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

THE PASTORALS. The following remarks from the Scrutineer are worthy of re-production, especially as the proprietor of that paper is himself a Catho lic : — If the Roman Cotbolics were an insig nificant proportion of the electors, very little notice might be taken of these demands of the Bishops ; but as they comprise nearly one-third of the whole population, any attempt by tbe Church to coerce them, or any other large section of colonists, to influence tho politics of tbe country is a danger to the State, and must be stamped out. Let the clergymen of the various denominations attend to the spiritual wants of their people and leave political questions alone; let the State teach the rising generation to read ana write in the Public Schools, end let the clergy men inculcate in them the dogmas of their, churches as best they can. Where there's a will there's a way ; and if clergymen only bestir themselves they will find ample oppor tunity and means for imparting religions in struction t...

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

General Post Office, SYpjfEy, 1st Se itomber. 3879. Tenders for ,the con /eyance o£ MAILS to and from — -Goulbura,Tanigo, Boro, Mauar and Braidwood six times a week.' jBraidwood, Bell's CreeV, Aralu n, Mullenderee, six times a week, , with a brar :h mail to and from Braidwoodand Reidsdal -, twice .a week. iGoalburo, Taragoj Boro, Ma ar, Braidwood, Bell's Creek, Aralucn, M illendcree, and ! Morujn, six times a week, wit i a branch mail :to and from Braidwood and 1 eidsdalcy twice a week. . . ;Moruya- Bergal ia, Turlinjah, I )dalla, Eurobo dalla, Cobargo, Dry Kiver, B igo. and Bega, six times a week. iGouIburn, Tarago, Boro. Ma tar, Braidwood, Bell 6 Greek, Aral a en, Mulle iderec, Moruya Bergalia, Turlinjah, Bodall i, Eurobodalla, Cobargo, Dry _ iliver. Brogo, and Bega, six times a week with a branc i to and from Braidwood and Reidsdale. * .t /Cooma, Book Flat, Nimitybelle, 1 libbenluke, a.Dd Bombala, four tines a week. ^imity belle, Brown... Mountain, Nuin )%gga, and Bega, via Benbo...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. TFeom our Telegraphic Correspondents, j , . . SYDNEY. October 2. The quarter's statement of revenue and expenditure was issued yesterday. The Revenue for the quarter shows a falling off of £61,0Q0 as compared with the porresr ponding period of last year. The total ~Sba!anre to 'the credit of Consolidated Revenue fund is £2, 945,540, which with special denosits -in the' Bank SouiJi. Wfues and .ser curities iij the Treasury chest gives ft total ' balance iq credit of Public accounts yester day as ±-3,ti»7,HB0. The.\ JLand revenue shows a decrease of jElf)6i706, The Suoz mail steapierj Siam arrived fit Albany yesterday,' six days ! in' advance : of contractjtime. ' \ . J / Over jsfeven thousand were* present at the Exhibition yesterday. The'. Commissioners put a stop to.the practice of selling exhibits within the building. ' The Sydney Coffee Palace was opened yesterday with promise of great success. The Victorian Government introduced a new Tariff last niglit proposing ...

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

Church Services. j Church of England. DIYIN'K SERVICE will bu held at St. Julm's Bega, every Sunday Moi'umg and Evening. Holy Communion on the First Sunday ir. Every Mo.ith. Baptisms every Sunday, at 3p. m. KaMEUDKA PARISH, pqtober fi — Kamorukn, I I a.m. ; Colombo, 3.30. . October 12— Wolumla, 11 a.m. ; Patihuln 3.:i0. Petober 19— Kmncruica, 11 u.ui. ; Tanla wanglo 3.30 p.m. pctobcr 2G — Panbula, 11 a.m. j Mcrjmbula, ?7.30ii.in. Novembci 2 — Kntnaruka, 11 a.m. : Colombo, 3.30 p.'in. - P S ? ,,,,'1! i.„i.„ie -r thfe Clifircb Society at nil services jii October. Catholic. MASS will be celebratcfl on Sunday, as ' under , ? Petober S— Bega. Wesleyan. DIVINE SERVICE will be conducted as under : — , petober 6—Beea, 11 a.m. pud 7.30 p.m. Wolumla, 3 p.m. ?REV. J. E. CARRUTHERS. Petober 5 — Taulawaiiglo, 11a.m. Candelo t, 30 . ' . Mn.C. Wopn. tresbytorian. THE l?cv, W. Baker will (d,v,) preacl) -«» Sunday ; — pctobcr 5 — Bega, 11 a.m. ipid 7 p.m. Mr. A. Speuce's Stoucy Creok, 3 p.m. Mr. Mor...

