public Schools Aot ; the withdrawal or alteration of scrip 'ture lessons now in use, or of the privelege conceded to various denominationB of im porting religious instruction in the class room' during school hours. ? The Victorian Meat Preserving Company are sending some splendid samples of their .manufacture to Sydney International....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

v. m R. PEOCLAMATIDN. It has been, and is being Publicly Proclaim ed by. tho 'Residents of Bega 'and 1 District that tlio ALBION STORE Is the only House where you cau get GOOD VALUE for TOUR MONEY SPUING & summer GOODS?. ' Clnr MR. HUGHES hns been to SYDNEY and - lins Purchnscd tlie l'nnst EXTENSIVE AS : SORTM KNT of DRAPEltY. which wc ' Shall/olKr to the Public nt PRICKS NEVER BKFORK . HEAliD OF. 3 Cases Prints & Muslins ' PRINTS, 41d, Usunl Price. 7d. ' PRINTS, Bid, Usuil Price, 8-1 WHITE DRESS MUSLINS, SaliD Striped and Brocaded from Oil up. MARCELLA AND rPIQUES, Splendid Variety . to choose frAu. . . £ Cases jjp^^\Materials, LUSTRES, in trap New JWers, from 81 pcrvard: DsAi]I*facc|lB. FANCY MATERIAL? 4JdL per yard; Usual , ? Pricci 8d. 1 \ BLACK ALPACCAi SplendiAValuc, from 3d per yard ; worth Is. \ g Cases Ladies? & Child dren's Underclothing. 2 Cases Hosiery, Com prising: — LADIES' FANCY SILK EMBROIDERED HOSE : 'v.- FANCY SR1PED LACE AND LISLE „ WHITE H...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

' Shipping, . Jllawarra Steam Navigation Company. ^Bi-weekly Steadier Sfcforeen Sydney, Merimbula'i '^Cathta and Edcii. f jnHE ?HUNTEBUiJr'Hl'ei' Steamers leave I SVDN E Y fibt' t/JtH R A , $1 ER I MJ3UL A , : jin.l EDEN,' every 'WEDNESDAY^ at 9.35 ii;larniug on 'FPIDAY. 1 Fares ant! Freighte atXowest Rates '' ' '? AGF.KTS : Eden, ,5Ir. H. KEON ; and at dcvinilmln, Mr- A.'T. GIBSON; at Tatln.i, p. BATTANQlER MEYElt. i ? June 2, 1879 , . ,..vy, . ' ' ' *? ? Business Directory. G.HASLINGDEN. U C T I Q f N E. E R, J?a,H , Z a,na\j5 encral, Agent. '? Office':- CHURCH STREET. ,'Sale Yards ; QHURpH STREET, ' ' , (Late F. BOj ;i ami Co.'?;) : ? ? BURlls & - b-, -^ttHOLESALE, AN|- HEW lh TIMBER W' . . ,X\ iBiEEpnlN'J.S, WENtWftTil''W'HAT!F;'To()tX)Il ITT STREET, SYDNEY.' Are Cash. Purchasers ol Coloni I Hardwood, jihd are Prepared to llccl ive Til .ber. on our Wharf, if consigned to us4\ and \vi 1 Guarantee Full Market- Price for same, at° an; time. All Communications addressed t us...

OUR TELEGRAMS. OPENING OP THE EXHIBITION. SYDNEY. September 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From ocb Telegraphic Correspondents.] OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION. SYDNEY. Sentember 18.' The exhibition was opened yesterdaj' amidst great rejoicing. The weather beautiful; al most all the population turiied out to witness the ceremony. The day was observed as a close holiday ; tlie city was decorated with bunting and flags of all descriptions. The procession was a partial failure, owing to several oi we large puunc uocues reiusmg to take part. In spite of this a good attendance accompanied by several bands of music paraded the streets, the procession being ac companied by Lord Loftus, aud the Gover nors of Victoria, South Australia, and Queensland, the members of the Ministry and other influential citizens. The line of the procession was thronged with spectators and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. Upon arrival at the Garden Palace his Excellency was received at the western entrance by thfe Executive Commissioner and the Colonial Architect, and thence proceeded to ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

