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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

THE ANG U S ± BUGGY, J ' ?*, . , [PATENTED SEPTEMBER, 1879.] IS A GQMP^j^SmCJLE AND T^E^^^5oijBLE B UG,(5y. ? ' waQm5: Shipments from' Aineriea received Monthly. ' ???;?.'? v. ' Illustrated . Catalogues and Pjuce List FORWARDED FREE ON APPLICATION TO ' I W. T. A.N(.a:,S, ? OO.AiCH BUILDER AJfD 'I H P OJBT 183 akd 1S5 CASTLEREAGH STREET, ; ' «==s=^^-— -a— r .^j)onru31edjat Begar , IMPOUNDED pi 10th. November, 'by Mr. W. Alleivjronl Blmgi'oye : — {RE-ABVEETIBEfc.] Che&tnutmare, staivand Atrip.e, two liind feet white, Jlike gftulw ritirig M) on * .. - tlieoffsliou iei'/bloidh in. 1; , Ironlgrey horse, likeJG-W JO over M .on H ' near shouldi r, brokan in. ' If not preyioiislj releasfd, will be sold at jound at noon on - th December, .1879.. DAVL - KISS, Pouhdkeeper, J Impound sd'at .tfandelo. IMPOUNDED here oil tlfc )|ih day of Novem ber^ 1879, by Jo: 3ph fc a from Candelo: Black Saddle Mar , branc id S ynear slioul ' der.; white Ef jtofE epk ;,:and wYite ? spot on oil ear . If ...

THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

THE EDUCATION QUESTION.' (By our Paxhila Corrctpondent).* - Pastorals andanti:pastonils, lectures theo logical and dogmatical, toachingr not edu cation, and a good deal of iogicaJhajkuanery is now the order of the day, seculan^p de nominationalism, and all tho isms by which rmv'-rm'hlip. Kftlinnln -are -known t,n have arrived at the experimentum crueis, an(l Oh 1 what an amount of hitter argument over ? a very simpip but vpry serious subject., How is this'battle of the schools to end? 'liow should it end? are we really in earnest abput the education of tlye rising' genaration ? These are questions of more importono'e than we attoch'to them, and questions wliich every parent ought to think seriously oyer; anc( let us remember that to convince a man is a veyy different thing from arguing him down by our superior weight of metal. Is tho o motto,, nf opinion with 11s ? Have we really any deep convictions on the subject ? Certainly opinions belong to every man, tliey are his possession; ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

TENDEBS. | TENDERS will bpTecei ved at BOMBAIA up . a to I7 h NOVEMBER, for. Works on Ro.idg ? CAT II CART Yin w: NDHAM-'to PANBULA. „ ?*- KEW BUILDINGS nflTQWAMBA, „ \|1| For which, Specifi anons are at Police OSicc,. * '. Jh|. Bega, and Post Offici , Rocky Hall. nB Also or Jto.idfij- - ^ ' BEGA to ! UMJiUqlGA. ' : BBGA to : 'JflpON. Specification at Pc QxJomfaJkal a. Tenders will be re :glved m BepC up to 10th 'j November at Noon, 879, fat Repairs on Roads- - t' BRI AND aKY/to- BEGA. - BEOa to NELeON'. ? ' l Tenders to be mailed outside, ' Tender,' and . = addressed to ' v W. F.' BUFDOCK, . j Road Superindeut. Z General Post/ Office. ~ 'j . , Kfdney, 31st October. 1879.** i' ATELKGRAPHOFmyafwillbcOPESBtf/ 1 . on the 27th Inst/a/ / a JATHEa. j , ' ' SAUL SAMUEL. ] IBEWOOfi- : \ | J ORDERS ti ken^Brps/MUrqQI--'by the ' ' ' ;.f . Load or ' - lorc^Sutyiir StHrSnT 12 inch,. -S aud 2 foot lengt is,)® ions wodal - Town Cartage always attended to! V ?« : $ -I A. IJfcFADYEN,- ' ,. 'j ? TTp...

