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Mail Time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
gliitf H?ime . 'Mnil nrri-.cs from Sydney. WoUodkiivk;, Moruya. and Bombala oil .>j*-d:iyK and Saturdays, ut f> p.m. Finn- Ci'irv V. jd tr .Uiy. Ml 0* p.m. From Eilon. '•[i^rnnimin, Panlmla, and Wolumlft, on Wednes\x=req-\ d.ivsaivl S.itur.l:i\>, at G p.m. From A.i.iiamfca, ovary 'fwoslny and Sunday' at.&lt;3 i>m. MAIL DESi'ATCIIED. Svdnry. Wo'toncon!?, Sfnrnyn, and Bodalln, via Clyde, crcry Tllursrt.iy rid 'to !dr;y, atOnm. Syil.i;:y in steamer. every Thursdays at C am. Kam (Voluinlii, I'anlmla, ;uid JJdcu, every Timrsd .v mnl •Saudiiy, iit (i a in. ilouaro, jvory Sunday, aV 6 a in. POST OFFICE HOURS, KEGA. Open daily from 9 a m to &lt;! p m; and o:i Sundays from 2 p tn to 5..'id }i m. On \l'i;^no -.'i:ivs and Saturdays tbc offlo? will bo open till 0 pm but ail leiuTs intended for r>!pistration must be posted before 6 p ui, inidc.- u:iy ijlrcuwstaiiccs, POST OFF ICR MONEY ORDERS The Uec.i po^-oilli'! nas boon ojieii as a Jlonuv Order ofllcc frntn the'...
CHAPTER XIV. A LITTLE OLD LADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
CHAPTER XIV. A LITTLE OLD LADY. Little Cecile passed a very weary night; ' and the next morning, instead of verifying the doctor's prophecy of finding her almost well, j found her, instead, in a high fever. J Margaret confined herself entirely to the j sick-room: she never repeated her visits to ! ask for books; and even when we occasionally went to see the little invalid, the hostess was always present, and on no pretence did Margaret allow her to quit the room at such times. Still, the position was queer. The doctor spoke hopefully; but nevertheless, the wonderful changes he was always predicting were very long in making their appearance ; and at length, on the evening of the second day, in spite of my usual principle of non-interference on all that concerned the child, I could not help asking Gaunt if he had no female relation for whom he could send. Gaunt pish'd and pshaw'd, and said she could not be in better hands than she was; and he showed all his usual signs of disagreeable...
DR. LANG'S NOTES ON BEGA, PAN BULA, AND EDEN. (Abridged from Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
De. LANG'S NOTES ON BEG A, PAN\x=req-\ BULA, AND EDEN. (.Abridged from Empire.) Thursday, 24th.—Eden, which at present contains a population of not more than three hundred persons, is beautifully situated on a plateau overlooking the vast Pacific, \vh:le its harbour, most appropriately named by Flinders' Snug Cove, is, next to Port Jackson, the best for shipping in Australia. I have indicated already some of the reasons that have hitherto kept it back in the world, and arrested its onward progress. The first of these is bad roads, that virtually enforce its insolation from the other paits of the colony, and especially from the tract of available country in its own neighborhood. The second is ' the rivalry of certain g;eat proprietors who have the command of steam power on the coast, and who employ it, not- so much for the accommodation of the public, as for the Vdvancement of their own private interests and the enhancement and value of their own otherwise inferior and comparatively ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
NOTICE TO COIUIKSI'OXDEOTS. 4 P/irr'iplno.—Tlnqni!? or. tV fr. tful piron'Mn", bristlCR at our «ouiiiieut «)> Or. Lair-, « 1101 'S. lVo dixdino f> insert yourletlr ftriWfl J'.'ipmw. First -V.'o (in not Ijnd Porcupine's mnsio o.i our list, of vu'iacriUcrs. .Secondly—Poreujvufl exhibit"? an utter wa.it ol'kiiowletK'f:ri'thc .su'tijetrt lie endeavours towrUe alwmt Aivl, l;istly—Onr columns.arc, by courtesy, open to lluit portion of th« public wli') cnturilmta tovcaids our 'u)i.iort . consequently lnm-siiwribtrs' comiiituiicaiiouii cauuot be noticed mui ir any circums'a'iees.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
%\)t lega #ajette AND EDEN DISTRICT OR SOUTHERN COAST ADVERTISER IS Published every, SATURDAY MORNING-, and forwarded by'^ost and runners throughout tlio whole of the district.'"' TERMS OF^^^EUqPTION: In advance, 3s. -yWm quarters terminate on 30th June; 3p(HiBeptember4"3l6C December, and31stMarch. . ' '' Subscribers desirouB ofdiscoutinuiijg this journal* must forward netice thereof (together with all arrears) dircct to the office, at least fourteen clear days bpfore the expiration of each quarter. ; Teems of Adveetibing :—Twenty-eight words and under, 2s. Every additional Fourteen words and under is. A considerable reduction will be made for Quarterly and Annual advertisements. Advertisements must state the number of insertion\x=req-\ required, and be paid for in advance. Ordltre for with drawal xnust be sent to the office before 6 p.m. on Thursday, and all orders for inserting advertisements must bo sent in not later than noon on Friday. Single column, 25e„ 20s., 15s.,and l0s. ea...