Fon mouths past various correspondents have endeavoured, through tlie medium of our columns, to stir up an agitation in favour of a railway to Edcu, and have been so far successful that the subject lias been generally discussed, and has found favor with a great many of the residents in this district. Bombala folks, too, have begun to see that their interest lays with ours in respect to railway communication, and that if a railway is to benefit their district, it must be one that will give cheap and speedy communication with the Port of Eden, not one that will necessitate a drag over three hundred and fifty miles, via Cooma and Goulbourn, to the Metropolis. Here the railway project is viewed with special disfavov by those who pin their faith to our present outlet, Tathra ; and to suggest that Tathra is not all that can be desired is looked upon as a sort of hi'h treason. For ourselves we are prepared to admit that Tathra (like the rest of Sir John's tinkering ports for the districts ...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVALS AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

' BEGA ; POST-OFFICE. A -.RIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. AUIUv ALS. Svdney via Goulburii,.' Braid- ) Daily, (Tues ^ . \\^K»d, Moruyuj Kuroljodalla, ? day« e^ccptcd) V' jhargo and Brogo. j:it5j).ui. i»:nuomka,-Oandclo. Mocilla:/ u , ;' C.itouilK) , a, )d Monai'O, via A-1?''!!lyS' , Tviit .-iwanglo. . . ) 7--iO a.m. fs miOnAa^; Candelo, and Col- ^ Thujvdayf, j ?j 'lnU), . i ? ? . . I ;7 ??'0 p.m. 1 Panhul--, Townmha, I Tuesday aud v Morimbulh. and Wohiinhi,; | Kridav, A p. in iV.nkmro;' -'via \Vyjtfham and [ Tuesday, at 4 \\ PnuiHiln,. « .) ji.ni. nM^uaro. via Colombo, aud j Sunday, nl G.t-0 ?, .Xiinibu'jrga, . , , J '1 .li' ja (Nelsons'), ( Tucsdnv. 30.^0 ?, j a in. T1m» i\5'ail hy Steamer reaches lkga via 'J'.'itlnti :m Wednesday or Thursday. ; ? I DKPAETURKS. via IjJropo, Cobargo,) T)ai]y, (Tlmrs lOiuxjliodalla,- Moruya, Braid- S dnyn excepted) wood, and Goulbnrn. } at i 1 a.m. K:imenika, Candelo. and Mo'lMondnys, , yilla ; nnjV Mounra via Tan- - a.m. lawanglo, r , . . ) ; Kiinienika...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON; September 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

[From the Press Telegrams.] LONDON^ September 10. The British advance on Cabul is checked. Major-Geuoral Roberts reports that tlie in surgents hold the roads. The rising is gene ral, and preparations for a desperate resist ance to the British advance 'on the capital aro reported. The advance force were pre paring for an assault on the insurgents.--— - LONDON, September 11. The British Generals have determined to deliver tlie Afghan dimculty a quick and. sudden stroke. General Massey is pushing on to Cabul regardless of transport defe'ctyii He will engage' the insurgents before tliei capital. Beinforcemerits rapidly follow. The Afghan outbreak has suddenly caused great activity in Russian inilitary circles. A corpse of 10,000 men have received orders to march upon Merv. The Russian journals contend that Russia should assist England in settling the difficulty. The revolt in Afghanistan produced such a feeling throughout England that it is con sidered likely the complete conquest and. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

