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

maiAuao:. MITCHELL — BAliU:l-4Aj Vbfc 9lb October, by Ibo It. Karl, lVilSnVAMithbcll, of the Jslaud, Kameruka, l}- JiJlizXbVth j relict of the bile Charles Bubb, of Monmouth aud Giara ornnusbiru, Jirituiu. 't ? ~ n ni M. . ? ? JI5KF1CJIV. — Ou Octol orw«i,m bcr residence, Carp-direct, licga, , li«\ «; y . Jeffury, ot a daughter. ? \ illjx; stHparo. i. True to our Principles. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1879.

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

Shipping. ... ? . ' - ' . Jllawarra Steam Navigation Company. Bi- weekly Steamer Between. Sydney, Meriqibul#, Tathra and Eden... ri'lHE HUNTER mid other Steameraleave 1 SIDNEY for TATHUA, MERLMBULA, ftu,l BDE$I, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 ii'lurjiiug on FRIDAY. .-/. .Firce anc! Freights at Lowest Rates ^jIIests : ftdeii, Mr. II. KEON ; ' and at Mr. A. T. GIBSON; at .Tathra, C. BATTANDlER MEYER. , June 2, 1879 . * ' — ' ; Business Directory. G. HASLINGDBN. A U C T I O WE E R, Man 3 and § entail Agent. ?Office': CHURCH , STREET. Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, (LatcF. Be and Co.'s.) ' J burns & CO-, WHOLESALE AND ! ETAIL ? TJ «BER MEKCHAN S, WENrwORTH Wharf, Foe Dmjitt £ 'beet, SYDNEI , \P\ Atc'ChsIi Purchasers of - )lonmJ/ Hai Iwood, sinrt are Prepared to Rocciv . Tfiibcr, 'u our Wharf, if consitrnccl to us, a d will G u r.intoc Full Market Price forsame, t nny time All Communications.addra scd to us tjill re ceivc prompt attention.. WOOL- WOOl/ A DVANCES, small or lai'TOf against ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 11 October 1879

Coiunoo Union Church. — Messrs. Fred- | eric Stonuel t, William Allen, Bennett Ander son, and William Loemon are gazetted as trustees of the land i'escrveil lor tho Union Church at Cobargo. ' Farm Produce. — Tho Echo's report of sales oil Tuesday give's potatoes' X'O ISs to A'8 l()s per toil ; butter, 4d ti6d,dullof 6ale : , bacon 4d to Gd ; chec.se 5d to 8d, firm. Tathra Telegraph^ — Tho line will bo completed euriy next week. The Depart ment have anungfed with 'Mr. Gowing to erect an office and operator's quarters ou his allotment at tho rear of' Mrs. White's hotel. No operator has yet beeii appointed. Tho instruments were sent by the John Peun. NonTitKliN Road. — Mr. Buudock met ten derers oft Monday,' lindlettlio now cutting at the Pinch to Mr. P. Quiuu of Cobargo, and the works on tho deviation at Cochrane's to Mr. H.' W. Terry. ' ''Numbdgga Road. — Mr. Bundock received the letter from the residents this week and promises, as soon as his engagements will permit, to give* some a...

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

Church Services. Church of England. DIV1M-: MiHVK'lC will l-e belli nl St. John's 'Jtcgn, ' every tiuud.i/ -Miming' and Evening'. liolv Communion un the First Sunday ii. Every - ' \Mu.iili. - ' : ' ' Jlaptisnifi dvery Sunday, at 3p. m. KAME)iUKA PaIUSU. October 12 — Woltinilit, 11 a.m. ; Panliiiln 3.30. October 19— Ivniiieiuka, It a.uj. ; Tahta wnnjju 3.30 p. ui. October 2G — I'anbula, 11 a.m. : Mcriinbula, ' 7. 30, ..mi. ' ' ? ' ' ' Noveiuliei 2 — Ivimnruka, 1} a.m.; Colombo, 3.30 p.m. l'.S.— Collect! ns will be made iu behalf of the Oliuiuli f-ociety ;tt nil services iu October. Catholic. : ~ MASS will lie cclcitratAid ou Sunday, as under : — ' ' October 12 — Bega. October l'.l — I'anbula. Wosloyan. DIVINE SERVICE will be conducted as under:—' October 12— Uega, 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m. ^ ? REV. J. E. CABRUTHERS. Presbyterian. rnll 15 l{pv, W. Baker will (n.v,) preach L till ' Sii'ndn v : — ' ' October '12 — Bega, ll a.m. afld 7.80 p.m. October 19— Bega, II a.m. ; Wolumla, 3.30. Kdicn Di...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

