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COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

COBARGO. ? Dear Mr. Editou, — As its seldom you hear from our quiet little village, I will try and send you an occasional scrap of news, so as to keep you posted regarding the district. A meeting was held here on the 29th ultimo tirPRided over liv W. TV Tnrlin ton, Esq., J.P., to take into consideration the opening of a new road from this place to Cooma. The meeting was well at tended, so well in fact that the sum of £18 12s. fid. was collected. I will not cuter into the ' minutes ' of the meeting, but justgiveyou an outlineof whatwasdone. A Mr. Hogan, a former resident of this place, suggested the affair, and offered his services for a remuneration. This matter, as you will see, was taken in hands by W. U. iiiriiuton, Jisq., with his usual spirit, and he called the meeting. After entering into the pros, and cons, of the affair, Mr. Hogan (who is to be our oxplorer) gave a corroborative account of the geography of the country between here and Cooma, when a vote of confidence was pas...

REPORTS. S. W. POLACK'S REPORT. Bega. February 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

EEPORTS. 6. W. FOLACK'fi BEPOHT. Been. Febmarv 2. r 1 report sale of roan ljull, 2 yre., by Launcelot (imp.) dam, by Sailor Boy (imp.) g dam, a Lee Cow, price L40. to Mr. 'William llauhcombe ; purchased at Maharatta.when a calf by Mr. 3). ? Kiss for L29-8S. 100 cows on account of Mr. D. Kjss, to Mr. Johu Brown, L'andelo, at L2 ISs per bead ; also a team of working bullocks L97 10s. ' G, HiSUKdtfEirS^E^OItT.' - .'J. Beea February 3. Store Cattle.— -Thcre.Ss not mi'ch demand for this class of stoc]r»n^ jjut few transactions doing, which' .is attributable .principally tp the want of outside buy6is. I have enquiries -for good springcrs. nnd could place 30 to 40 at. a ^ EatistRCtory figuwi, also about same number of . 3 and 4-year-old bullocks. ' v i Pat Cattle,— Ilaa.ve soldfi few privately this % - -w&l^^bout could place ^^^^^^?'^urchaser. ^ Urge^ at tjirae allotments, pri Ia^l^lfr'iqaotations to '2os ^per head of the lots penned sold out h^^l^jTbeMelbonrub Meat ; Preserving th...

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

BROWN MOUNTAIN. (fbom oub correspondent.) It is long since I trespassed on your valuable space, and I trust you will give me a corner in your widely circulated journal now, hoping at the same time your numerous readers will have no objection to a little Brown Mountain news occasionally. At pros: nt the leading topic is, what about the road ; when is it going to be re paired ? About seven months ago there was a sum of money placed on the Esti mates for 1876 to repair the road from Kameruka to the foot of Nimitybellc Mountain. We were strongly impressed with a belief that the work would com mence early in the new year. The new year is advancing and notlr'ng yet done. I bclive the road inspector has never been to look at it. Now I ask what is to be done in the matter? Is it to lie dormant for want of somebody to stir it up ; or is it to die away, or the money to be ap propriated to some other purpose, while the road is still in the same impassable and wretched state? The weather is sti...

F. L. LASKER'S REPORT. Sydney. January 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

F- L. EAIIKUH'R nlTPORT. I Svduev. Jauuarv27tli. Tallow. — Ample fraiglits offering at 45s per ton lins agaiu tempted shiprers into the market, aid 1 btive Do difficulty in clearing all coming to hand nt L32 to L33 for good beef, or mixed, and L30 upwards, for odd or inferinr lots. Holders nre advised to send down their stocks to meet existing demaods. Hides. — Continued scarcity of water prevents the tanners currying as freely as they otherwise would ; light aud dry statiou kinds lire ruling lower, aud inftrior lots are scarnoly saleable at any figure, I am enabled to dispose of large quantities of sound heavy weights to a firm for shipment for London at 4{d to 4 J .i per lb, being top market value. Horse bides are again coming into request and rule at 6s 6d to 7s for large and souud ; small to foal skins, 2s Gd to lis 6d end. ; yearlings and calfskins, as last re ported ; kangaroo Bkins rule less, say 8d to 12d each ; goat, lOd to lGd each. Other produce such as is usually offered...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY 3RD FEBRUARY, 1876, Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

