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LATEST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE (From the Home News, Friday, May, 26th, 1865.) AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
LATKST FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE (From the Home News, Friday, May, 2Cf/&lt;, 1865.) AMERICA. A telegram rtccivcd this morning pcrScotia, via. Crook haven, dated New York, May 17, announces the capture of President JeiTtiv.ou Davis. M. de Montholon, the French ambassador, has presented his credantials to President Johnson, on which occasion reciprocal expressions of friend ship took place. The emmigration excitement has some what subsided. &lt; ■ Phe intelligence of the immediately preceding mail reached to the 13th of May, and represented the pacifica tion of the country to be rapidly progressing. General Dick Taylor has definitely surrendered to General Cauby. General Kirby Smith, commanding the Confederate trans Mississippi department, and issued an appeal to bis sol diers, exhorting them to stand firm to their colours and as curing them that he has resources to protract the straggle till they can secure terms worthy of a proud people. In Texas some resolutions has been...
ANOTHER EXTRNSIVE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
ANOTHER EXTRNKIVR FI11E. From tht Empire. About half-past elpbt o'clock last night * fire which proved most disastrous in its consequences, broke oat in tie premises of Messrs. John Fraser and Co-, at the corner of York and Barracks streete. The premises in question are extensive three-story wholesale warehouses, and con sisted of two buildings divided by a party Avail. Messrs. Fra?crs and Co.'s business was one of the most extensive in Sydney, and the pi-einiseswere full of goods of all des criptions, some of them of a very iiiflamable kind. The fire was first observed in the top floor of tlit noitbernmost of the bouses, and in a few minutee had attained sv: h a hold of the goods in the store that any chance of gei iiug it under was wholly out of the question. Several fire en gines were quickly on the spot, but at that time the flames had burst out through the windows and were spreading so rapidly to other parts of the premises that any attempt to check their progress withiD the bu...
Shipping [?]igence. MERIMBULA. ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
MERIMBDLA. arrivals : July 22,—Kiatna steamer, Captain Houslcr, from Syd ney. Passengers,—Messrs. Thompson, \Tjldes, aad Ktw combo, and 6 in the steerage. departures: July 25,—Kiama steamer, Captain Ilou&ler, for Sydney. Passenger*,—Mrs. Greig, Mr.--. I'owles, Messrs. Greig, Mitclicll, Wren, Thompson, I'owles and b in the steerage. Imports : Case, truss, 32 mats sugar, 2 eases sundries, case coffee, case matches, case biscuits, aire oil, cask cuts, ca.sk bis cuits, chest ten, 4 half-chests tea, bag rice, bale leather, Sturgcn. Truas, Twyfonl. Case kerosene oil, Henry Kesterson. Collar, Jno. Welch. 4 kegs nails, 12 caste syrup, quarter cask brandy, quarter cask wine, 6 cases and C half ca.«es geneva, 2 cases brandy, 6 half chests tea, 2 bales hoop-iron, 2 kegs, Page. 20 bags salt, 9 cases gin, 6 half cases gin, hogshead rum, hogshead brandy, 2 quar ter casks tvinc, 16 bags sugar, &lt;3 half cheats tea, 6 boxes tea, case salmon, case oysters, 4 cases pickles, 2 cases s...
MAIL DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, Wollongoug. Muruya, and Bodalla, via. Clyde, every Thursday, and Monday at C a.m. Sydney, via. Merimbula steamer, every Thursday, at 6 a.m. Kamaruka, Wolumla, Merimbula, Panbula, and Eden, every Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a.m. Monaro, every Sunday at 6 a.m.
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
(To in* ei;iToii or the bkoa Gazetti.) Sib,—I should much like to know what your correspon [ dent ("Tim Bobbin") is aiming at. or what bis objcct is in writing (such a letter as tb.it which appeared in last weeks' Ga:e(lc; he does not advocate any public cause, or expose any existing abuse; nor does he complain of any unjust oppression : Lis sole objcct appears to me to bo a venomous and malicious vent of private spleen. There is I not a Free Selector in the «!if>tncfc but can see a incac, dilty motive concealed under a very flitnsey pretext. Docs "Tim Bobbin" think that a man, because be is a squatter, or, properly speaking, a grazier, is going to invite people to select on their runs, or that a squatter ii not justi 1 fin I, by any legal moans, to keep his run intact if lie can ; , Free Ssleetors arc al;;o nt liberty to selcct wherever | thev cun find land to suit them. I can inform him that I fq>i alters ;is well as free selectors are not philanthvophists, j they are each o...