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

| Shipping. ? Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. pi-weekly Stealer Between Sydney, Iferimbula,' Tethra and Eden. 1 1 1HE HUNTER and other Steamers leave I SYDNEY for TATtntA, ME1UMBU.LA, bii.1 EDEN, every WEDNESDAY; at -9.1§ a.w.j itlurniilg on FRIDAY; ^ :!: Fares aud Frights at Lowest RateB ; ?i M. Agents': Ederi, Mr.: H. KEON ; and fit 'Nf Jleriiiiliula, Mr. A. T. GlflSON; at Tathra, ?H3. BAlTANDlEE U. ? J uue 2, 1879 Business Directory. G. HASLINGDEN. A U CTIONEER, Man, I and ?£ em&raZ JLgent. Office': CHURCH STREET. Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, (Late F. Be and Co.'s.) j BuANsifc coj, i WHOLESALE AVn'-nETAIIl TIMBER MERCJfANls. ? 1 1 W EKTW'OBTH WHABF.\Foot\DliUrT| 8t4eet, ,bYDlEY.\ \ \ Are Cash Purchasers -X ColViial HardvAod, and are Prepared to Refleive Vimbcim. on lour Wharf, if consigned to us, land V'11 Gfcaraitee Full Market Erice for saml at any timY \ All Communications addressed Vto us -will re ccivc prompt attention. wool- wdoL. VDVANCES, small orVJ&rge...

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

THE TATHRA ROAD. TnE road after the late wet wsather is in a wretched state, ruts and bog^ throughout. Tho sawn timber bridge this side of Warra gubra has gone out of sight, and a bog has taken its place that out-bogs the slough of Despond. The temporary bridge at Meakcr's answers for tho -present, but lluii tress' phrty are busy re-building the bridge, Across tho flats th e road is simply &wful,' and 'the creek near Gowine's, known as Lobb's Hole, is a almost a bar to traffic. The heavy traffic has played Bad havoc with other pmts of the road beyond, and tho - whole now shows how delusive was Sir John Robertson's promise . to give us a first class road. But then tlie honorable gentleman had a few ' glasses of . champagne under his waistcoast, a?}d he . promised a first class road as he promised tlie aborigines a boat. To bring matters to what they should bo tho following petition is now in course of signature and lias a'lqut a hundred names appended. . Two or three hundred ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 4 October 1879

Held OyuiL — Notwithstanding- that' we liad to refiiss a store advertisement, our space lias been so fur encroached on that remarks on tlie railway project, report of meeting at Brow' Mountain (' received yastcrdny) and other reading matter aru im 'avoidably held over. Australian Mutual Phoviij^n't Bo CiETV. — The quinquennial report of this society is just to baud and will be noticed next week. \ ® The Season*. — Fine spring weather lias Fct in and the ploughs are iu full*Wing on the fiats. Grass is abundaAt in all imrts of the dist rict. Diumatic Cluh. — Members nre Wiey working up their parts for the performance to be given on Monday, 1011) November. From what we hear of their progress,' the next appearance of the Club will be quite up to til eir last hit in tlie Stranger. . . Tathiia Jollification. — Thomeotiugealled for Thursday, was postponed injtfl l^idfty Boxt, by which time it can bo sattled posi tively when the wharf and telegraph line will be completed. A full attendance ...

THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

TUE INTERNATIONAL EXHI . .... . . B1TION. ? : 0KR pf iJie most interesting, ns nleo one of (lie most ijsefi'l pages, is (lie exhibit of jcanvas by Slnssrs. Francis Webster and Son, of Arbroath, Scotland. This, the senior firm in the Arbroath canvas trade, ive believe, and also/one of the earliest ex porters to these colonies, gives abundant Tien-. Not only in the strong weatlier prnof looking sailcloth, whore, as we should iixpcct, the rc|)ntatif-i! of the firm mani fests itself, lmt in every specimen of their manufacture excellence is apparent.. Con siderable taste is also displayed iu the lnanu . facture of such goods as linen stair canvas and shoe-tops, both of which seem to us extremely serviceable articles for our wurin climate. Proof of (lie variety is best given when it is mentioned that canvasses for portmanteaus, leggings, waggon canvas, (iekclotlis, tarpaulins, tents, diving belts, sackings, towelling, etc., cotton, sack, and yaclit canvas are exhibited, all made up, iinis...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

HolIjOWAy's^ OnrrMENT and Pills. — Coughs, Influwiza.— Til e soothing propei ties of these medicaments render them well i wortli tri^l in all diseases af the lungs. In I common colds aqd ^iuflu-jnzq, the fills taken inteniaily and the Ointment rubbed externally -are exceedingly efficacious. When influenza Ls epidemic this treatment is cssiesfc, safest, aud surest, Holloway's Pills and Ointnjenj; purify 'the blood, i-er move all obstrnstions to itg free circula tion through, the lungs, relieve the over gorged air tubes, and render respiration free without rednciug the strength, irrita ting the nerves, or depressing the spirits. Such are the ready means of saving suffer ;. ing when afflicted with colds, . coughs, 15.;= bronchitis, and other complaints by -which many are ecrbnsly and permanently yF' r.^^din most countries.

THE CURE FOR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

TIIE CUKE FOR GOSSIP. Everybody must talk about something. Tiie poor fellow, who was told not to talk for fear that- people would find out that he was a fool, made nothing by tho experi liipnt. He was considered a fool because he did uot talk on some .subject or other. Everybody, must have something to sav, or give up Society. Of course, the topics pf conversation will relate to tiio subjects of knowledge. 3f a man is interested in sciciiec he will talk about science. If he is an enthnsinst in art he will talk about art. If he is familiar with literature, and is an intelligent and persisten t reader, he will naturally bring forward literal topics in his conversation..' So with social and religious questions. ff'Out of tiie abun dance of the heart the moiitli speaketh.' That of which the mind is full, that with which it is furnished, will conic/out in the cxpresslpn. The' vpry pimple reason why the world is full of gossip .is that those who indulge in it have notjliirig else in them....

IRELAND AT THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

IKE LAND A T T II E I N T E 31 ? , NATIONAL EXHIBITION, The only exhibit from Ireland is that shown by the celebrated linen thrend manufacturers, Messrs. William Barbour' and Sous, of Lisboum. A more complete collection of every kind of linen thread in nearly endless variety o.f color it is tliffi pult to imagine. Thread fpr shoe-makers, tailors, saddlers, bookbinders, glovers, up holsterers, for sewing and wax machines, pic., etc., are an shown, nicely uiondcd in. colors, whifili will certainly please the most fastidious, and for first-rate quality of ma terial, and finish, will but add to the Firm's fame ior tlie best gcods in the trade in every branch. Specimens of the raw flax dressed, and pf the yams from which the threads are spun, are also exhibited. We are informed that Messrs. Barbour and Sons word awarded tbo only grand prize of honor ever received by any thread manufacturer in the world, at. the Paris lntonijitioiittl Exhibition of 1S78, besides ninny other leading awards...

ODD FELLOW'S ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

ODD FELLOW'S ANNIVERSARY. The eleventh anniversary of tbe Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge was celebrated on Thursday, after one postponement in con sequcnce of the recent wet weather. The day preceding the celebration was very unfavorable, rain for tho who'e twenty four hours, and it was doubtless owing to this that the attendance at this celebration was less than in former years. The day however was one of the roost beautiful that conld be desired, and the dust being thoroughly well laid the procession got about comfortably. At two o'ciosk the roll was called and the procession was formed, and beaded by the band and the Lodge's splendid banner, the members to the number of about forty paraded the principal streets and returned to the Lodge room about half past three , with appetites fully whetted by the ex ercise. After a little delay the bugle rang out the ' moss call,' and Odd Fellows, Odd Felloivesses, aud a few visitors, took their seats each prepared to do bis or her share at demoli...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