LAND OFFICE. Thursday, 3hd February, 1876, j Conditional Purchases. No. 13.— George Sercouibe, county of Aucklaud, parish sf unibullo, 40 acres section 21, being measured portion No. 109, No. 14. — Henry Ferrow, same county, parish of Brogo, 140 acres, section 13, on southern boundary of measured portion 109, frouting Brogo River. No. 15. — William Underbill, same county and parish, 200 acres, section 21, fronting Brogo River, between his 60 acres and Henry Fe;row's 140 acres. No. 16.— William Bartley, same county, parish of Mookerwah, 40 acres, section 21, west of his 100 acres, and fronting Brogo River.

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

BIRTH. DERR.IG. — On 2nd February, nt her re sidence, Cobargo, Mrs. A. E. Derrig of a daughter. tluE |Sc08 £tHubar&. True lo our principles. SATURDAY, FBEHUAltY 5, 187G

PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

PANBULA. (from our correspondent.) Again has our big house on the hill been fortunate in another windfall, by which the Treasury chest has been profited : a fine of £30 for sly-grog selling was the result of last CSifirt day's deliberations. The in formation, laid and sustained by two pro- j unsing juuius, wuo cerLainiy aispiayea an adroitness worthy of the cleverest detec tive, was conclusive ; but I must say the means adpoted to the end for securing a conviction were morally reprehensible, and divulged an amount of duplicity far from creditable to the youths concerned. Oaksland house, built by Mr. Walker, and at one period of the district's history reckoned palatial, afterwards the property of Sir William Manning, has within the last week changed owners, the estate hav ing been purchased by Mr. J. Haywood, who for a few years previous bad held it on lease. The property has now got into the hands of a practical man, who,-.heiug now under no restrictions, knows the value of his purc...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

The completion of the extensive Bridge WVrks at Moruya is proof that in out lying districts anything in reason may be obtained if only a proper and sys tematic picssure be brought to bear on the Government. It may be all very wen lor city people to sneer at ?' local men ' and ' local wants,' bi,t it should be remembered that the metropolis has long gorged to the full on the contri butions of country districts, and it is our own fault that we have not earlier shared in the benefit of some Govern ment expenditure. Over twelve months ago sums amounting in the aggregate to £6,300 were voted for works in this toivn and district, ahd of these £1,500 for two bridges is about to be spent ; but the bridge we need most is still ' on paper,' and the best part of the year for such works is rapidly passing over. This, iL. T- ? 1-if * _ f* ? i n ww Dcga ruvcr j^nuge, accounts lor £3,000, aud the Post Office and Police Barracks represent £1,800 more, which, it seems, there is no intention to expen...

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

Answers to Correspondents. I 'D,' Cobargo. — Telegram 2s. j ^ 'Sa*1 CoLOMlio. — Lnnd Act may be obtained j ^Cr^nfyovciTimcnt Printer lor Is. 9rt. in Ftnnijw, if' P.B.,' Bjcga. — Just so ; Fccret drinkers soon cbowit, Wc toeliere out of the whole 110 that joinecl the temperance muvement ouly very few uavu BottiucK Wtoeir text» j nc movement is 4Vr*io means dead ; another mcctiog will be ad vertaEed Portly.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

. Shipjjing.1 Dlawarra Steam Navigation Company. WEEKLY Steamer between SYDNEY, MERIMBULA, TARTHRA, and EDEN. From SYDNEY every TUESDAY at 9 a.m. From EDEN & MERIMBULA on FRIDAY morning:. On all occasions calling! at TATlTRAeaclt way, weather permitting. Fares and Freiglits at Very Low Bates. NO Charge .made for Meals during the voyages of tliese steamers. Agents : Merimbula, Mr. Vincent Brown ; Eden, Mr. Keon ; and at Tarthra, Captain Sergeant. Sydney, 14th May, 1874. _ . Begolab Communication SYDNKY,0 EDEN, and TAHTHEA. rj^iHE splendid clipper brigantine ' E Tj 3Li E .3^,' noted for her fast and regular passages, will in future HON HEGULABLY between ? Sydney and Eden, calling at Tarthra each way. For fullparticulars as to datesjof (sailing and ates of freight; apply to S. & H. SOLOMON, Eden. Business Directory. S. BROW, AUCTIONEER, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENT. Carp-street, Bega. Land and Commission' Agency and Auction Sales conducted on REASONABLE TERMS; . S. MUMS, A...