PROPOSED HOSPITAL. 1 f lpH13 want of such an institution is acknow » t» 1 edged on nil sides, and it seems it only ? «*r-ls that someone lake lie 'task in band, and meat trouble, 1 run c( nfidcul, will bp experi j:n« «.'d in getting tbcnrce sary fuuds together. . li is .intended (o ask. the Government for a mi«» at t)ic south-west go ucr of the police pad i »-?!- ; n'higlj dry and be filthy situation. It an .,n iv be obtained (here, - no trouble is overcome, jiii'd for £nt)0 a six*roorw d eoJiiipe can ho built iu'fl furnished. Ot tljjg £um the government will irrantponud for pbi nda so that £250 tijily U needed. Mr. James Byrnes, wtb called attention to the tii'ii|ui;;in .a letter to th i papor, will agree to (?u'lect £100 among the rages njen ; surely tbon jHi.ong tho wealthy resi- cutis and the numerous joi - * i oi*s the resfcjeau be aised., . I liavqjasked, (hp fpu \ clergyman to act as I'u-toes of the fuilfl unliL a sufficient sum be » »'«'}!, when a jmcQtiugJ. of subscribers. ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] ABORIGINES' BOAT. To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.; [We do not identify curselves with the opinions expressed by concspondents.] ABORIGINES' BOAT. the Editor cf the Bega Standard. ). Dear Sir, — WiU you kindly allow me to correct an error which appeared in the list issue of tliG Standard, with reference to the boat sent to the Aborigines at Bermagni. About eighteen months since I drew up a tn ncKnn +l.nt .. boat might be furnished at Bermagni or Wallagut Lake for the use of the Aborigines, and it was signed by a number of people iu this locality and forwaided ' through our member, and in response to that petition the boat was sent up to Bermagui. Your state ment that the boat should have been sent to Tathra as Mr. Peden and others tried to get one is entirely erroneous. Tho boat at Bermagui was obtained through tlie above channel. Yours faithfully ?' JOHN O'RElLIiY. ' Cobargo, 13th September. The statement made in our last is correct as the following letter will show : — Department of Lauds, Sydney; 22nd Aug...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The I. S. N. Co.'s new steampr; ig to be named the Kameruka, and is expected to be in her place in the trade in about twelve mouths. The long vexed question of the North-east passage has been solved by the Swedish Artie expedition. , The vessel has penetrated through the Straits, and iB expected to make-. Japan shortly. on- Garnet Wolseley is anxious to got hold of Cetawayo. He has promised that chief his liberty and a thousand head of cattle if lie surrenders. The amiable savage refuses-, to ' come in.' The London banks object to the floating of the new loan for this colony. It is not known yet what action the Government will ' take. The railway to Gunnedah was opened without much ceremony. Owing to tlie heavy weather the ministerial party were unable to get to Newcastle, aud the train went off with only a few local officials. At a lunclieon prepared for 150 only 20 sat down, aud the - inevitable address was read at Mr. Higgs.tk& traffic superintendent. A terr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

. Stud Advertisements. r-UKET the DULL 1|\tKS s!kd Adver tteementstbU season, ^uI/ttcValruL at £1 10s for space not cxc^fuinaS iS-hcs. 5s per inch for extra spaed \ BEGA STANDARD,^ I.CU3.T. Hope of Bega Lodge, TSoyB^. A PUBLIC ivili be given in tlis SclioJT Af «W) 7 On Tuesday, 30tlfl&y/l/bXer, 1879, 111 eoiniection with tlie abc^/lVdgc. Particulars in future iaate. R. GENTLE. I. O. G. T. Sotliern tJross Lodgel ^No. 116. PERSONS wishing |-l6)(kthlO|iJkBof Good Templars arc inlifn^il Lodge holds its Meetings ever! b%J/urdar Ewning, at 7-30. Candidates cal be iintVittd at any meeting. | 1 By Order of the W.C.T. 1 C. NBALE, W. S. I®', £240,000,000 was the value of Money Spent in drink, and the losses caused by drink in Great Brit ? tain during the Year, ] 878. 1. 0. G. T.-' Btoniigbtar,' MEETS in BVrJr27\ I. /Brine's Kooro, TAKJft, e^ely Mfeducs nesday, at 7. p.m.1 IfUtfatipn Fee : — Males, 2s (id ; Epmales, Is Gd. No further payments for 3 month s. W.C.T , Bro. T. J. KellyJ WI...