LOSS OF THE JOHN PENN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

iJLOSS OF THE JOHN PENN. Mii-oBTUNEsSTollpw each Other . with regard to the Ulawarra Navigation Co. In June lastlho unfortunate less of the ' Mpnarp ' was {chronicled, p.nd the Company took im - mediate steps to supply that vessel's place, aridalready a new beat is. advanced towards Tn tlio -moon timo tlio -- Tnlm ifenn ' having been lengthened twenty-feet jvas jiut on to do the duty, and in command of her papular and experienced captain she was doing her work satisfactorily. On Friday the seventh instant she left . Tatlira in the Gvening with a large cargo and a, good, mus ter of 'passengers, and by one o'clock next morning shl was ashore on Bnrrawarra Head at Broulee. harbor. From thp Moruya jLilcral's extraordinary we learn tho vessel was steering her true course, north half-east, and that during a thick fog she ran ashore. The passengers were all landed, and a boat was sent to the Clyde for tho ' Hunter to render assistance. The ' J ohnPenn was aiibneniientlv floated, and in tow...

GA POST-OFFICE. AND DISPATCH OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

'OA , POST-OFFICE. Al, ' ? ? ' ' ' '1-, ? — ^ AND 1US PATCH OF MAILS Sydne. AltntvALS. W'i'.lnoulburu,' Braid- j Daily, (^nes C '-'biir^a1, Eurobodalla, - days Cxceptbd) Knmeruk.^10?*' ' 1' ' Colorah^lelo, Mogilla,-} \. - „ lantavvat,Mouak»; viat- ,*V. ?j- . ? , h ' r \ 7(OU41ilQ« aaoicrnka,. t I oiiitit., ? ' 'o, and Col- 1 Thursdays, Edeo. Panb^ - 'P.™-' '. -Wei-iuibula, anowambn, I Tuesday aud i Monaro, via' f P-?1 1'auljiila', .jn and [Tuesday, at 4 Mouaro rik Cof4 ' ' ' Pt'* ^unjiutgn-a^ « ?» -? aod | Buuday, atp.30 , -^iMXeW), .. f ? , 1 Tuesday, ; 10.30 on Wo'lue^f or^Thif^^ Bega yia^a|t|)ra Sv J ' BEPA'jjruilfr- ? ? '5 ' ? E«r'il/oilailaJ ;JJoruy^Bn^,9ai)y, (Thur. «'id Goijlburn^ ? hJ* excepted,' Kn''?1'';!l, Cond'elo,' aid Mo- ) I ? ' ^ *'n'' twY' Monata *S* 9,3R ltUwil,krio, 1 ' in ? ,5 r ya.m. ? ii.-jim:1 uka nt](j Cnndelo; and ) Tln»V -'luuaro vid'Colbnilio, ! ^ - j T^\ay, at Jack's -lioad, ' ? ) p.m; ? f 11 ? \i -i ' 4,ln *r-*

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourseleves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TARRAGANDA LANE. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify curseleves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TARE AG AN DA LANE. (To the Miter of the Bega Standard:) Dear Sir, — Caji you inform me, and at the saine time, my numerous fellow sufferers, liow long the Bega peoplo will .allow the hog in the Tan-agauda lane to remain in its present state ? The Bega people are cer tainly the easiest going people in New Sonth Wo.lfiR. nnrl if thev searched Australia, could not get a road superintendent to suit them j better than Mr. Bundock. He does not care 1 how many teams get stuck in that bog. Why should he ? He knows well that he ha^ no thing to fear, and that lie may do as he likes and no one will interfere.' But do you think that there is auether town , in New South Wales of the same impertance as Bega, whose inhabitants would suffer one of its most importaat thoroughfares to be blocked for three months by such a bog. I am sure there is. not, and I believe there is not another road superi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

