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LAND OFFICE SELECTIONS DURING SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

LAND OFFICE. Selections during Septembeb. No. 4S. — Thomas Tarlinton, 40 acres 1 rood, parish of Murrabrine, adjoining his measured portion No. 340. No. 46. — Archibald Spence, 80 acres, in parish of Mumbulla, between his. last SO acres and Curtis' land. No. 47. — Albert Ernest Green, 40 acres, under 18th section, parish of Narira, at Coolagalite Creek at south-west corner of F. Lee's 40 acres. No. 48. — Daniel Inskip, 100 acres, parish of Murrabrine, 18th section, to include the land formerly selected by W. T. Holtzhauser ] and abandoned.

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, September 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

QUE TELEGEAMS. [From oub Telegraphic CoiIbespphdknIs.J SYDNEY, September 25. The Exhibition is assuming a more finished appearance ; Jhfi attendance is expected to improve. Prices of admission will be re duced to one shilling from Saturday next. The steamship Cbimborazo left Adelaide this morning. The Wagga races commenced yesterday. Britannia won the Produce Stakes, Glad Tidings Ihe Selling race, Sweetmeat the Cup,, with Secundus and Swiveller second and third, Jupiter the Hurdle race, Narribri the Maiden riate. SYDNEY, September 26. The Australian Mutual Provident Society have just issued the sixth quinquennial report. The operations of the past five years have been unusually prosperous. The total surplus at the quinquennium auiwrots to £665,000, and tbe reversionary bonuses allotted exceed one million sterling. .tli A large attendance at tbe exhibition yester- \ ^ day } tbe various courts are being finished. WantliM1 nnnfinnoa anlflndid. '? Tbe Torres-Straits mail arrived at Cook...

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

PORT ACCOMMODATION. fBv our Panbula Correspondent .) Railways, roads, and bridges ; tramways, seaports, and port accommodation. A -grim, list certainly of wants for a olose-fisted Trea surer to grapple with, notwithstanding a three or four million loan, in prospect, to he scattered among the most favoured districts. What a pity, we, in this lor off corner of the colony, cannot come out out of the coffin of self, where there is only room for one, and unite in solid phalanx resolving to agitate our wants and determine what would be the most beneficial method of relieving them. Dairymen and others are beginning to con sider themselves not fairly dealt with by their Sydney agents ; and that, in the expor tation if their produce, they are at the not over-tender meroy of one shipping company does not mend the matter. Another market for our produce and cheaper rates for expor tation is the conclusion. And how is thi6 to be managed? By an open port at Eden and a railway from Bega thereto, s...

RAILWAY TO EDEN. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

HAJLWAY TO EDEN. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard). Sir,— I am glad to see that you have not I let the railway agitation die out. I should suggest as the first practical step that we should get up a fund by subscription to pay | a solicitor to draw up a memorial to the Government fbr the railway. I will give my j mite towards it. What do you say if we limit ulcsuuouiipiuuu nv uiui i- uunu) nuu x believe that ample funds could thus be got pp to pay all preliminary expenses. | If you think anything.pf {his you can put it in printand put my name to it. — Yours truly, HENRY FOWLER. Wolumla, 23rd September.

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

SYDNEY EXHIPITION. The following has been banded to us for publication : — To R. M. Bboad Esq., Secretary Inter national Committee, Bega. — Dear Sir, — I sent yon a telegram on the 17th statin; that exhibits could be sent at any time, and shall look for some on Monday next. I have room for a great deal of dairy produce and have a fine plaoe to 6how it in — cool, and a capital table to place butter and cheese upon; also provision for hanging bacon up. , I have written to a great many exhibitors and hope they will respond. It will be necessary for all exhibitors to produce a photo : when ap plying for a pass. If exhibitors bring one they may have by them, it will save trouble. There is much to be done yet, but when finished the International .yrill be worth coming to see. i'hove Kail pome trouble, and have got past that ; sh^hbve moro, hut hope to clear the lot. p. have some friends assisting me in favour of the 'district and I am anxious for a goq£ show. Let me know who the exhibits ...