CHALLENGE. ICHALLI3N JE TO. PLOUGH the Winner of the Mo uyti Ploughing Match, or any Man in the Mo -uya D/strict, for .5. GDINEAS ? match to comc off^av Bodalla or Gurobodalla within six wee isAdmrMoraya. Match : siuMe wheel plough ; 4mbfhiU an acre ; 9 inch furrow G inch ti lorfe judgeto be appointed by each, and tl e judpea to name an umpire. Any reply to Ibis (tballeuge can be seftt to tbo bTANDARD CPtflbE. BKGA. . - ' HENKY SAhWAY. £1 Reward. LOST from BeiH Common, a Light Bay Colt, large /start qiii forehead, bmnded WI -' unbroken. ' f\ \ j 1/ 2 Anyone ret^iilg jKe same will receive the above reward. | ROBERT IEVINff. . Grecndale. MICMBERSo) IWa Independent C.C. meet at Mis. McPttejfifn Saturday livening, 11th Inst., at 7-X) p.m.Jmfloceive accounts for last year, and Elcct Omccis for this Season. Full attendaipie »of members and intending members required. 1 J. PAYTEN, Hon. Sec. AjCotopetaiit Tutor Seeks $hent.— Apply at \l 'STANDARD' OFFICE. L \ ARGE ra&RE- AM) '''DWEL...

SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

SECRETARY'S REPORT. Mn. Chairman, Officers, and Brothers of the Loyal Prince Alfred LodgG,' Sydney district of tbe M.U. Unity in Nevir 'South Wales. ' 1 ' ? . ' '? ' ' The pleasing duty again devolves upon me pf laying befq're 3'ou the eleventh annual report of our |odgo.' 'Thqre is no death re corded and the sick D&v exoended will nl-.nnnn shew tbat the lodge has beep comparatively tree from sickness or accidents during the past year. The income has been £291 8s 2d ; the expenditure, district accounts, £49 14a lid ; medical officer, £95 lis ; sick pay, £17 2s ; printing, £13 9s 6d j Secretary's salary, £10,; stamps and stationery, £i ; rent of lodge loom, £7 ISs 4d ; sundry amounts, £24 as ; leavine a balance in ' tbe Treasurer's bands of £72 5s Id. Funds invested ir. Bank of N. S. W. £212 , on mortgage £100 ; mak ing a total ' of £384 3s Id, as audited and found correct on lfth 'August'/ 1879.' Since the' audit two months ago the sum of £50 13s has beeii passe^ oveiftothe ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The man Long, who was sentenced to perpetual imprisonment by Judge Meymott, lias been released, the sentence having been absolutely illegal. During the discussiou, on the Exhibition vote of £100,000 in tire Vigt8a;°thoAmiS^^£= and nninted out how much more good might have done by spending, the money iii irrigation works. The Ministers promised to keep down the expenditure, and assured the House that the total vote would not exceed £230,000. Ii was generally admitted that now the colony was committed to the outlay, members should work together to make the Exhibition a success. The Coal Cliff miners are on strike at Wollongong, owing to some dispute about time keeping. The work of shunting the refractory miners at the Waratah mine at Newcastle has been successfully carried out, and the men who refused to listen to. reason, and prefeiTed club law, find themselves supplanted by miners brought from Adelaide. The new comers went to their work without molesta tion, as the mal...

GOOD TEMPLAR'S ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

GOOD TEMPLAR'S ENTERTAINMENT. The concert uu^er the auspices of the Hope of Bega Lodge cathe off on Tuesday evening, notwithstanding the prevalence of true Good Templar's weather. The evening looked about as uninviting as possible for out-door exercise, and it is a proof of the powerfuf draw the attractions of the entertainment exercised that nearly a hall full of people should lrnve tempted the elements on such a night. However tbey did come, aud seemed to most heartily enjoy themselves. The committee who had the management of the affair did all in their power to make the meeting a success, and if they could not find Good Templars enough to fill tlie pro gramme they were not backward, in pressing outside talent into service, and ' outside talent,' to its honor, was not slow to respond. As all were amatners and weut into the affair as a ' labor of love ' it would be un fair to criticise the efforts of the various ' lines ' (to use a shoppy word) of the pro gramme : suffice it to say...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

