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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

~ CANDELO_STOKES. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. NEW /' 86A9MBRD_RAP6RYi J have uiucli pleasure in soliciting Inspec tion of an EXTENSIVE SHIPMENT OF i SUMMER BEAPEEY, &0. Now opening, which for Variety, Quality, and Low Prices Will be found to EXCEL any Other Stock in the District. A. H. LBVf, CANDELO STORES. BOOTS.' BOOTS. BOOTS/ LADIES', CHILDREN'S, YOUTHS', AND / MEN'S BOOTS. EngjBsh and Colonial Hade ! Of First elass.Quality ! LAD IE S* LA9TINW, MD, JiS. RUSSIAN LE'AullEltVbv^ Best^akbrs. Gents' Englisl/ Seym E. j& Boots, MEKB AND YOUTHS' U3LOCHERS, Blaiu juixi Nailed— of Superior Manufacture ! Childr 5n's Enammelled and Plain Leather E. S. Boots, . lII Sizes — at Rcduccd Prices. INFANT; i' BOOTS, IN GREAT VARIETY. THE LARGEST STOCK OF BOOTS In Town to Select From- _ MA^TUS J. PEDM. ? GENTS', YQUTHS'S, & BOYS' \ SDPERJOR J^EAD rt'M A.D E L 0 THING. NEWEST PATTERNS ami COLORINGS. FashionamyvOst & ^IM'inishel at STRiOTmi odi^ 'nOrlhiciis. TO [AfQ .^EMpfoN I...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

I ? Shipping. ? jjlawaixq. Steam Navigation i Company. Bi-irookly Steamer aftween Sydney, kerimbula, Tatbta and Eden. fllHE HUNTER aiV other Steamers leave 1 I SYDNEY for TATHRA, MERIMBULA; jui.llEDEN, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.13 a.m.; idurniug on FRIDAY. Fares and Freights at Lowest Bates U \ Agents : KJcn, Sir, H. KEON ; and at — n ^eiimhiila, Mr. A. T. GIBSON; at Tathra, J 0. BATTANDlER MEYER. f Juno 2, 1879 / , ' ; : , . Business Directory. - G, HASLINGDEN. A U C T I ON E E R, JSainl and d^rjepal Agent. Office;: CHURCH STREET. Sale Yards : ClHURCH STREET, , (Late F. Bo and Co.'s.) j WOOL- $OGL. VDVANCES, small to / large, against the coming clip (1877V Easiest terms , ? ? ' t JOHN BRIDGE. Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. C. ANDERSON & SONS, PLUMBERS, gVEKI^iVsID HION and tin plXt#' VVkke RS, ?GIPPS-STREET, BKGA. WEBB & BOOTH, V COMMISSION A G jt NTS, 69 and 71 Sussex-st., Sydney, Between King and Erskine-sts. ' ? ? 1 — : — : ? 1 — : ? — ~x ? H. CLARKE, r COMMISSION ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

Hollo way's Pills. — No Mystery. — When- ever the blood is impure or the general health is impaired the human body is 'predisposed to attacks of any prevailing epidemic. The ?first indications of faulty action— the first sensations of deranged or diminished power should be rectified by these purifying Pills, which will cleanse all corrupt and reduce all erring functions to order. These Pills coun teract the subtle poisons in decaying animal or vegetable matter, and remove all tendency to bowel complaints, biliousness, and the host of annoying symptoms arising from foul stomachs. Tie fruit season is especially prone to produce irritation of the bowels and disorder of the digestive organs; both of which dangerous conditions can be com pletely removed by Holloway's. corrective medicines. Cut chis out;— It Mat Safe Your Life: — How it is done. — 111 ere is no person living hut what suffers more or less from Lung Disease, Coughs, Co'ds, or Consumption, yet some would die rather than pay ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

Ik considering the question of connec.'ing Bega with the Port of J?dpn by railway the excessive fctiBt of the work and the improbability o£ the traffic being snfficient to pay interest on theiutW-is abost the first objection that is^feiited,' the general impression seeming to be that the finst'eost of the line, with rolling stock and stations, would exceed £10,000 per mile. The re port of Mr. Higinbotliam C.E. on the ' JSoutli Australian lines shows that the average cost of construction in that colony hasfjiot bceu nearly so high as in New Soiiih Wales or in Victoria. That the g -utb Australians have done their -work cheaper than their neighbors ia due to the fact- tliatltboir undertakings have been of a less costly character^ but so fur as efficiency is concerned tlie report we refer to leads to the conclusion that there is no want 'oii that score ; the work has been done well and faithfully ; and if contractors have not amassed tlie fortunes that were made in the earlier days of r...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