TO STAND THIS SEASON 1 'AT CANDELO, Ami travel throughout tlie ncighboi'hooc|. I^ijc ^Vcll-knowu Jilooi! Stnlliou ' PORTER, BY New \Vnrn or,' imported ; dnm Princcss by A niim (imported) ; by Electa from Election. ? lilcclii'Ss from Miss 'Manager by Piublciil. (See General -Stud Bpokj . ! Porter is si bright' bay horse. to bands high, nivl is Imlf-hrc.t iu'r to 'J'im Whiffler. 1'iiiun, Warrior, Rqniula, and .Mermaid, and from tlie lir^J: MTain ti[ blnoil he carries should1 ptovc a valuable sire. Through an.injuiy received in bis youth lie wasiliot. so successful onllie Turf hs was expected. but'on the Short Grolmds' liis bre--d .brings him to'the front, : At Codtnaand j at lU'gii liu Uiok (lint-prize ajra'inst'good fields of ' horses, nolalily ltifjumnii, Mudgee Keewis, and 'ilbcrs ; and nt' Boraiiala |ie look second lo Brigadier, imported. ' ' l'oitor hits proved. himself a s'ire foal getter. TicltMS.— One Have, £3 Ss:. ; for two or more fx reduction will be ill idc. ' : ' livery c...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

AT PRODUCE STORES. :o: ? : — BACON: THE BEST IN TOWN AND CHEAPEST. ^ ^ | jTT , B.ei4g honest, I confess it is aqt « Factory,' but lie is a Clever V-I4-1-/Jy kJJJ t Yank ' p-ho can always rply on Turoin ; put as GOOD. BUTTER i STDucEIE1?rT to '.^vi;woop' pro (MOSS: THE PRIMES! PROClJEy/l^/lN' SIDNEY. P|1^P A ? ^oa3/T3fllfcr. I^ijAp-e proycd that 1 lega people only ap- 1 ti '^1 ' prdciifta' spnds 'lof the ' first wal er,' aud consequently JL keep iipne but good ones on hand. HUSS ones find no liabitatfor with me. The pre ferable kind J an? selling and deliveri/g at a Veiy Seasonable Er ce.' HOT? 1ST ? 1 ^ave sec'red a ]ar£e quantity Ruling the lastfc w days, which it is ibfWF rV- ' t0 better- and which I am offering at a FAIR TRADING 1 -KHjil/, delivered any distance within seven miles. CHAFF , Good, Sound, Free from Weeds, and well (jut. ' — ? :o:— — [ A- Man shpuld not be accusei! of ' Blowing ' if ho can substar tiate what he says, » 80 P'ease don t be hasty in your conclusions, an...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

33EGA rOS^-QFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAlI.fj ABEtVALS. Sydney via Gniilburiili liriiid- ] Dai y, (Tups ^ wood, Moruvi-:, Knrobodullfl, !? ilays (?xcep'teilj Cibargo aud Brogo. 1 j at C. p.m. .' Ennioruka/CnnilpVi. Mogilla ; i ,, , ColonilK) iii.l M011 ami 'vial ^Tantawaugn. ) ''I:0 n'm' Knnicruks,. Candelo, and pol- 1 Tbur^days, ' ombb, ' ' ? ,' '1 7.:pp.m; Eden, I'aubula, Towamb n, I Tuesday and Merimbula, and Wolumla, ' ' f Friday, 4 p.m. Monnro, via Wyadham and } Tuesday, at 4 Pautiuln', 1 j ' p.m. Monaro. via Colombo, and ( Sunday, at 6.30 ' Numhugga, ' j' p.m. Tanja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 f am. The Mail by Stcnmer reaches Bega via Tathra on weuuesnay or liiursany. DliFAETUHl^ Sydney . via Brogo, Cobargo, 1 Daily, (Thuin 1 ' IJuiobodalla, Moruya, Braid- }? clays excepted, wood, aud (Joulburn, ) nt 1 1 .30 a.m. Ivaniemkn. Candcln. and Mo- J Moiidnys, 9.30 ' gilln ; and Mouara via Tuu- - a.m. tawanglo, 1 Kamciika and Cnndclo ; and ) Thursday, at MonaA via Colombo, ' ( ...