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

LABGE STOBfl jp&Dj D'^piNG, Gippsstreet^£g^Maptei?|fe|!airy ing on a large trader-Apply to^ gmSjyi ' JUST RECEIVED, *§1 ? iir HITE Celery, Giant Victoria El^wb, VV Shoestring Tobacco, Mammoini|g jnato, Colonial Lucerne, Parsley, and Ameri can EARLYEOSE POTATO Seeds. W L. J. O'TOOLE. ^ i Coraf.- 'Corn. Gorcw L. J, OTO-/-LE' HAS his store again weljutiicked with the above grain, odwetymjrbfe delivered to patrons any diBtspcc wiLmiL/seven mileB V' at THBEE SHlLLtofoT^BUSHEL. He is very sorry US had to disappoint several customers in not having been sup plied during the late bad weather with sufficient to suit their requirements, aud must plead the exceptionally adverse state of the weather for the ' situation,' and trusts it r may not occur again in this our generation. LOOK HERE^ '? tJ. OTTOOLE haa jui^wccived a nutn-' ? iier of / 1 1 U.J ' C A M E L I A S ill PonXufe and liealtiiy - ... O N I O N S.fa gold sWnple. , , . \; SNO VV'J'-IicA H|& POTATOES ;p . . , (seed); ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do Dot identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify turselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] {To the Editor of the Sega Standard), Sir, — From an editorial in a recent issue I learn that after much uncalled for Iosb of time surveying preliminaries are on band, to the end that a bridge may be built somewhere between Tarraganda and the mouth of tbe ? ? XT ? «.'w ...1... „UA..U tki. Ka river*. UUWjOUj WUJ ouuutu wwuiohmwi. WU made a fool of in the matter of bridges ? Bridge No. 1 standB in the distance gleaming and white, a triumph of mechanical skill ; but like that man's umbrella. 'Why dou't you put up . your umbrella, and not get soaked ?' ' Ah, then, do you think I am going to spoil my umbrella, that cost n-e four and six, by puttting it out in this pelting rain ?' It is not i traffic that will ruin bridge number one. - Bridge number two will bave to be granted ; but what back-stairs influence is at work to fioiioa onv dAtriAffnn frniri ftiA ntrAit marl to Bega ? why are ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. The woman Catherine Webster, oonvioted for the murder of Mrs. Thomas at Richmond London, was executed on the 29th July. The culprit confessed that she had murdered , her mistress, but her story, if believed, would have rednced the crime to manslaughter. The fire at Dunedin caused the Iosb of luvetiii Duvtuiu ui wiiuui were umiuiou^ At the inquest evidenoe was abduoed to shew that the man Waters, in whose cafd the fire originated, deliberately set fire to his pre-. mises. He has been committed for trial. At the first of the Governor's State dinners, given to celebrate the opening of the Exhi-. bition, the Sydney .Press were not invited. The particulars of the speeches appeared first in the Melbourne papers, and .had to be rewired book to Sydney. A caae-fof going from home to learn news. A dreadful aooident happened on Monday week at Chadwick's :.saw mills; in Sydney, Some men were ; employed hoisting a. log- weighing 2^ tons when the crane broke and the log fell to the ...

ROAD GROWLS NO. 1. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

ROAD GROWLS NO. 1. To (he Editor ot the Beaa Standard. Sir,— The residents of Numbugga are at a loss to know what has become of the Govern ment grant for expenditure on their roads. At the present time the roads are almost im passable for teams or people riding on horse back. I suppose it is a matter of indiffer ence to Mr. Buhdock whether our roads are worthy of the name or not, as long as he gets his salary. If that gentleman has more worK on ins nands ttian ne can posBipiy at tend to, why does he not intimate so to ttib - Government, and thus relieve him of all pos sible blame. If such really is the case, a move should be made in the matter to have an efficient assistant appointed at once. I am sure the amount of revenue received from the inhabitants of Numbugga entitles them to have their roads kept in good enough order to enable them to get their produce away, even as far as Bega. At the present state of affairs — should we have anything like bad weather — peoples' lives are ac...

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

jL ? L ' v. m r. PROCLAMATION. It Una been, and is being Publicly Proclaimed by the Residents of Bogs District that tlie ALBION STORE Is tho only House whepe you can get GOOD VAWJE for ioiJR MOH0Y. SPUING ¥siBIMER GOtDDS, Our MR. HUGHES halbeen to 8YDNKY and hns Purchased the moCT EXTENSIVE AS. SOKTMENT of DRAPE BY, which wo shall offer to the Piblio at PRICES NEVER BEFORE HflAISD^JF. 8 Cases Prints & Muslins PRINTS, 4Jd, Usual Drieo. 7d. PRINTS. 8J1I, Usual Price, 8-1 WHITE 0RE8S MUSLINS, Satin Striped and Brocaded from id up. MARCELLA AND Pl( UE8, Splendid Vnriety to choose (ram. 2 Cases Drei s Materials, Oompi sing : — LUSTRES, in all th New Colore, from 7{ per v*rd i Usi al Price, 1b. FANCY MATERIALS 4Jd per yard; Usual IVice, BUCK ALPACCA. Snlendid Value, from 9d per yard ; worth Is, 2 Cases Ladies' & Child dren's Underclothing. 2 Cases Hosiery, com prising : — LADIES1 FANCY SILK EMBROIDERED HOSE „ FANCY SRIPED LAOE AND LISLE do „ WHITE HOSE, from 4dto 2s (id pe...