.^SSsk. ? ? BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB F MNUAL ' RACES, . . THURSDAY and FRIDAY, * 1st and 2nd January, 1880. ' cn .Tunttic— Henry Wren, Esq., J.P. iu . ]f AXPICAI'J'ERS : Messrs. J. FaVrahcr, W. Hixnn, \Y. J. Coman. E Stewards : to Messrs. - \ T. S( ilrs, | Messrs. M. J. Pcdcn, 01 W.W. Wren, I .T..W. Blair, John Farrnlicr. I C.AV.M'I-coil W. J. Coman. ) Jahies Bixon. si: S'l'A rtkii — Mr. Joshua Britten. 15 C-jKUK ok (Jour-RK — Mr. Chnrkr M'Orcgor. T First Day— Thursday, Jan. 1, 1880. » fKirst Ifacc to slarl.it 12.:J0) M.MDKN 1'LATR of 40 sovs., with :i fiweep for Bt unci's of 2 sovr. ; second hon=e torcccivc Ibc ; f«r maiden horses uptime ofnomiiin tim rcnching Secretary; dist ancc, 1} mile; tvcijrhl for ngc ; nomination, I sov., now open : fi' cntrnnce to close at !l p.ra. on the 13th No- r vcmber. 15^70; penalty fur winners — once. r#)b9; twice or woi'f, 7)bs * winners of two-yonr-olrt facch are eligible for ibis lace. j (Second rqcc io start at 2 p.m.) RKOA CUP, of lop sovs., wi...

BROWN MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

BROWN MOUNTAIN; Pursuant to advertisement a publiq meeting was held at Bro^yn Mountain school room on Saturday 20th ultimo, about 40 persons were present. ' As Mr.' Henry Wren was un avoidably absent owing to the inclemency of the weather, Mr. David Bell was voted to the chair. Tlie chairman opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement convening the meeting, and liriefly touching upon the mat ters 'to bo discussed and trusted a fair and im partial hearing would be accorded to each speaker. Mr. Thomas Brown moved tbe first resolu tion : ' That in the opinion of this meeting, tlie Government having so far neglected to comply with the several petitions presented from time to time, the Minister for Works should be at once communicated with urging the immediate classification of roads from foot of mounrain to Nimitybelle, and that it should be at least placed on tbe third class.' He was surprised at the apathy shown by the Government in this matter. Tho road had been used for many...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

- ? To Let TO LET, a THEEE-EQOMID, HOOSE at at Wolumla. Also;, i) adiofe, 112 acres, good grass land. iff ) J I Apply to j I/I 1 PHILJilP BJ5HL, Wolumla. DAIRY- . WANTED, a DAIRY ou. the# HALVES, ot otherwise. [J] A I Apply to / ilLyj I THOMAS MJEBPATiD, | I 'ega. Impounde L at Candelo. IMPOUNDED on tl c 3rd Jay of Oetobcr, by Alfred Coot, Esq , fromlCandelo Pail. lock : Grey Saddle Horse brinnJl K over E like writing off run ). Mpposed to belong to J. Eager, Catt :art. I If Dot previously rcl :Ased(wjll t)C sold at this Pound at Noon on t ie 23rd day of October, .1879. JAMES J (HNSON, Pouudkecper. Impoun led at Bega IMPOUNDED on tlie/jLh day of October, 1879, by tlie Tr isteelfnom Bega Common ; tlamages fur driving, 6(f(l;i|l)ead : — /Am * Grey Hoi'sn, lihe c osl £ liear shoulder ; like 1 off shoulder T I Strawberry Steer, i ka WG near rump. O If npt previously r leased ?will be sold at tbis found at Noon on 3( tb day of Octobcr, 1879. DAyil) KISS, Poundkcoper. Notice of Dissolutio...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

QUE TELEGRAMS^ ('FttOM oca Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY, October 9. The Suez mails were delivered early this; morning. 'H' In consequence of the rain yesterday there was only a moderate attendance at the Exhi bition. The Governor and suite visited Parramatta yesterday and inspected the various pubUc buildings. His Excellency was received with great enthusiasm and was entertained at luncheon. The Trades Unions' Congress resumed its sittings yesterday. Resolutions were carried condemning the principle of appropriating public monies for immigration purposes. During the week ending the 4th inst, 25,000 persons used the Government Tram way, the revenue received being £250. Numerous burglaries committed in the vicinity of Balmain on Monday ; a consider able quantity money aud valuables was taken. Heavy rain yesterday in many of the country districts. Floods reported from the Darling. The recall of the Agent-General has created quite a sensation in political and commercial oircles, ...

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