STERLING FACT VERSUS THE GARDEN PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

STERLING FACT VERSUS THE GARDEN PALACE. (By our Panbula Correspondent.') The trumpet of peace sounded, vice royalty proclaimed it ; the great 'omnium gatherum' is open ; that huge extravagant thing of glass and ghtter, our colonial show. . Bards un heard of before have celebrated Hie event in an attempt at lofty verse, and he who in future wo may perhaps call Poet Laureate has given us the Cantata or opening song, aud for which he has been paid in cash dnnhle tllfi amount Blind .Tnlm re- ceived for his ' Paradise Lost,' and foul times tlie amount poor Goldie got for his 'Yicar of Wakefield' Tempores mutantur. The times are changed, and wo are changed with them. Giorza's music, accompanied by the strains of a second hand organ, pealed beneath the gorgeous dome, all of which has been extravagantly paid for and in return for which we see looming in the distance a new and augmented tariff to pay for the more ur gent works of the colony. While we are now groaning under the weighty incubu...

THE ADVENTURES OF A WEDDING RING. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

THE ADVENTURES OF A WEDDING RING. (To the Editor of- the Bega Stamdard). Sir, — A short time ago a rather facetious paragraph appeared in tho 'Standard' relative to tho discovery of a wedding ring in a lien's egg, hy the wife of Doctor King of Moruya. The ring was the lady's own wed ding ring which she had lost while mixing some corn meal for- her fowls, and it was found hy her whilst at breakfist, Some discredit was attempted to be thrown on the matter at tho time, and Doctor King was credited with the desire to palm off a hoax on the public. My knowledge of tho lady and gentleman in question, as well as my knowledge of similar freaks of nature having actually taken place, was strong presumptive evidence to me of tho sincerity of Doctor King, and it will he gratifying to the Doctor's friends as well as to amateur scientists hereabout to know that the subject libs been takon up and discussed by Scientific. Journals in England in July last with a result which must be accepted as high...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

OUR TELEGRA.MS; fFaoM oun Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY, October 16. Last night the Hon. W. B. Dalley dehvered a lengthy lecture ou the Education Question in St. Francis' Hall. 1 There was a large at tendance. The Archbishop presiding. The lecturer eloquently advocated tlie claims of llftninn riaflinlinc fn ?nnTTinnn+ij Iw n/liiAn.Hnii. al results and deprecated the attacks on their religion since Slie issue of the first Pastoral. Seven thousand persons attended tlie Ex liibition yesterday. Tho decoration of the grounds is being rapidly proceeded with. The annual pic-nic of tho Licensed Vic tuallers took place yesterday. There was a large attendance, including several members of tlie ministry. A payable gold-field has been discovered Scrub Yards at Cootamundra. Savanaka came up with a rush in tho bet ting for the Melbourne Cup, and was heavily hacked at C to 1. Secundus remains at the same price. ? ? - The mail coach between Campbell Town and Wollongong, capsized on the Bulli....

RAILWAY COMMUNICATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard). [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

RAILWAY COMMUNICATION'. (7b the Editor of the Bega, Standard ). Sir, — Is it possible that Eden which at tracted so many capitalists to it in the year 1862, and was called after ' one of the marts which supplied the luxury of Tyre with richly embroidered stuffs,' has ' gone to the dogs,' because ?the Government did not give an impetus to the commerce of its port by ujH.nxug uiw cijjecwja rauway tnauwoma more fully develop the resources of the im mense hack country that it has to make it a grand shipping port. It is the natural port for vessels to arrive at to supply with economy the majority of the people, and one to which Bega, Bombala, Tathra, and Me rimbula, should bow when agitating for a railway to open up and develop the resources of their various districts. They wiU have to agitate in a maimer similar to what Mary borough, Port Curtis, Rockkampton, and Bowen id, when they were erring out for the capital of Queensland to he at then- ports instead of Brisbane. Legislators boast...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. October 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

[fbom the Pbess Telegbams.]: LONDON, Oclober 11. The Afghans are likely to offer a stubborn | resistance to the British. They are strongly j entrenched in a position commanding the \ only practical approach to. Cabul . General Massey, who was posted to prevent the letreat of the Afghans on their being at tacked in front, made an unexpected capture. Ho charged a battery, but found it uti guaraeo. liigiuy guns were captured Major-Genernl Roberts has directed Colonel Baker (Baker Pasha) to lead the attack in front on Cabnl. The demonstration of the British before Cabnl is terrifying the Afghans. The citadel, the strongest position at Cabul, has been sud denly evacuated. The Afghans have treacherously mined Cabul. The greatest cpution is used by the British, as it is feared the mines will be sprung on their entering the city. LONDON, October 12. The British position before Cabul has been improved by skilful manoeuvring on tho part of Major-General Roberts. The main div ision-of the army...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