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

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

[ MAJtRIAGE. BUKNETT4S0MEEVBKE. — On the 23rd iusr., by thk R&r.J. E. Cairothers, at the re. eidcBceof tie wae's uncle, Bobert Burnett, of Double drceVtoVar Bega, to Anne Somer ville, .laugater eft Mr. James Somervil.e, of County of fermanqgh, Ireland. ^tanbarlr. True to our Principles. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879.

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 September 1879

Held Over* — Leader, Tanja Church list Road Growl No. 2, nnd other reading malter. Cattle Sale. — By an error in last issue the sain of cattle at Brown Mountain by Mi. &, Iiflslingden was advertifsedffor the 8lh in stead of the 1st October, Wednesday next. Police Barracks. — The works approach rnmnlption. and in another mnntli it tl,n weather is favorable, the building will be ready to hand over to the Government Let Him Stick. — An amusing incident occurred during the late damp weather. The streets were all quagmires, and a bitter anti incoporationiBt got bogged with his dray to the axles. There he stuck, and appealed for assistance. He was referred to his fellow workers in the attempt to clot; the wheels of progress, and was let stick. Whether he got out, or disappeared in the slush, our informant sayeth not. Was in Zcluland.— By the Rotomahana, the new 6tearaship for the Union Steam Co., New Zealand, advices come from the Cape thatCetewayo has been captured, alongAvith mi...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

J3EGA POST-OFFICE. a i; rival an'J ? pi(5i'Arcn ok mail s AURJVALS. Sydney via Goulbiirn, l!riii-l-j Daily, (Tuc? wood, Moruya, Eurobodalla', !? days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. ' j at 5 p.m.' ; Kamcruka. Candelo. Mogilla ; i G.l.nriH. Slid Monaro. vin.C #Z *l- ? Tintawaiigb. '; ' J Jvanicruka,. t^andelo, and Col-) Thursdays, oulbo, ? | 7'. :(J p.m. Eden, Panbula, Towambn, 1 Tuesday and ?' Mcriniliula, aiid VY'dunil.-i, ) Friday, 4 p.m. Jlonaro, via Wy.iiljinm and ( Tuesday, at 4 ' Palilalia, ' J ; p.m. ! Monaro. via Colomlju, and | Sunday, at G.30 ? Numbugga, * ' j l1-m* I Tanja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 ' J am. ' T)ie Majl )iy §t.camer rcnclies Hcga via TaOira on Wednesday or Thii^'lay. ' DEPAUTUREH. Sydney via Bropo, Cobargo, 1 paily, (Tlinrc Eurobodalla, Moruya, Braid- days excepted, wood, and Goulbiirn; ) at 1 1. 110 a.m. Jiamcruka, Candelo. and Jlo-j ^Joi'dnys, 9.30 'gilla; nnA Monnira via Tan- '? n.m. tawanglo, 1 ' ) Kamcuka anil Candolo; aud) Thursday, at Monaro via Colo...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify curselves with the opinions . expressed by correspondents.] j THE SCHOOL OF ARTS COMMITTEE. ( To the Editor of the Bega Standard). Dear Sib, — Can you inform me if it is or is not in conformity with tho rules of the School of Arts institution in this town for a committee-man to continue to hold office after having taken a contract in connexion with that institution ? I noticed some time since that Mr. Zingel succeeded .ap. contract tor lor a uroen ttoom, but 1 have not as yet ascertained through your paper or otherwise that he resigned his position, which I cer tainly think he has had ample time to do. I have hitherto been under the impression that if any officer of the School of Arts became even interested in a contract in connection with tlie institution at once vacated his seat ; and a case occurred some time since where * a committee-man became interested in an, indirect way and he had the very good taste, whether conforming to rule o...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

EVERYBODY should read the 'following . valuable Testimony : — ' REDGATE'S PATENT MEAL.—' It is an excellent article of diet, and will, no doubt, be much more extensively used '83 it becomes better known. There is a growing impression that the people generally ea ; tod much meat. Those who prefer that their diet shall be largely of vege table substances will find in Redgate's Patent Metl an .agreeable variety.' — Sydney Morn ing Herald, Januart 16, 1879. ' It is a most wholessme and nutritious article of food, and is espccill]jp|dapl£d for -family use. The articleVs lawelnqbmin^ into geueraL consumption. rFeb. 1879. ' The- very gibaE £lle weady. obtained for ReJgate's Patentjl&XKallshows that it is exten sively known, anathat lts,' merite'are justly ap preciated. In any case where it has not been tried, we can confidently recommend it as a most palatable and' nutritions article ot diet. It is put up in a neat and* portable1 bags, and is sold by all grocers and-dealera at a ma...