LINES ON THE APPROACHING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 September 1879

LINES ON THE APPROACHING INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. A NEsv-poRN race in Southern Seas, Art's highest conquest strives to seize, Conjures a work that fires a people's thoughts, A world-wide range of beauty grouped in courts. A mighty project, veiled in Work of Art.: j 11B Ollll, UUl ouuauuuo ft'.'-''' ou.wj impart, Cut skill to rise among the nations of the earth — A guide to thought where enterprise may take its birth. In chief pursuits of life, in scientific fields, In commerce and manufactures, a vital knowledge yields, And countless graces ranged in endless views, Uphold the love of art, and stimulate the '' ; : muse. ; ,An art great nations rarely bad displayed. When lo! Australia grasps in her tenth decade, The International of 79, is bnilt amid tho loveliest scene, Of waters rippling in embosomed baiys, round Sydney— Oceau'e Queen. Here, European culture greets the travelled savan's'nod, - And marks where leaders in llie southern world have trod. ' . Already noble countries in ...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

3SEGAi.pO siTrOFFI0Es , , ARRlVAT* AND UISPATCH OF MAILS, / « ? ' . . v/ltBIVALS. . . ' ? ; i ( . «. Sy4ncy .rui Goulbiirri, Hruid-) Daily, (Tucs wotwl. M6ruyh;*Eurobo3Mla,Y days cxcCptcd) Opbaj^o and IJrogo. J at 5 p.m. ; Kamci*uka. Cnnc^da Mn^illaji v, , . Ooloinlw ' and Monaro, via'- -V Tantawanglo. r .r . ?? ) '^Q.a.m. Katucralta,. Oandelo, and Col- { Tlinrsdnyf, ., ? oinbo, ? , ,. | 7.:0 p.m. Eden, ' Pnubiila. Towamba, I Tuesday aild Meiimbulnriind W'u'nin l.a, J Friday, 4- p.m .. Monaro, via 'Wyadhtim nnd | Tuesday, at 4 '? Panljuln, , . - , ' j' p.ni, Monaro. \-ia Colombo, abd i Sunday, at GI30' Numbugga; ?- '- ? ... ' j ; ji.ni, Tanja (Nelsoiis'J, ( Tuesday, 10.30 ' 'I ? am.' '- „ The Mail by Steamer rcnchcs.Bcmv via TafliVa on Wcducsday br Thtil'sniijv-' ; t 'n ? ' nr.PAETUJlF.S. ! , Sydney via Brogo, . .'Cjibaij^.J-Daily, fniilTs lCumbodalla',' Moruya',- ilraid- days excepted^ ] wood, and (jonlbin fi' ? I at 11.30 a.m. .'. ]? , . 1 ' ! '? ? ... r Kameruka, Candelo, aiiil '...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

BEGA DlSmS^^EY CLUB EibEg;; ?// .THURSDAY and FEIDAY, y j^st^nd 2nd Januaiy, 1880. . '* President : E. X. Coraan, Esq, j Vicr- President : W. ? llucbn; Esq. 1 ' Tbhakurbh : H. Underbill, Esq. '. .. SBOIIETAJIV.,:W.,Dow, Esq. first Day— -Thursday^. Jan. 1, 1880. ' (First Haec to start at 12.30) MAIDEN PLATK,Sof 40 sovb-, -vith a sweep for; .' starters of 2 sovs. ; -second horse to reccive tbe i sweep j ifo'r liiaidoii horocs^at tjmo ofnomina tioli reaching Secretary ; distance, ]J mile;: weight fdr'afec^ nomination, I soy., now open entrance to close At half-past 7 j).m. on the . 31st October, 1879 ; penalty -for winners—; once, 51bs tiviee or uiWO, ''Tibs : winners of;] , . two-jifar^d laces are eligible for, this race. ' J(Seiibud i-ace tbihut atSpAn.j - L'' BEGA CUP, of. l^-0~sovs., with h sweep for ! starters of a iaovs': each to go' to the second, , liorse ; for all com'ere ; to be handicapped;' ' l\Yiec rmi!K\'the coulee, about 2 miles. Nomi-: nation,'^ sbreliYptrt-ofcntraiics ...

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