GENERAL NEWS. A masonic lodge has been opened at Moruya. Some of the leading masonic guns in Sydney were present at the inauguration. Mi-. Rosehy, M.L.A. for Shoalhaven, has been looking up his constituents and seeing to their various wants during his recess. .uawreuuu, semen ceu i-u uuaijj 101 uiu mur der of Mr. Finlayson in Melbourne, has had his sentence commuted, and pays the pen alty with life long imprisonment. The pop ular agitation in his favor .headed by Mr. Gaunson, the great wind bag, bad the effect of influencing the decision of the Executive. A couple of prosecutions for perjuiy have arisen out of the late robberj^under arms at Micalago. The man Johnson, at present under sentence for the crime, lias informed against certain members of the Orr family, who apparently tried to screen him.iand one of them, a Mrs Koopman, has .bran com mitted for trial. Senior Constable Carroll of Micalago having made himself ' too officious ' to suit a certain class hns got into hot water, ...

COMMERCIAL. G. HASLINGDEN'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

COMMERCIAL., G. haslingden's export. Store Cattle— Market dull and but few sales effected. ' I have disposed of about 80 steers at auction and privately from two to three years at an average of 3:2 per head, and have buyers for 200 of similar ages. I have also lilaced 300 store bullocks uuder offer at £3, and expoct to report sales shortly. Ad vices from my agents in Victoria are any thing but encouraging and I do not look for much improvement (if any) this year. Pre sent quotations : Bullocks, 3i to 5 years, £3 to ^3 5s; 18 months to 3 years, $5s to 45s ; dairy cows and springers, £3 to accord ing' to quality. I have sold 35 at an average of £3 lis Gd and have a few enquiries at similar quotations if good. Fat Cattle.— Market well supplied aud I look forward to a slight improvement dur ing tho next si* weeks. Quotations, 13s to 15s per 100 lbs. Horses.— No demand hero excepting for heavy draught, wliich|realise fan- prices, from £15 to £25. I have buyers for a few if broken aud pri...

MR. REID'S "MAIDEN EFFORT." (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

MR. REID'S 'MAIDEN EFFORT.' (I'o lite Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sir, — I consider that you do not do justice to the merits of Mr. G. H. Reid in the criti cism you have written on the Exhibition Ode. You have certainly picked out some weak linns in tho comnosition. but I tliink flip commencement is very worthy. The allu sion to the Dutch navigator having missed the golden opportunity of planting the Dutch flag in Australia when it was a grand ' selec tion ' open to all nations, and the consequence that flowed from England having been the fortunate 'selector' are very agreeably re cited. Will you kindly reprint the opening stanza Yours, &c. TASMAN. ' Genial hostess of a world-invited throng, Be thou the only goddess of my humble song, For in a presence bright aud beautiful as thiue, None can lament the absence of a classic shrine. Strange I that the pioneers along the Southern . m-iin, Who firet essay'd, could yet approach thy shores in vain; Won by anterior isles, could s...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TEMPLAEY. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not .identify curselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TEMPLARY. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sir, — Dame Rumour says that an active hand of the Templar army contemplates un furling a third banner iu Bega ; in plainer prose, that another Templar lodge is to be started, obtaining its charter from the Ameri can Grand Lodge. I trust the talkative dame is wrong, and that for the sake of all that is dear to British hearts, no alliance with American slave-tinctured institutions ir-ill linfn.il tlio foil- if Bega. Briefly— Good Templary originated in America, and spread into England. The an nual sessions of the gi-jind lodge were held sometimes in America, sometimes in Great Britain. All went smoothly until certain emancipated American negro slaves wished to join the Order. Then outcropped the pre judices of our American cousins. ' Niggers in the same lodge with white folks ! Phew ! not if wo know it !' Jonathan was willing to let the...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