ROAD GROWLS, NO. 2. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

ROAD GROWLS, NO. 2. , To the Editor of the Bega Standard'.' ? ' j Sib,— Those who are complied to travel the northern mail road as far as Brogo Pinch will bear out my statement that 'the road throughout isa disgrace to all concerned.1 in its management. From Bega there is a series of quagmires until.. the unfortunate., traveller struggles out of Campbell's Lajie, and when on high ground matters are not unproved, tor with fow exceptions the whole ? of the track as far as Alsonn's Greek is inffiv. sected with dangerous ruts aud bogs. Ar riving at Iuskip's garden, the detour through Cochraue's paddock is a -terror in wet weather ; and the Pinch is simply an abomi nation to travellers. The first ascent is had enough, the heavy clay making travelling difficult ; but as the hill is ascended the road becomes positively dangerous, owing to the deep rut in the centre with ' barely room enough for your wheels— on one side the face of the cutting, on the other a precipice. It is a vronder to m...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

GENERAL NEWS. Father Hennebury is continuing his Tem perance crusade in Queensland, and is now holding meetings at Rockhampton. Extraordinary disclosures are looked for in the prosecution of the Directors and Manager of. the Provincial and Suburban Bank in Melbourne. A strong bar has been retained to defend the accused. Up to the end of August the total rainfall in Victoria from the beginning of the year was only about ten inches, against an average of about sixteen ; inches. During September splendid rains fell in all parts of the colony, and the grass and growing crops are said to he making good progress. - It is proposed to have a grand demon stration of the Temperance and Friendly Societies in Sydney on the Prince of Wales birthday. To prevent the recurrence of the jealousies that marred the Exhibition pro cession it is intended that places shall be fixed by ballot. It was rumoured .that Ned Kelly made his escape by the Chimborazp oh 'her last trip home. The fact that a/passenge...

GOOD TEMPLARY. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

GOOD TEMPLARY. - {To iho Editor of the liega Standard ).. St a,— I wag solicited to join tne Hope of Bega lodge; and seeing tho benefits that tnany of my acquaintances have received from^tbcirconnection with the Order, I would gladly have jqined their ranks, and I intended' to join with tlie intention bf sticking to my ' oblicalion. When I went for admission I was informed that I blackballed. Now I 'would 'lilce to know what is the object of the Order if it is aot to reclaim men like myself whq feel that without tbe safeguard that the Order holds out t|iey cannot keep themselves straieht. If the Order is simply for tbe glorification of a few leaders it is clearly no place for nb. I feel that J have beet) thrown out through spite, as I know my character will stand comparison with that ot many that have been received into the lodge. Yours (fee., THOMAS TAYLOR. Bega, 2nd October, 1879.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

WOOD and COMPANY, WHOLESALE ^IWiXEU, ' C HE E S E '|i^0AaMl«0VISI0N-' lyXraKROHANTS. ? fil.Ollfi Sl'OKEia, SUSPJJX -STREET, Hctweeu ferskiiiol and1 Margaret' Streets, SYDNEY, ' Aud at fl Market-street, Melbourne, G R ATEFUL.— COMFORTING. E P P S ? S~C Q C_0 A . ' BREAKFAST. ? f( T- V a thorough knWUudge of the [natural JD laws vthicli govern ' the operations of digestion and riRtriSpU,/uiu a careful appli cation of/yth /meoijiiopcrties of well-selected Oucna; Wi'A fflijA liy provided onr breakfast tables Yv1 J11 lV,ICRtcl.v flavoured beverage which nnmsiive uAmniiy heavy doctors' bills, li is by ijy jmlicioiV use of sucji articles of diet tjint a eons-tituliiSii may he gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hiiudredsuf suUle maladies are float ing around us ready to iittack wherever there is a weak |mi:ii. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well . fortified with pure blood tnid a pfl-|«rly nourished frame.' — Sec article iii (h...

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