TH^^TQD. TO STAND THIS SEASON | ! ? - AT ? CANDELO. Aiul travel thVoughont tbe neighborhood. 1 Tlie IVell-kuown lllood Stallion : PQRT.ER, BY New Warrior, imported ; 'dam Princess '? by- Aaron (imported)1; by Electa from Election. '? ICIccta -is from Miss Mnnager: by ' Problem. (See General Stud Book;. I Porter is a bright ? bay horse, 1G hands high, *.nd is half-brother to - Tim Whifiler, Priam, 'VVunior, Komula; and- -Mermaid, and from tbe high strain of blood lie- carries should prove a ] valuable sirc.i Through ad injury received in liis youth lie wa&not' SO successful ou the Turf as wis expected, but. VinKbe'- Show Grounds his breed brings him to the front, At Cooma aud nt licgu he took first prize against good fields of horses, -notably Rifleman, Mudgee Keewis, and others ; aud at Bombula he took second to Brigadier, imported. - ? ? ? i ? Porter bns proved himself n sure foal getter. Tj:k.ms. — One Marc, £3 3s; ; for Uvo or more a reduction will be m ide. ' Every care ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

NOTICE. - ? t MR. O'CONNOR will be ABSENT from BEGA, from thflLyUth instant till 4th. ., _ ,r: November. . Aflyone taflmg Austiess with him' ? ? i ' will please leave wriftpd injtniftions at.. Hit - ' ? 5 Officc, with Messrs. EiMiJ^aSMlcleod. * j. . Mr. O^CoUnor will ben CAislJELO on the 3rd November^ and can be seea on business at , Meares' Hetel up to 4 p.m. of tyat day, * ' ' : Don't go 'withoutfeofmtoes WHILE YOU CAM Gfetf f THEM BO GOOD and so REkSQNKBLE at the ' ~ PRQDUpE' STORES.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

?/ill ' /'I ^fettureri \ / II ,g'e jdlS- ^fGA11 1 T H' \ I B^. jW again returns thanks for , Ti ? B l~I f'NMd desires, to slate that being n I F^jic y*atcr'al i? the Colony to ? » ^°P Shears /?r Corn ? ^M^ti Shc^^^^vill stand any A\ ? IHimers orderingty NEW MAKE of fl / may 'ely on getting an imple ? fflt,win 6170 them unqualified 9 MBl'ION, and Last for Three or Four I mR?^LERS Newly Shod with Steel. ? P^ Harrows, and Scuffiers I ^iSs3 0.^- ^aad aQ^ Made to Order, I « nowpp well-known that no ! .9 ftrther comtnetit is necessary. ? IENR7 BROWN, m Gipps-bt., Bega. SB / ; Preliminary Notice Ji Boxing Day's, Sw-rfes ? at coBAKdo. // * n GOOD DAY'S SPORT f/Oe held in HSA- the paddock at ton rear of Cobargo Bgmzi, on the above date. * fifli Programme in future issue. fc LADIES' SCHOOL. ~ Sji|™flniS. W. T. RTTMNEY begs to ahnounce |||lipjL that she intends opening a/lFirst-class S|fBohool for Young Ladies, arH^vill be ready enrol pupils on and afte»fst«N g- vember. Course of Tuitiotur- Et...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TANJA CHURCH. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo do not identify curseleves with the opinions expressed by coriespondents.] \ TANJA GHURCH. (7b the miter of the Bega, Standard.) Sin. — With your permission I would ask ' who are tlio members of the building com mittee connected with tlie Tanja church, and why do they allow the Secretary and Treas urer to omit subscribers names, and not give a full account of tho whole receipt's and ex penditure. Ill church matters all Glioma De cieai ana above suspicion, and the comhntteo have not gone that way to work in failinjg to give to the public the information I now ask for. — Yours &o., PROTESTANT DICK. Tanja, 22 October 1879,