BOOTS. BOOTS. BOOTS. LADIES', CJlILpRKN'S. YOUTHS', AND 1 ''MEN'S 'HOOTS. English and Cplonigl Made ! Of First-class Quality ! ^ADcES' LASTING, KID, and RUSSIAN LEATHER — by Befit Makers. P-?n^' JEn*lish Sewn E. S. Boots, MKN'AjAijA YOtJTHS' BLUCHERS, Jilaiu ue^l NBllcH-^-of^utierior1 Manufiictiire. Childrcn'd E^a^n^elled and Plain Leather E. S. Boots,' Ail Sizes — nl It educed Prices. INFANTS' popTS, IN GREAT VARIETY. THE LARGEST STOCK OF BOOTS In Town to Select From MAGNUS J. PEDEN. GENTS', YOUTHSS. & BOYS' SUPERIOR ' ' EA D Y-M ADEQLOTHIIjG. NEWEST PATTERNS and COLORINGS. Fashionably Cut & Well Finished. AT STRICTLY MODERATE PRICES. TO WIJICH, tsPEqTAL ATTENTION IS ffV hlRScTED. 1 (BENTS! WGKSTEB PAGET COATS, 'Cdmiaeilcilig at 2os (id each. GENTS' TWEED PAGETS, only 19s Cd. Men's W. E. Tweed TE0USEE8 & TESTS, '21s, worth 28s. Bpys' and Youths' Suits, A Large Assortment at Reduced Prices. JIAGPS J. PEDEN. Church Services. Church, of England. DIVINE SERVICE ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

Shipping, f M lllawarra Steam Navigation Company. , Bi-weekly Steamer Between Sydney, Merimbula, Tathra and Eden. flMHE HUNTER and ot|ier Steamera-leave 1. SYDNEY for TATlllU, MERIMBULA, nn.lEDEN, every WIJDNliSDA^j fit 9.15 a.m., uiurniug on FRIDAY. , / ' Pares and Freights at Lowest Kates Jj&Tl '^ts : Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at Wi b-ula, Mr. A. T. GIBSON-;'- at Tathra, ™ v.*.-^TANDlEH MEYER. June 2, 1879 Business Directory. 1 G. HASLINGDEN, / A U C T I O N e/e R, JsanJ and, * Saner aZ yLgqn/t. ^ Office : CHURCH STREET. . j Sale Yards CHURCH STREET, j (Late F. Be ? . ;and CoX) ^ J WOOL. WQOl/ VDTANCES, '.small/ or largV against thp coming clip (1877); Easiest terms' . : ? ' JOHN BU^DtirE. , Stock and Station A gent, Sydney'. ? - ? ? ? ?? ? ?; '? ? ? ? C. ANDERSON &.S0NS, PLUMBERS, . GALVX»RlpAjtfRO.N AND TIN PLATE \vS0MHRS, GIPPS-STREftT, ' BEGjffl. WEBB & BOOTH, _ COMMISSI O .lf A G O 60 and 71 Sussex-st ,tSy-3 ney , Between King aid. J5rskine-sts. - 1 H. C...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

It may be pleasant to anticipate, in a picturesque point of view, the washinjr out of anew river, from tlie cliasm at the race cottrsc to the river at Warragubra, but ! vlien if is considered thnt many acres of ! tne beist ot the river flats will have to be sacrificed before tliis result is arrived at, itbecomesaquestion of pounds shillings and ponce to tlie owneqs of valuable lands bor dering the river. During tlie late flood there ?was a perfect cat^act across tlie Tarra ganda lane between MacNamara's and 1 HAYDEN^'farms, and unless something is * . done ^o arrest the flow of water through that channel there will be another river ; there before we are much older. The present bed of the river is obstructed by the oajf frees and the drift timber, and it will be necessary to have the outlet cleared for flood waters to m&e their., escape. This fcr the benefit of land holders all along'the course of the river. Tlie result of opening the month' of the river at Mors uyahas shewn ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 October 1879

LADIES' SCHOOL. MRS. W. T. RUMNEY begs to announce that Bhe intends opening a First-class School for Young Ladies, and will be ready to enrol pupils /nrlmd after 1st November. Course of Tuitidnj— English, in all its Blanches, fyeim/ilv&ic , and Singing. Special awafigamenfe for Pupils for Musio only. ( I, References in Hobafit Town io the Revd. G. Banks Smith,' St.*Gcorge's Church ; the Revd. McLaren Webster, Chalmers Free Church ; and the Revd. Mr. Wilson, St. Mark's, Kangaroo Point. Address— MRS. RUMNEY, Gipps-stbeet, Bega. BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OP SCHOO L» OF ARTS* BUILDING FUND. MRS. WELBY, and the Friends who so kindly promised their assistance at the Concert to be ajvyomthc 29th inst,, have de cided upon guMpgMb&r services in aid oi the Building Fa^aoyjtSe School of Arts. Mrs. Welb^Mas undertaken the Musical ar rangement, sjEd no effort will be spared in order to make this concert a success. All who arc willing to assist are respectfully invited. Practice at S...

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