[?]he [?]ega [?]lle "Quod Petis Hic Est." SATURDAY JULY 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
"Quod PetiB Hic"Est." SATURDAY" JULV 2°. Men of little note, or obscure individuals rising or en deavouring to rise in the world, are very tenacious ot their dignity: they fire up and are offended at the slightest want of eourtsey from the class they aspire to establish themselves among. Whereas a man of known position, whose character and reputation is established not only can pass unoticed. the breach of many of the etiquettes and conventionalities ot society, but indulge in any little eccentricity he may feel inclined to, with out'affecting his social position—not 60 with the strug gling man, he is not only obliged to be very circum spect in the observance of the rules of that society he is endeavoring to establish himself amongst, but also tc demand from tlism the universal usage of common courtesy. We arc in the position of the struggling man,"whc has a name and character to establish, and like him, are jealous of the want of any little eourtsey usually observed in journalistic...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
small debts court. Cullen t. Meethcr.—Verdict fgr plaintiff. Biyan v. S"me.—Verdict for plaiutiif. H. M. E. M. steamer, Salsette, pat iuto Twofold Bay on Monday the 24th inst., at 12 o'clock for repairs, hav ing met with heavy vreuther, and canied away licrfcrc-top mast, bowsprit, and seriously damaged the wheel j one lascar washed overboard and drowned, and one able 6ea- I man sent through the sky-light into the saloon, and broke j his leg. The Salsette bad the mails for England on board and leit Twofold liay on Tuesday at 12 o'clock having been ] determined 24 hours.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. G. Eltheringtoti, 2s Cd; Mr. W. Thomson, 5s; J. Davie. Esq., 2s 04 : Mr. J. Baker, Sydney, 2s Cd; D S. Kirkwood, Esq., 2s Cd; Mr. Edmund Mitchell, Towomba? 5a; Mr. P. Manning, 2s Cd; Mr. Tcrnis, 2s Cd ; Mr. Jf Schick, 2s 6d; Mr. James Porter, 5s; Captain Lloyd, 5s f Mr. Diversi, 2s 6d; Mr. M'Pliee, 2sCd; tt. Gwynne, Esq} 5s; Mr. J. Davis, New Yard, 2s 6 ; Mr. Isaac White, 2| 6d; Mr. W. Ilaigh, 2s Cd; Rev. E. II. Gwynne, 5s; Mrj F. Boiler, 5s; Mr. A. lv. Page, 5s; MrE. Molesworth, 5si Mr. Binsted, 2s 6d ; Mr: J. Hilton, 5s; Mr. W. Prescottj 2s 6d. i
[?]istrict News. EDEN. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. (Before the Police Magistrate and H. Solomon, Esqrs.,) FOLEY v. SHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
(rtcf ISiCW*. IiDKN. COURT OP PETIT SESSIONS. •» I (Fhom our Couhbspondent.) (Before the Police Magistrate and H. Solomon, Esqre.,) Foley v. Shaw. / Assault on a child. ' This was r case where defendant, as teacW of the N i tioast School at Eden, wan charged with bttrisg pndu / beaten plaintiff's child, a little girl 5 years old, and there by inflicting a wound upod her eye and temple. Plaintiff failing to prove that defendant did ir.f tlss the wound, the Beuch were obliged to ^ism'&s the. On opening the c:ise the Poiic*? requested the Clerk to read a note which Lt (ike Police Magistrate) had received from M. Shaw, relative to his case, :iud holding out a threat to him, and also adv.sing huu as to the mode of uealing with ilie ease. The Police Magisti-ate bad the good sense to pay no at tention to the note, beyond ordering it to be read in open court..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
I CHURCH OP ENGLAND. iHR itEV. J. l; KNIGHT "will donduct Divine Seft'icp on SUNDAY, t)io 16th August next, in -' a.m. and 7 p.m. lu Kumaruka at 8 in the FOUN® a WATERPROOF COAT. Tho .owner' eaiuSave it by giving Ihe description and paying (ei- this fjBycrtiscmcnt. Apply at tlw office of this pupw. PRiKTsnaXBLPabHshed by It. W. SHARP E, Proprietor at the GjSbMTE General Printing Ojjice', A uckland Street. -New South-Wale*. SATURDAYt J*dy 29. 1R65.1
[?]ocal News. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL The above school was opened for the first time on Mon day last, with 19 scholars, there aro several other applica tions, especially girls, awaiting the arrival of the mistress The school is under the supervision of the Rev. J. L Knight and his lady, who take a deep interest in it, a tic have an anxious desire to do all they can to promote it welfare; we understand the Rev. gentleman has finally arranged to reside in the township. The management is to be vested in a Local Board of pa' tront; a trained master and mistress to he appointed. The present management is in the hands of our old frie»&lt;l. Mr. Charles KnigHtl whose personal knowledge of every family anil child in the district—especially the cfiiledren, most of whom are his Sunday's care, together with his evi dent love of the work, emminently qualifies him for the. duty; really we do act nee why another is wanted—except his want of a partner, surely, amongst no many cf his lady friends, he mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," IS published .every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and rutiners throughout tbecwhole of the district* CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words atid under 2a: Every additional Fourteen words and under If. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual Advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of Insertions required, end paid for in advance. Orders for withdrawal roust be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all or. ders for inserting Advertisements must be Bent in not later than noon on Friday: AU Subscriptions must be paid in advance. Parties residing at a distance can remit in Btamps: 30 penny stamps seoures^the Paper for three months. Single copies Throe-pence. AGENTS: J. Goddard ... Fred' Berne ... Mrs. Ktnyon D. Bell G. Hnrdy ... ... Greville and Bird Aferiipbula 1'anbula ('andaln Nimely belle Nerigunliah. Sydney, THE BEGA GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the ...
[?]ai[?] Tiem [?]uble, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 29 July 1865
wcr?, Mairarrives from Sydney, Wollongong, Moruja, and Bodalla^ on Wednesday's and Saturday "a at 6 p.m. From Monaro every Wednesday at C p.m. From Eden, Merimlmlla, Panbula, Woiumla, on YTcJ esday's and Saturday's at 6 p. in. From Kamaruka, every Tuesday and Sunday at 6 p.m.