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

OUR TELEG-RAJilS, l'FnOM our Teleqbaphic Corbespondents.] SYDNEY, October 23. Country people are arriving in large numbers to see the Exhibition, and the attendanee yesterday exceeded 8000 persons. At a meeting of the Commissioners it was decided not to open the building on the evenings or on Sunday afternoons. A fire broke out in a house in Cumberland street yesterday afternoon. A portion of the building was destroyed. The steamship Cuzco arrived at Adelaide yesterday bringing dates to the 11th Septem ber. She brings 260 passengers. At a largo meeting held at the Exchange yesterday it was decided to make a trial shipment of meat to England by the steam ship Strathnavou. Telegrams from New Zealand report the existence of' extraordinary mortality among the natives, over twenty dying of fever daily and many constantly prostrated. The Government have issued a notification of further reductions in railway fares during the exhibition, to come into lorce on 1st November. *' The weather is...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

EG A PO ST-0 FFICE. . ? I . i . AURIVAL AX]) DISPATCH OF MAII.S j AJIWVALS. ' ' j Sydney via Goulburn,' Bmid- 1 Daily, (Taes -wood, Mbruyf, 'Kurobodalla, !? dayE excepted) embargo 'aud Brogo. j at 5 p.m: Kameruka. Can-li?)o. Mneilla : / „ Coloml.. 'Md Monaior via V -?Z y - Tantiuv.iugio. ? 4 '?J0 a'''' Kamcruka,. Cauijelo, and Col-) Tburrfays, -i oinbo, / i T.yj p.m. Eden, Panbula, Tnwrimbn, 1 Tu?»day and 1 Meiiinbuia, and Wol/yula, - ] Friday, 4 p.m. Monaro, via Wynjhfim and | fCucsdnv, at 4 ? I'flilboia, . ' )' ? p.m. Mon avo. via Colombo, aud | Sunday, at G.30 Numbugga, ]' ' p.m. Ta-vja (Ne)sonii'), V Tuesday, 10.30 , ? ) a in . ? 'l'lic Mail by Steamer rcnclies Bega via Tathra on Wednesday ofTliuiSday.'i . UEPAllTUltES. Sydney via Brogo,' d'obargo. j Daily, (Thui* Kuiibadalla, 'Moiuyii, Braid- - days excepted, woiid, and Goulburn,. ' j nt 1 1 .30 a.m. Kamcruka, Candelo,' and Mo- J Mondays, 9.30 gillfi ; aud'Mouara via' Tiin- J- a.m. taw^ugjo, . ? I ? i I Knmeruka and Candelo; an...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

[fbom the Pbess Telegrams.] LONDON, October 17. Advices from Cabul announce that General Roberts, after occupying the city, proclaimed bis intention of demolishing Bala Hissar, where the massacre of Major Sir P. Cavagnari and party occurred, and that moreover a heavy fine would be levied on the inhabitants for the part they took in the outrage and the subsequent hostilities against the British. Martial law has been proclaimed, and the city and adjoining districts have been occupied by tile British troops. , BOMBAY, October 18. Information received from Cabul, to-day states that the entry of General Roberts into the city was an impressive scene, and had a visible effect upon the inhabitants. By General Roberts' proclamation, tho city is spared the heavy fines at first intended. Martial law, however , is proclaimed, and a disarmament ordered, a (Indices have beon published offering rewards' for the capture of the soldiers and inhabitants who took part in the outrage at the British Res...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 25 October 1879

GENERAL NEWS. j Heavy floods are recorded as having occurred1 at Tumut, Adelong, and Albury, at the end! of last week. ' Constajit rain, fell for forty j eight hours, and all row lying lands were.; submerged; bridges washed away ; crops des- : troyed ; mines flooded ; and there was con- j siderablo loss oflive stock, ^ | - A table of the rainfall in N. S. Wales for.: this year up to 15th October has been pub- ; lisnea. xne i|uLuici-i.1uo u«„. »» .j . corded are at Cape. St. George, 82 inplios, ; and Bodalla, 01 inches; and the lowest'1 Deniliquin 10 inches, and Wentworth. 8 , inches. Sydney and Newcastle' had more' ! ' than a fan* share with 57 inches. ; . In Victoria it is stated that the farmers , , . now cry out that there has been too much ? rain, and that unless fine weather sets in tho crops will bo ruined. M A heavy advance in the price of tin .and copper is advised from London. The grain market also shows a considerable rise. It is stated that there are now 350 miners. ' ^ o...