i i I 'I * -*--?. ,\^ ? ? K' T,0 TJU SEASON ' Tlio Thoroughbred Stallion, MILLIONAIRE II. BY Millionaire imported, acknowledged as ' one of tlie best sires ever landed iu Australia. His 'dnni Beeswing by William Tell, out of Old B ouswitig bv Puuiaiib, im ported.' \Vnliam Tell by old Wil'iam Tell (imported), lie is a bright bay, I6J hunds high, with i'' magnificent appearance and notion, and shews his sire's eploridid strain of blood. His stock are among tlio' finest ivfer ^-red in the district. Tlib librae will leave Pflnb^l^ 'on Tuesday, 14th bis in' Bega, Wednesday ,' remain until 'rliui-sdny at 'Noon, ; be in Candelo on ^ri'day, and after that, 'continue regular trips every Nine Days. 1 ' Mares reeeivod in good and securo paddock at Mr. J.olm Itamsbys,' Wolumla- Plenty of grass andVater, ' Trims— Qne Hare, Two or More by agreement, ' All wares itiustbcpaid for and removed by Its Janna'ry, 1S89, No responsibility incurred. ' JOSEPH' WILSON, Panbula. TO STAlSrl^^^ SEASON ? ? At ? ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

OUE TELEGRAMS. ? f Fbom OUR Telegraphic Coree9po»dents.3 : SYDNEY, November 13. In the Assembly last night the remaining clauses of the Land Bill passed through committee with a few comparatively trifling alterations. -The Education Bill was read a first time,; and the second . reading was fixed for Wednesday, when if found necessary a further adjournment can be made. The Premier stated that he intended to intreduce an Electoral Bill which will be substantially the same as the Bill . that has already been before the House with certain inodifications as to the distribution of representation. As soon as these, three measures are sufficiently advanced it is intended to proceed with Bills for water supply and sewerage foT the metropolis and water supply for certain - countiy towns,. The Estimates will be tabled abput Thursday next. .. . The attendance at the Exhibition yos tier- day reached 5000.' The receipts for- tho past eight weeks amount to £17,000. Mr. Lumsdain, Chief Inspector of...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

ladies' School- 1 MRS ROMXUY having obtained tluvassist- 1 unco of n COMPETENT LAlJY'nCotr jtomed to tuition - vi 1 1 noivlionbleto Mikujii- LiMI ?TED NUMHK11 of 1)0 All DEUS. an d *o open a JJanciuff Class fpj- (VpfiSg LadfeJftridfthildveii. : ; s M'«S.TIUliINE^ r ? . GlPl'B-STJti'BT, BliQA. . .i ? ? ? i ?? ?''' - / ; ? . Church Services. Church of England. T\iWE SKHVIGE will be liold -ji), St. John',, U ficgn' **lsvcry Sunday' 'Homing and Evening. . ?? ' Holy Communion on the First Suud.-iv in Every Mo.itli. Baptisms every fJiMhleyMfc Sp,.m.^ Kamekuka PABtsn. Novctnbpr.lG^lvamoiuka, llmm.;Goioml)D, 3.30 p.m. November -30— Paubula, II. a.ui. (H.C.) ; Merimbula., 7.30 p.m. - ? ' . ? ? , M(i-* II, EARL. November 38— Knmnruka, 11» a.m. (H.C.) aud y.30 piiii. ; Tautawaiiglo, 3.30 p.m. November Si^Moudny)— Woluuila, 7.30 p.ni November 25 (Tuesday)— -Panbula, 7.30 p.m. November 26 (Wodnesday).-— ? Merimbula,' 7. 30 p.m. — By 'Rev. Canon' Soakks,' for Church Society. ' | Catholio. MASS wi...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

