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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
THE "BEGA. GAZETTE,"1 IS published every Saturday Morning, and forwarded by post and runners ^throughout t'leewhole qf the district. CHARGE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS: Twenty-eight words aud under 2a: Every additional Fourteen words and under Is. . 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 must be sent to the Office before 6 p.m. oa Thursday, and all or tars for inserting Advertisements must be sent ia not later ilian noon on Friday: AU Subscriptions must be paid in advance. parties residing at a distance can remit m stamps: 30 penny Btamps^secures the Paper for three months. iSingle copies Three-pence. AGENTS: * ... Kameruka j',G.?ddurd Meriiflbula Fred- Berne £anl« » Mrs. Ktnyon Candalo THE BEGA GAZETTE," GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. In order to meet the growing requirements of the District, the Proprietor has purchased every material suitable for th...
THE "BEGA GAZETTE," PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TO SUBSCRIBERS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
^®^A-GAZETTE - rpZUtfHKD $V£KY SATURDAY. | -jWfa«ga|ii,,ii i i.- 1 * "TP..SUBSCRIBERS: j BlT88d8lBEBH are respectfully informed tha ' ending March$let, has expired, Oatike rxpenee of making vut bills, and posting together uith the stamping of the G aZETTe, aits circulation, would abef very j nearly/the whole awount of subscriptions, The "^hkOIWItTOR therefore requests subscribers to take irtuiuty to forward their subscriptions, or pay it to the authorised agents- Stamps will be UtankfitUy received.
MONARO (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
M O N A'E & (FEOM L CFBEESFONDENfc.) This week several of the most influential member? of the district waited on W. Gl'aham, I5sq.', M.P. (prior to bis departure to take his seat in the House}- with a petition to open tt'rond from Merimbula t-o Bega, via. Benbooka, then saving a distance of 50 miles! Tarthra will thus go a-head if taken in hand in a spirited man ner ; the above line of road is surveyed and' measured by the district? sufveyor, L. Gorden, Esq. Our late member got the sum of £70 granted for' the opening of it. Mr. Graham has promised to see him' and get that sum, and whatever more he could, expended. It -will be the means of opening quite a new trade to the Kiandra digging*. April 3,1805.
GIPPS LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
GIPPS LAND. A. I>. P&lt;irtreouV »fo&lt;k report for (be mouth' ending Mareh 3lat, 1865. Horses.—The market during the month has been good for brolten-'n-horses in good condi tion, and iB likelj to continue bo daring tbe winter, fjom the immense demand for padk horses, while tbe roads to the varionJ mountain diggings are bad. For unbroken stock the de mand has been limited. Light weedy cobs and fillips have been difficult to sell at any prici.' I may quote strong broken borses, from £8 t&lt;> £14, according to condition. Light broken' hones, £5 to £.0: Cat'The demand in the early part of the month Vas limits.I, owing to (he very long drought, and prevalence of bush fira, about the middle of the month we had some fine rains, which brought buyers forward again, and an increase of 5s per bead on bullocks was ob tained, at presen a latere number of bullocks are n q ired and I confidentially look forward to prices remaining firmer, and recommend hol ders to ...
DISTRICT NEWS. EDEN. C URT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
DISTRICT NEWS. E D E sr. c urt of Petty sessions. Tuesday Apeil 18. (Before thpir Worships, G-. P. Keon, P.M.', Captain Lloyd, B- If., R. Gwvnne, and J. Manning, Esqrs., J.P.'f. Hoyle v. Wheeler, Masters and Servants Act. Verdict for plaintiff for £2 17s 6d. Apnblicanjs general license was granted to Mr. Thomas Smith, Plough Inn Wolumla, with the provi sion that the house shall be put into suitable condition for the reception of travellers by the general licensing day. The first information laid by the police that this is not complied with, Mb license will be cancelled.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED': Adam Lewis, 2s 6d; E. Haslingden, Esq., 2« Gd Mr. George BLickttr, 2s 6dj Mr. John Machie, 2s 6d; Eev. A. Boddie, 2s 6d; A. Ballantine, 5s; Mr. J. Love, 2s 6d ; Mr. Rixon, 2s 6d ; Mr. 5fl. McPhee, 2» 6d; Mr. J. Maher, 2b 6d ; Mr. Armstrong, 2s 6d ; Mr. McPhersori, 2s 6d; Mr. Brassington, 2s 6d; Mr.' P, Heffernan, 2s 6d; Mr. B. Smith, 2s 6d.
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
CORRESPONDENCE. (to the editoh of the "beqa gazette. Sin.—In case any report of the Eden arid Ptmbnla cricket match, as of the Eden dinner should appear in jour, paper, I shiuld b« glad to guard against the pos sibility of my statements about coal discoveries here, being perverted or misunderstood, so as to lead to false, hopes, if expectations are not realised;' Please to bear in mind that I did n6t say that a coal suitable for gasworks hid been discovered near Merim bula; but tifat I had received a very favorable report of tbesampleB.I. jbad sdnt to the Manager of the Mel bourne and Collingwood Gasworks, who hod expressed a strong opinion, that the samples sent indicated a close proximity of that valuable class of coal, known as the 'Boghead* or Camnel coal, so highly prized for Gasworks. I also stated that the discovery made proved that we were in' the' coal formations,' and that hoping we shouid, ere long, find the frud pit coal of commerce, w hich with thepromise of other miner...