LAND OFFICE. SELECTIONS DURING OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

LAND OFF I C E . Selections during October. No. 51. — William Penrith, 40 acres, under 14th section, in parish of Nnrira, west of his former selections at Dignam's Creek. No. 52.— John Paacock, 40 acres, under 31st section, in the parish 'of Bronte, south of his second 60 acres aud 'west of R. Bums' C.P. No. S3. — -William H. K. Hickson, 40 acres under 21st 'section, east of liis 120 acres fronting Wallagu Lake. No. 54. — George Jamioson, 80 acres, under 2lst section, parish of ' Yurammie, east of measured portion 1.98 and west of portion 199 and adjoining McMahon's land. No. 55. — Albert Ernest Green, '40 acres, 14th section, parish of Narira, south of his last 40 acres at Coolagalite Creek. No. 56.— J.' P. Cumberland, 40 acres, 14th section, parish of Bermagui, opposite H. Salway's 60 acres. No. 57.—' William Chinnocks, 40 acres, 21st section, parish of Bega, west of his former selections.

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

GENERAL IfEWS. ? Owing to a. railway accident at Picton our Sydney mails did not reach here oiji Saturday last. At Adelong on the evening of Thursday j week the guests at a picrnic and ball to cele brate a school opening were kept prisoners all night by the fearful tlunjderstom^. TTn.il. I stones fell as large as hen's eggs. In many ! other parts the storm was felt with great I severity. The Orient Company's new steamer for the Sydney and London trade — tbe largest vessel over built' at Glasgow — did seventeen knots on her trial trip. , Tbe crusbings at Copeland run from three to four ounces to the ton. The new rush at Paikes is attracting many miners. Pleuro-pneumonia has appeared in a viru lent form at Yorke's Peninsula, South A113' tralia. ? - , , ? A substantial rise has taken ^place in the price of tallow in the London market. London telegrams report an advance of fully Id per lb in the price, of wool. Ulie Hall Ministry in New Zealand, having strengthened' tbeir position by th...

TATHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

T A T H R. A. On Wednesday Mr. Davis P.M., accompanied by Messrs J. Jauncey and M. J. Poden J.P's., proceeded to Tatlira to hand over to the aborigines the boat which the Government, through the efforts of tho latter named gentle man, have placed at the disposal of the un fortunate ' lords of the soil.' The boat is a good useful one, 18 feet long, fitted with centre hoard and provided with sails and oars, fit for fishing in deep water, and must prove a great acquisition to the darkies. Mr Lav ington accompanied the party and explained to them the use of tho centre board. A few regulations for the control of the boat have been framed and were read to the black fellows, by -which Zachariah, who is known as a very steady and sober blackfellow, is to have charge of the boat, which will generally be located at Kianniny, where boat-ways and shed are to ba erected. The boat is for the use of all the aboriginal natives gene rally located about Tatlira and the river, and is not to bo used by...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, October 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. [Feom our Telegraphic Correspondents.^ SYDNEY, October 28. # Parliament was opened at noon with the. usual ceremony. There was a large con-, course of spectators. The Governor's, speech was short. It promises immediate introduction of an amended Land Bill ; an. Electoral Heform Bill ; the repeal of the Public Schools Act, and to extend the system of education more expressly recog nised by that statute. The object of the amended Act will give greater uniformity to. the school system and render its ad ministration directly responsible to Parlia ment, and at the same time improve the quality of instruction aiid spread the ad vantages to the children of the whole population. The necessary Bills will be submitted for Water Supply and Sanitary reform in the city and country towns. Bills ? will also be introduced to provide for the re clamation of lands on the shores of Port Jackson and other places, also for regu lating public pleasure grounds and re serves. Parliament will...

CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

CANDELO. [From our Correspondent.] Ten months ago the Government came to the conclusion to spend a quarter of a mil lion sterling on an exhibition building — twelve months ago the inhabitants of Can delo petitioned the same Government to grant them a site for a school of arts, the up set price of which is only £4. In loss than ten months the quarter of a million was spent — twelve months have past and tlie £4 bit 'of land is not granted — the above facts speak volumes. One thing is very evident, tnatit is next to an impossibility tor tins part, of the district to get their rights from the powers that be. It is not for the want of petitions and agitating and letter writing — goodness knows there is any amount of it. The price of the paper used up with the correspondence would almost pay for the land. However, I suppose the agitation must be kept up so that the site may be granted hi time for the next generation. Among all tlie, other moonvemences ana annoyances that we, are compelled...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

rBE&A! POST-OFriCR ARRIVAL . AND 'DISPATCH OF1 MAILS ] - ' ? AXtttTVALS. Sydney via Gonlburn, Hruid- j Daily. (Tnrs wwil. Moruya, Ifiurobo^alla, j. days excepted) r Cobargo JimlBrogo. . j at 5 p.ui. Kntneruki' CnniTcK Hoffillaii , Colombo t*iid Monai-of via M™ulay.- Taniawangb. ) '-30 a'm' Eamoriika,, Candelo, and Col-^: Thursdays, ' ombo, . | . 7,:0 p.tri. Eden, Panbnla, Towamba. ) Tuesday and i Merimbula, and Wolumla, J Friday, 4 p.m. ' Monaro, via Wyadliam and i Tuesday, 4it 4 ' ltaubula, )' p.m.' Mounro. yia .Colombo, and \ Sunday, at G.3G Numbugga, j ' p.m. Tunja (Kelsons'), \ Tuesday, 10.110 ] ? ) /m, The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via Tnlhra on Weriuesdfiy or Thursday. DEPARTUKKP. Sydney via Bropo, . Cobargo, j Daily, (Thups Knroljodalla, Moruya, Itrnid- [- days excepted, wood, and Goulburn, ) at 11. SO a.m. Kamerulca. Candelo. and 'Mo- ) Mondoyp. 9.30 gilla ; and Monara via Tun- '? a.m. tawansflo, ? ) Kamevnka and Cnndclo; and } Thursday, at Monaro via Colombo, J y...

THE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

THE STUD. The horsqs advertised for the season are now before tlie public and in accordance with our usual custom wo have a few --words to say about the various aspirants for public favor. Horsebreeding becomes more a matter of im portance upon small holdings every year. There is need for horse stock on every form in the district, and, as a horse will consume no more grass than a 'weed,' it is as well to have something that the owner can turn into money as to have a lot of ' crowbaits about that are neither use nor ornament. In draught stock considerable improvement has been made of late years ; the small runty ' Monaro ' draughts that did duty a few years ago are fast disappearing, and in these places we see a fine class of liprsqs yoked, one of which will do the work that, it took 'a herd of the smaller cattle to acootnplish in years gone by. Looking at one of the teams that do our seaboard carriage the observer can see a set of horses got together that would not shame a city brew...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 1 November 1879

N )TICE. MR.' O'CONNOR will.be/ABSEKT from BEGA, from the/Btth/iaMlnnt till 4th November. AO j one h&ififa^usHegB'with him will please leave \v itteB^ iiptfnjruonE at his Office, witb Messrs. 1 ixoi aqn Macleod. Mr. O'Connor will be in (JANDBLO on the .3rd November, pud c n be seen on business at Mearcs' Hetel up to i p.m. of that day, SYDNEY ^STOKES. OllONd WAY & CO. ANNOUNCE tbe ARRIVAL of NEWdOODS, WHICH WILL EE OFFEEED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. IN THE STOCK WILL BE POUND Dress Materials-, Silks, Muslins, Prints, trimmed and unlr'mmcd, ant Ejcp/jft^/ticlc MEN'S GiLOTHINGl, A Splendid Assortment. BOOTS and SHOES. Ironmongery, ^Groceries, Furniture, '' Tools, and Every Requisite of a ? Country* Store, , ALL AT LOW PRICES. ' ? ' *- CSJ' ApprovedBills taken for ^Purchases of £5 and upwards. CALL EARLY and .SEE for YOURSELVES tliat the SYDNEY STORE is the « CHEAPEST W BEGA, NEW ZEALAND STORES, TILBA TILBA. New Goods. Christmas Supplies. Tlie undersigned has much pleas...

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