EDEN. ARRIVAL, January 27, "Ellen," schooner, Capt. Nicholson from Sydney, 26th inst MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

EDEN. ABBIVAL, January 27, ' Ellen, schooner, Capt. Nicholson l'ruiii Sydney, 2litb insf MANIFEST. I tee earthenware, 1 cs merchandise, 4 shut, 2 cschiiiis, 1 Ijdle brooms, 3 tts na;ls, 1 bdle tur paulius, 80 j iue boards, 2 pigs sashes,* 1 pkg turuery, T. 1{.. Lightboily. 10 pes weather board, JO palings, G. Moorley. 2!) cs merchandise, 1 bill brooms, 1 bdl pal liasses, 2 pkgs bedsteads, 2 1 cl, 45 mats sugar, 10 bng« lice, 1 pkg powder, 0 pkgs tea, 4 tius biscuits, 10 cwt lock-salt, 80 j-sacks and 10 Micks flour, iS. & H. Solomon, j. 1 cs gin, 2 mats sugar, J. Alexander. lis, 1 ok, 1 drum oil, 2 cs, bdie buckets, 2 cs fancy goods, bdle milk dishes, cs sundries, 2 cs salmon, 3 cs sundries, cs vinegar,, 3 cs sa'mor, pkg sundries, 2 cs braady, 8 cs do, 6 cs rum, csk biscuits, 2 cs aud 1 bdle brooms, Moses & Solomuu. * J pkg architraves, Gurnick. ' I sck Hour, Blaxtcr. 1 nuchor, Keon. IS cs sundries, bdl saws, waggdti, csk porter, 7cs, and 1 truuk, 1 crate, pel renuctt...

SHIPPING. MERIMBULA. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 5 February 1876

SHIPPING. MliltlMBULA. - ' KilLKD. . John Vcud (e.), 300 tons Captaiu Sbced, for j Sydney, ''January 28r*. Pascngers — Mre. Kiss, iJrs. Roxburgh, Mrs, Rowley, Miss Rowley, M si j Jesse, Miss Hudd, Miss Williams, Mi's. Lcu-bcck, Mcssit. Kiss, Stewart, Jons, ' Cast'.e, Carrol, ) Brooks, Jaggcrs. Kelly, and 8 iu tlie steerage. ney, Jnnunry 28. 1'asscngeis — Sir W. M. Man ning, Mr. Plumb. Exports. For John penn — 220 bales woo), 20 bags curn, BOO uoies mn:7.cua. 20 ? bags borsc-feed, BOO chccse, 100 kegs butter, 200 bags bark. C bun dles ekius, 4 bundles le*t her, i hogsheads tallow, 6 liides, 2 houses, aud sundries. jr Per Hunter; — 2Gl) bales wool, 4 bales skins, C Jroalcs leather, 1 ISO bags bark, 60 bags bran, C j^f 'liidos, 2 lioi-ses, and suuflritis. 1 Jc ARRIVAL. # John Penn (s.),' 200 tons. Captain bbecd, from At. Sydney, via Wollougong, 2nd instant. Passen f- cere— Mrs. nnd Miss Glceaon, Mr. and Mrs. Weaker, Mr. nu-l Mia. I). Kins, Mr. aud Mrs. Tlussell, Sire. itud Miss Taylor,...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

THANES. R WORDSWORTH desires to return his ? sincere THANKS to his friends who kindly contributed to the fund' raised by Mr. M'Cabe, and especially to that gentleman for the trouble he took. He also desires to contradict two rumours that he has heard in connection with this fund. 1st. Thatit was raised to pay a store bill. He never ran a store bill in Bega. 2nd. That he had money in the Bank, 'and did not need the assistance so kindly tendered. It is true, he had £6 in the Bank, which he kept after the Sale of his dray and other properly to meet jra emergency, but otherwise all Lis savings were conBnmed during the illness of Mrs. Wordsworth. In conclusion, he trusts none of bis detractors may ever be placed in the same position, 1