LOCAL NEWS. THE ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
LOCAL NEWS. THE ANNUAL VESTRY MEETING. On Tuesday the 18th inst. the .annual Easter Vcetry Meeting for auditing the accounts of the retir ing churchwardens, and the electing of chcfrchwardent for the ensuing year, was held in the church. There was a fair - attendance of Che parishioners. The Rev. J. Is. Knight presided, two of the retiring churchwatdeto, Mr. John Davis on behalf of the In cumbent, and Mr. B. Ktichie on behalf of the pew holders and subscribers, were unanimously re-elects i ; together with Mr. J. Dawson as honorary treasurer, and Mr. C. Knight as honorary secretary. There being some doubt as to the legality of the appointment of oiiginal trustees, the' office of trustees churchwar den was left vateant until the necessary requirements of the Churah Act shall hafe been complied with by thetelection of trustees, to be appointed at a meeting of which a notice appears in'our Advertising columns. From the abstract ef accounts presented to the meeting and ptissed, the'&...
COMMERCIAL. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. TARTHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
COMMERCIAL, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ——o—— TARTHKA. Arrivals.—April 12, Ellen, schooner, Captain Nicholson, from Eden. faptain agent. April 13, Gipsy-, schooner, Cuqtain Wright, from Sjduev. VV1 1'rescott,ageut. Departures.—April 13, Kllen, s>hnoner, for Sydrey. April 13 : Gipsy,' schooner for Eden. April 15 ; Elama s'eamer for Sjduey. 1MPOKT8: Ellen'fr Sydbev, via Kden, 1 chie-t, 13 hftlf/cheate tea, 20 bags ft ur, 1 parcel, 1 case. Ci H. Witton. ' , I 1 'ton of flour, 2'boxes foap, 6 cased candles, 2 b»g« salt, 1 case 2 kegs, 1 drum of oi', I chest tea. - Dawson. 1 case keroscene- Sharpe. Gipsy, from Sydney : ! 'case sabhes/ 4 doors, 26 pine board9, 1 bag. D'Arcy.. I can oil, if wiage saddlery, 1 caai 1 plough Davis.. -10 coses, 1 trunk, 6 Bojee spprta, 1 cjr kfrosreDo, 2 cases eundries, 1 keg Jterritigf w tton. | 2 cases drapery, 1 drum oil, I Aranf &aiV. I bundle • spadfs, 4 tina pf'nt, 3boJ»£A«oap, I case axes, 2 boxes tea, 3 mats sugar. Preacot'. 1 cask ale, 4 casks b...
THE BEGA GAZETTE: QUOD PETIS HIC EST. SATURDAY APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
QUOD PETIS HICEST. — SATURDAY APRIL 22. Ws' induoed to exchange a little badi nage «ri$ our Bombala contemporary, owing to a very uncalled for rrmarkof his on an aiticle •f tars. Bat in bis issue of the 15 th inst, he drops tbe playful tone, and is eo reduced M to become personal: when men with eueb pftlewioM aionr would be censor, allow them ■alvM tQ descend so lo'w,as to have recourse to viftlgairpersonalities, tbey then become, too. con tdaj^letonotice. f" fw WBliMj*# now condescend to say even ifcjf asooh,-if1 it werenot' for a disgraceful letter III Ifaxbltanns, from Bega,. signed," One who 'fetifan Eje OB Him." The letter is alike a ttwrarett the author and to' the Edito r vfci lavished it- : w lite Kditor « f the Bombala Telegraph, in an«ti!&^fart of1 bis p*per gives a grandiloquent rtftde^jainst correepo'iidents of newspapers in l&itfel, and the Sydney Morniny Herald's cor . S^liaBt in particular. This burst of indigna m fioB oor New Police Champion was cause...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
BARWONV IMPORrANT NO I ICE. THIS Steamboat is now Fortnightly placed oa\ the Hue between Eden, Sydney and Melbourne, and continues to make ber trips with the greatest pnpctuality. BARCLAY & TEAS, Agents: P.S.—False reports having been circulated that the above' steamer wis about to be taken1 off the Hue- This notice is to contradict them. THE HUMAN FACE DIVINE! Mr.r. smith; photographic artist will be at Mr. Ooldnnitli's, Crown and. Anchor, for the purpose of* taking (PORTRAITS ( in every style ot Art, unhand after MAT, 9th, and will remain oWy'ONE \YEF.KV Views and Portraits taken on paper oi'glast* - A« Mr. Smith will only remain for One Week" I t. nding visitors are leqiiested to crme as soon a potsibl-, to prevent disappointment. SIOLEN OR'STRAYED FROM BEG A, . A GREY COLT branded AW, on near shoulder.' £1 Reward will be given, if strayed, to ahf person finding and delivering the above colt to tne Undersigned, ,tod £5 reward, if stolen, for Such infor-' iiiation as will ...