jfoipping, IHawan-fi Steam -Navigation Gompanj. ^i-woakly Steaippr Between Sydney Meiji^bidpi Tatjurf ;®nd Eden. TMHiE nUNTEKpiiid-otVer Steamers leav- 1 -SYDW forl'A-S'HKA, MERIMBtJLA an, I EbEN, every WjEDNiCSDAY, at tUi '.a.m., u^(iri((yg on fares arm j&reighte slowest Sates .VSENpST jRden, Mr. H. ICKQN ; j-nd a( j-(erii)ibula, Mr. A. TE,' GIBSON ; (it 'ilgtbra, C. jBA.mN&lfcK MBVEU. Juno 2, %879 ' ' ' Business Directory. ? G. HASLING-DEN, A UCTI Q/ft E E R, Jtand anckjueiteral Jicjenl. Office': CHURCH STREET. 'Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, (Late K.- Be andCo.'s.) WOOL- WOOL. VDVANCES, small or larpe, against the comiug clip (18277, Easiest tcrniB ... JOHNBUIDiiE. Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. C. ANDEMpi & SONS, PLUMBERS, p8ti\ A¥ISED IRON AND yiaetK WORKERS, GIPPS-STREE1 , BEGA. WEBB & BOOJJJH, ?C O M I S S t O M /a g e n t s , 69 and 71 SusseaMt, Sydney, . Between Kiug and Erakine-ets. E- CLAR'KJ^ t, -3(-J[MISSIO|N AGENT VlCTpRlA WHARF, SYDNEY. ...

ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

ANNUAL, RACES. , There was a full meeting of the Bega District Jockoy Club on Thursday evening at Tatters-j alls to receive nominations for the aunuaj races. Considering tho small number of local horses in training comp'ared with last yeaii highly satisfactoiy. TJie' hew dub has' fitirted well, and with a good handicap there! is every prospect of a very successful meeting.; The list of members is rapidly, filling and! already embraces most of the principal -resi-i dents in tho district; ? Maiden Plate. — Mr. Thos, Underbill's1 Angledale and Arraboe ; Jas. Hntton's Free hold; A. Al cock's Minute ; jG.v J., Coman's Trump Card; B. Warn's Thorntopper; J. Harris' Cooma, (late Renfrew) ; J. Mallon's Mericumbeue ; W. Wilson, Yurammie. Trial Stakes. — Mr. Jas. ..Hutton's Free hold; Thos. M'Carthy's Playboy; Arthur' Alcock'e Tantawanglo ; John -..Schick's Camelletta; John Collin's junr. Dart, Bega Cup. — Mr. A. AlcoCk's Astronomer ; E. J. Coman's Emerald ; . B.'; Lipscomb's Zuleika ; E. Royd...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 15 November 1879

The experimental shipment of meat by theStiMthleven steamer will shortly be on its way Iq the old. world, aud the result will be anxiously watched by everyone in , terested in the important question, perhaps the most important of the dav. nf findinrr n /safe aud profitable' {mtlot for our surplus .. // stoclc. '. -£fcr year^ past this subjoct has received ' the moSt' eariie^t .consideration ;. . in fact since thp days of foiling down, to waste the moat for the 'sake of the tallow, it 1ms been felt°tliat -some more advantageous system of disposing of our surplus fat stock would have to bo adopted. . To. this end fortunes' hnve; been sunk in the endeavour. Fiisfc 'iho tinning of tlia meat was tried, but it was found, owing to tlie extreme heat at which the tins had,. to be sealed, that the contents were overcooked and un palatable, and every effort failed to induce the European meat caters to adopt it as an article of diet. Salting,' .peisc'rying in. tal- low, and other .methods were ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

TflE ANGUS BUGGY, #.'. [PATENTED SEPTEMBER, 1879.] , JS 4- COMPACT SINGLE y^D WSl&rfL DOUBLE BUGGY i PRICE, to £45. IS* AXABGEiSTOCK of EVERY /TOESCIilPTION of BUGGIES WAGGONS CARRIAGES, ina HA31NESS always U Land. ^ ' WAfcKWNb, Shipments from America received Monthly. \ Illustrated Catalogues and Price List forwaeded Free on application to ' W. T. ANGUS, COAOH BUILDER AID IMPOETEB, J83 akd 185 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY, Grand United Order 9f Odd Pell )ws. EVENING STAR ] ODQE, CANDELO, A MEETING jn con loftioh faitt the above, ? ? A will beheld flit 1 r^/sflOTtf'S, CANDE ' WO*- - ® on S'lturt ly^stdinstant, at 7.30 vBIV' F,m'i to arrange for Op Ding led other business. ? US®-' (By Order), ty. E'COLE, '? Secretary. Notice. THK undersigned respectfully requests ALL PARTIES INDHBTEnHto/ljira to aril find Settle their Accounts, as 'irMI Mjavingtlie District. AIL ACCOUNTS SsXra ZsEiff LED by the 30t'j of tjiis month \ri3~p:el pissed in ft . . Solicitor's lfantjs for Collection. ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