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

SECovBB7'rRflU a Bit£ofa Death Adder.— * A lad thirteen years of age, son of Mr. Robert Wooillnnds, ofBellliangary Brook (the Man ning River TimeetayB), while walking' in a scrub, willi somo other-members of his family, oil I lie lltli instant, was bitten by oueof those deadly reptiles, the death adder. The ' parents of the boy. at once sent -liiin to Dr. Goinaclc. who at once applied a ligature and scarified the tootli marks' indicated by the wound, which bled profusely, and applied ammonia and an ipecacuanha poultic. Am (jnotnVand brandy were freely administered nt frequent intervals. When the boy was taken off Imb linrse he was in quite a comatose state. It required the assistance of four per sons to keep him in a perpetual motion from ' seven in tho evening until five the next morn ing, to keep liiin from tbe sleep of death. 'The physical powers being at this time nearly exhausted, his medical attendant allpwedjiiin to take rest lint to sleep only for short periods. ' For four d...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

'sassaerr-- - ^ A C Rtjfcf 'D I iWA i ti fy'- e*' 1 1 1 is a ^ ' 1 'diiftfese'ofu He iiiJ-tiiteiitlsortioIts victims eufur -elFtHeMjSnin -of iiisl jcIbrs ,jrout, audis ' at Mlif tiftiiip jimer!»K.tt'nvatod by -ho-tlioii(rbt:lli(it- . srtmeolM'&aiiiital^ierlinii all the fun acquiring, tli'olielrlooiii.-^AniCO.MnnHpur-^ *' ; ^.^-A farlior, fV-mmg 8l-; CHVtliqiipUw in tin1 region of Ins limne, sent liis! ?; 'in HI ilia -J-'-rH , je ho u 1 ^ .b'e.0 V ei , - A fo\v wci Its flftertliiifather; ; received ' iVi islel ter from bis friend, 'PleaBe i'takediiiir^l'ojE .home,. and scud down .1,1)0 ?eaxUiqUak^-'l.ti ;'i ..-. , „?. -.?ui;!«jy:- ' : pu^stimuleu Jnfesse^spd 'ojT iiiuic ' propiTl ins li&'-cyrfrj' -'- rpjrflrdril f ^ 1 1 1 o I.wvat dcsi^cyn'ulu Tor diseases iTvjjiichdtain lb-; vvstoui of i 1 s 'Vli.il ( iu w f-r, f o r ^ - oyerrnniinir tlic debility wliicli follows Bio, I; - -Heps, niM for remedying copRti|t-lnjnal,..wi'nk-. * 11681!. KlU'wiiiR iis absolute purit«', il...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

TENDERS WILL be received up to 2l6t instant for WORKS on road Bega to Cobargo. Specifications may be seen at Police Office, Bega and Moruya. Also tenders for WORKS on road Bega to Wolumlaat Mack's Hill. W. F_ BUNDOCK, Eoad Superintendent, Bombala. DANCING. THE usual MONTHLY BALL will lie held on TUESDAY, 22nd instant. Efficient Music, and also Refreshments provided. . Ar rangements under the supervision of a competent M.C. Double Tickets, 4s.; single, 2s. Cd. ''R. MALDEN. - £20 REWARD. ANY' person found MILKING the Cows belonging to the Kamcruka herd, or TRESPASSING in any way, will be Prosecuted, and the above reward will be given for informa tion that will lead to a conviction. HENRY WREN. Kamaruka, January 17th, 1876. 6 £5 REWARD. WHEREAS two BULLOCKS have disap . geared in a mysterious manner out of -my paddock near Can-lelo, and 1 have every reason to believe the same are STOLEN, I hereby offer the above reward to any person giving auch in formation, private, or otherwise, to m...