CRICKET. EDEN v. PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
CRICKET. EDEN v. PANBULA. The return match between these clubs came off on Easter Monday, which, as will be seen &nbsp; resulted in an easy victory to the Edenites. The play of the Eden team was very good throughout; Mr. C. Love being the highest scorer on the Eden side was presented with a prize bat, Messrs. G. Davidson, Hussey and B Flukey also distinguished themselves. The Panbula team, although having a fine batsman, the Rev. J. L Knight, was certainly no match , for the Edenites, The weather was delight- ful, there was a very good attendance present &nbsp; among which we noticcd a sprinkling of the fair sexwho gave the cricket ground a very lively appearance. The following are the re- respective scores. EDEN. FIEST INNINGS.] Hussey, capt., c Martin 17 &nbsp; F. Smith; b Mahoney ... 5 G. Davidson b Mahoney ... 22 G. Luff, b Burgess 11 B. Brierley, c Hunt 5 C. Lofe, b Sautelle A. Leslie, c Shea * J. Davidsob b Sartelle * B. Flukey' not out 1®. A. Becndatti...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 22 April 1865
BIRTHS, DEATHS & MARRIAGES &nbsp; 2s. 6d, Each INSERTION. &nbsp; &nbsp; MARRIAGES. &nbsp; April 17,—by the Rev. A. Boddie, at the Brides &nbsp; &nbsp; residence, Horse Flat, Wolumla, Mr. Robert Russell, of Jellat-Jellat, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late J. J. Greely. Esq. &nbsp; &nbsp; BIRTHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Wednesday, the 19th inst, at her residence, Buckajo Peak, the wife of Mr. Thomas Morehead of a daughter.
CANADA [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 29 April 1865
CANADA I Tbe Government hns plven np Lieutennnt Heal!, the Confederate partisan who seized the steamer on Lake Erie; for trial in the Federal States. The Alien Bill has bcea almost unanimonsly passed. The till provides on complaint of the President, the Governor-G&lt; neral may order aliens to quit the provinces, givu g them notice thronsb tlie official g^ze'.te oftheir^in tended cxpulMon. The conduct of the Southern re*o?fP8 in Canada is denounced l»v ilie C-ii sdiau Parlia ment.^ A commission has been np^o't tad tojjinquire about the release of the St. Alban's raiders, and the conduct of Judge Caursal, who is sus pended.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 29 April 1865
BIRTHS, DEATHS % MARRIAGES I 2s. 6&lt;2, Each INSERTIONS \ marhiaoe. April 27th,—At the residence of the Bride's father, . by tne Rev. J. L. Eniglit, M.A., Mr. Henry Augustus Otton, youngest sou of the late Mr. John Otton, Brogo Vale, to £lizB%%th, second daughter of J. Jaunccy, , Esq., Augledaie, Sega. DEA'I ii. December 27th, 1864,—At Chippenham, Wiltshire, England, Mr. Horatio Nelson Stevenson, only brother of Mrs. Ann White, Victoria Inn, Bega. Age 59 years.
AUCTION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 29 April 1865
auction report. Mr fioEevear Smith reports having held 8 sale rt the Swan Inn, Panbula,,by virtue of a bill of sale, 1 y order off be trustees of the lute G. Barclay, Esq., t! t attendance ■was veiy good, bidding spirited 5 ihe: fui. niture fetched Crst-clagB prices, jalto uie cattle ai 1. horses, for.wjiich there was » fiurficompetition. lit land advertised for Eale at the eiune lime was -witi ■ drawn till a future date, due notice of suEh will short y be given. .
CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF T[?] "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and County of Auckland Advertiser — 29 April 1865
CORRES;PO N^BjN-triifT (to the editor SlE.—be interect.il! to hep'.-r that the I. S. N. Co Jf^^niiiding a Bteamer, called 1J when loaded with one fauiidrl draws three feet nine inches.} She has made her first voj week at an average speed of i with twenty-six tons of coals with the ordinary Wollongor three feet three inches. She ■ bula soon. Arrangements are also bcirl jetty outside the bar, atMcritoU of landing passengers, &p., wliei 6afe to cross in boats. This jetl construction, fixed on |iinges, slthat ti>6 boat .crew will be able to raise and lower I at pleasure. This jetty will be completed in a fortttfit. most of your readers any have suceecded in I" Coomcrang," which, onB of cargo, will only to Wollongong last knots an hour, and tier bunkers, together rgo she only drew Ibelaid on fo:,'Merini aadc to eredt a new a, for the convenience lie bar may not be I will bejtra a novel rem, Sir, T Y-oumlc., JAMS MANNING. P.S.—Ee good «=■» port of the dinnei tiderabiy upon 1 to...