PUBLIC SCHOOL CONCERT.. A CONCERT . WILL Ae GIVEN IN THE'' g C H O Oj L ' O F A' S T S ,, WEDNESDAJY, 26th NOVEMBER, (by THE PUBLIC SQHOOL CHILDREN, ASSIS' 'ED BY FBIENDS, For the Purpose of raising A CHILDREN'S, CHR1STJ AS PRIZE' FUND, ' PROGRAMME.— Part 7. ' L Pi'.no — Mail) a, by Sydnej Smith. 2. Chorus — Esc ,pe from the City. 3. Duet — The I ly and' the Jtose. 4. Comic Song- -St. Patrick's Day.' Parade. 5. Two-part Sol — Love at Home. 6. Recitation — ?nfiE Stuff, jhe QaacU Doctor. (in chara ter). I 7. Piano — Prit se Imperial ralop, 8. Song — I he; rd a Vui-4. J . . r,: 9. Chorus— Mi inie Darllig I : 10. Song — The scout. II 11. Chorus— Ri le Strawb/irr esJ, INTERV IL OF TE1 MINUTES. Past II . . , , ' . ~ 1, Pianoforte Duet — Prince Albert's Band, March. 2. Chjrus — H- me, Sweet Home. 3. Recitation— I Vant to Fly. . 4. Piano Dnet — II Bacio. G: Duet — Fiov Gently, Deva. ' .' -i* 6. Solo and Chorus — Fare thee well, *Kitty Dear. , ,. ? 7. Dialogue — J ir Peter and Lady Teazle. 8...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

33EGA POST-OFFIOE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MKlLS ; ' 1 i : - ?' ? . AfeaivAiiS. '? ?' Sydney ;via GoidjSKrn, 'Braid- ) Daily, (Tues wood, Moruyn, Eurobodalla, I days excepted) Cobargo and-Brogo.: j at 5 p.m. Kameruka, Caiiildlo. Jtocilla : 1 „ . Colomlw and Mouaro.fi via - Mondays, TantAwaugla, '* j; ,/.30a.in. Kameruka,; -Candelo, and Col- 1 Thursdays, . ' ombo, 0; ; J 7,::0 p.m. ! Eden, Panbula, Toirambn, | Tuesday and | Metimbulti, and Wolumla, j Friday, 4 p.m. . Monnro, -Tia Wyadham and ) Tuesday, at 4, 1 Panbula, '?f( p.m. Monaro. via Cqlom bu, and 1 Sunday, at G.30 , , . ^Numbugga, J p.m. Tutlja (Nelsons'), ! Tuesday, J0.3P J a m. ? The Jfail }}y Steamer reaches Bega yia Tathra ob Wednesday or Thursday. ~ r ' DEDAIfTUEES. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, 1 Daily, (Tlium Enrobodalln, Moruya,' Braid- - days excepted, wopd, flqd 'Gpulburn, ? - J at 11.30 a.m. .|fameruka1Xiandelo, _antl ,Mo- J lyiopdnys, 9.30 . . gtlla ; and Mouarft -via jpan- V a.m. tawanglp, . ' | Jtamcruka find Cande...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

THE STUD, . .J TO STAlifD THIS SEkgOIf , ,v CANDELO. * ' ' And travel throughout the neighborhood, The Well-known Blood Stallion ' \ PORTER, BY New Warrior, iixi ported ; dam Princess . by Aaron, (imported) ; by Electa from Election. Electa is from Miss Manager- by problem. ' (See General Stud Book;. 5 .Porter is a bright bay horse, 1G hands high, and is Imlf'brothcr to Tim Whifller, Priam, ' - Warrior, Romula, and Mermaid, and from tbe r , . high Btraiii of blood he carries should prove a ? l.^luSile^irc. Through an injury received in his vq^lh he was not so successful on the Turf ns wiseifpected, but on the Show Grounds his breed brings him to the front, At Cooma and . at-$egu(ihe toot 'first prize against good fields of ' ' horees, notably Rifleman, Mudgee Keewis, aud pthers ^ and at Bombay hp took sepoud to prigadier, importdd. Porter has proved himself a sure foal getter. Teums,— One Mare, £2 10s. ; for two or more p roduction will be nude. : ?Every care tnl;en. but nn responsi...

CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

CRICKET MATCH. ThE following arc the scares in the match played on the 10th inst. It seems we were wrong in stating that Abbott objected to the umpire's de cision, as wc are informed he left the crease without any remark. Bega Independents. 1st Innings. . 2nd Innings. McDonnell, b E. Richards - 5 b A. Richards II Payten, o E. Richards ... ;9 b A. Richards 2 O'Connor, : b Freeman ? ? 7 b A Richards 3 O'Neill, c Freeman ? O c Sommers ... 9 J. liixou, c Freeman ? 2 b Richards... O Eggios, *b Sommers ? 9 b Langan, .V. 41 W. AVrcri, b Langan ? -5 c Sommeis ... r -6 J. Brown, b Freeman ? ? C c Abbott G McPhce, run out ? ? 3 not out ? O Wood, lbw ? 0 bA. Richards 0 llcCruinhess, not out ? O b Sommers... 11 ? Sundries y.;i ? 4 Sundries ? 3 ' - 92

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourseleves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] BULLOCKS AGAINST RAILWAYS. (To the Editor of the Bena Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselevcs with tbe opinions expressed by correspondents.] BULLOCKS AGAINST RAILWAYS. (To the Editor of: the Bega Standard.) . Sir,— Fossils are -jbrumon in every age — an honorable, stand still, and conservative set | pffeUovys; but with a , holy aversion to the new fangled and flyfiway concerns that modern men aiake such a noise about. As a fossil of the oldest school I was delighted to read a letter signed ' Speed the Plough ' whieii recently appeared. Dear old Petrefac tioii, delightful old confusion ot ancientifleas t I applaude your sentiments. What do wo want with shrieking, screaming, iron horses — perish the wretched idea, an iron horse in deed— careering through our beautiful district when we have the stately, steady-going, bul lock teauis -to do oiir work. How much more picturesque is the long procession of patient animals^ with the contented looking driver lolling or. a horse alongside, than that rushing, (earaway thing you mo...

JELLAT JELLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

_r Jell at Jell at. 1st Innings. 2nd lnmugs. Freeman. bM'GuinnessJ... O b M'Gminness 0 Abbottj lbw ? ...i: 6 c M'Donnell 19 J. Bateman, o Brown ? 0 c O'Connor... 2 J. Duncan, rnn out ? 0 b O'Connor... 8 A. Richards, b Brown ? 12 not oat ? 1 Soismers, b Wren ? ? 22 Langan, c Payten ? 3 C. Meaker, c Payten ? O- c O'Connor...* 4 K. Richards, b W. Wren... 0 c Payteu ? 0 Anderson, not oat ? 3 - E. Meaker, run out ? 0 b M'Guinuess 0 Sundries ? 5 Siindrios ? 1 61 35

CANDELO RACE COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

CAUDJSLO RACE COURSE. The following correspondence will explain the delay in making the grant of land for the proposed Candelo Race Course. It isJioped that the course will still be availablSJforFa race meet to be held late in the se®sfi:— To Me. E. J. Cohan, Candelo, — Deal Sir, —I enclose a letter from the Department of Lands respecting the Candelo Race Course, from which it seems that the original plan of the Reserve has been lost, and I at once saw the Minister for Lands tliic morning, who seems much annoyed at the carelessness evinced in the matter, but has issued per emptory instructions that no further delay may occur. I think that those interested ore safe in making tbe necessary improvements, particularly as the Minister has already given_ permission for its temporary oc cupation. — I am, dear sir, yours truly, Henby Clabke. — Sydney, November 14th, 1879. Te H. Claeke, Esq. M.P. — Sir, — In refer ence to your personal enquires respecting the application for a race course at...

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