EDEN. ARRIVAL.—"Ellen" schooner, Captain Nicholson, from Sydney, 8th instant. MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

' EDEN. | Abbival.— ' Ellen n schooner, Captain Nichol son, from Sydney, 8th instant. Manifest. 40 bags salt, 15 sheets iron, 1 cs iron,l e6 sundries, 2 scks rice, 2 cs pickles, 1 cb blue, cs aauce.cs sundries, bag do, 100 j-sacks flour, pkg hops, oek biscuits, es fancy goods, 64 mats sugar, 1 tank, bar steel, 1 case, B. M. Broad. ? 80 J sacks flour, 22 hags salt, cak soda.Gss kerosene, 1 cs oil, 3 bags rice, cs starch 8 boxes candles, cs sauce, cs sundries, bdl bags, tank, tuh, bdl ridging, matted bdl,J. M. Maher. 2 tags flbur, Hogere. 24 packages & 8mats sugar, French. 22 bags salt, 2cs gun powder, Peden. 90 ^.sacks flour, J. Connolly. 6 scks flour, J. O'Neill. 5 scks flour, J . D'Arcy. 2 Bcks flour, bag sugar, 10 bags salt, R. Bussell. , bag Pour, box tea, W-Lavington. 10 scks & 40 J-Bcks flour, J. Wright. 5 drums t«r, 1 osk, curd mil], cs gun powder, Gowing & Kelly. 1 iron kedBtcad, pkg bedding 5 sekB flour, 6 cheese vats, bag dates. R. Ritfchie. 6 ^-sack...

LAYING THE NEW ZEALAND CABLE FROM BOTANY BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

LAYING THE NEW gSAtANO €iSLlS ffiOM BOfANlf tfAY. iyj HOW tbefirst pilgrims of Botany Say KWutdstSfe bad they oil SatuMay fltorolng «s6n from their slumbers, and tioted the pr&edtSK tjf two and three thousand ton steamers , aria it would as tonish them still more to learn the* fi&ret of their mission. BeSid® the Uibeniia.aHd Edjjprgh. lind arm* Intand f/r Botany on the previous afternoon under pilotage of Captain Hivson, there was the steamer Mystery ana the Govern ment steamer Ajat, the latter in charge of Cap tain M'Cue, told o# to reridef assistance ill towibg the short find of tbe Cable if necessary. This would have been a difficult task had the weather pwted etoriSy, but fortunately it wfla the reveise. The Ajft\ left Sydney at about 3.30 a.m., having Oo boniA tbe Hon J. F. Bnrns/ M.L.A,, Postmaster-General ; Mr, E. O. Moriaity, lilngineer'in-chief I Mr. W. C. Bennett, Chief tiomraifsioner of Hoads, Mr. C. Bolleston, Auditor-Ueneralj Mi1, A. Montague; M.L.A. j M...

COMMERCIAL. BEGA STANDARD OFFICE, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

COMMERCIAL. Beoa IStandabd Office, Friday evening. We received the following prices current by telegram this (Friday) evening : — i. Henrt Pribmly & Co's Pbicb List.' (By Electric Telegraph.) .. . . £ s. d. r. r Maize ... - ... ? ? 0 4 0 per bus 2L-- Hides ... ... '...* ... O.o * « lb |j- Tallow..'. ... ? 30 0 0 ' ton

KIANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 12 February 1876

KIANDRA. (from a correspondent.') Weather almost too fine. Hills and flats covered with luxurious feed (including clover, which is spreading rapidly through out the district) for stock. Pity it is that there are so few quadrupeds to enjoy it. It is said, however, that travelling sheen are nibbling Kiandra-wards from some Monaro stations. If eo, they will have a rich banquet (provided by nature) on arri val. The wild flowers are unveiling their beauties also, adorning the landscape and gladdening the oyes cf many of us. Wel come, thrice welcome^ these wild flowers are. The Rev. Peter Campbell's new church is finished. The missionary solemnly con secrated it and held divine service op Sab bath last. It's name is ' The Christian (Protestant) Voluntary Mission Church of Australia ' ; the locality, Cooma-street, ICiandra. The contractor, Mr. J. Teasdale, has mado a capital building of it. It is much admired. Cost only in all £59 Is. 6d. There, is not one penny of debt upon it. As mining ...

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