Shipping Intelligence. EDEN.ARRIVALS: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
EDEN. arrivals : June 22.—YouYanjrs (s.) from Sydney, Captain Has sellton. Par-senders—Mrs. Russell, Miss Russell, Mrs Badgery and child, and 7 in tlie steerage. departures: June 21.—Gipsy, schooner, for Sydney, via Tarthra, June 22.—You Yangs for Melbourne. Passengers— Messrs. liutherford, Nicholson,, Payne, and 1 in the steerage. imports : Per You Yan»s—27 cases oranges, S. and H. Solomon; 4 bags flour, Russell; package rope, Stiles and Biigk. exports: Per Gipsy—3 casks tallow, 19 hides, truss drapeiy, corn-sIic"ei', 1G mats sugar, 3 eases genera, keg brandy, box mibnery, parcel. Per You Yan-rs—14 carcasses beef, 5 packages fisli, 2 hon is, buggy, pig.
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE BEGA GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
(To the Editor or tub gma gavsbttb.) Sir;—Till you permit me, th-ough the medium of your valuable paper, to call the attention o£, farmers, sawyers, spatters, and others, resuming in this district, to thu opportunity now offered to them of sending their goods to the best market. At present their goods are mostly imposed of iu Sydney. If (as is well-known) it pays to forward those products, from Sydney, to the adjacent colonies, after paying double freight, commissions, and other charges, surely it w:U pay them (the farmers, sawyers, splitters, and others) to send their goods direct to the same markets, via Twofold Bay. liy such an arrangement tliey will ensure the highest prices at the loiocst cost, liy referring to your advertising columns, it will be seen a vessel will shortly bcchartered. I remain, S^. Yours obediently, F. G-SMITH. Agents Eden, Tw ofold Bay, Jane 28, 1'83(L (to the editor of tee "bega gazette.") Sib,—Can you infofm me, through the columns of your journal, if tend...
CHAPTER XIII. MARGARET OWENSON AS SICK NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
CHAPTEE XIII. * MABGABET OWENSOX AS SICK NUESET Gaunt placed himself in Lis favorite position against the mantleshelf, and commenced his favourite employment of stroking and pulling his mustaches, maintaining, meanwhile, a silence that was evidently more forced than meditative. In the adjoining room we could distinctly hear the quick and constant movements of Miss Owenson and her assistants, but no sound from Cecile; and as minute after minute passed, and we listened in vain for some sign, were it but a cry or a moan, our anxiety became intensely painful. G-aunt at length* took to pacing the room ! with a stride that witnessed to his increasing anxiety, Suddenly ho paused, and grasping my arm in a manner that was anything but agreeable in its wounded state, he exclaimed in a low j tone: 'I wish you would go in and see what they're all about. * j ' To what use ?' I replied, groaning. * She told us before we were only , in the way. 'Iknow,' lie eaid in?the same low tone. ' Still, one'...
The Bega Gazette. " Quod petis hic est." SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
•' Quod i>etis hie est." SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1S6G. I\r classifying roads for a colony lilce New 8iutli Wales, it is impossible to in:ike one ocntrnl standard, and act with justice to the whole colony. For example, take the Metropolis (Sydney) as a centre,—the focus of all productions of the interior, and the great market of the colony.—Now, to vltssit'y aII the roads of the colony in reference to their relative importance with the Metropolis is absurd: for instance, the road irom B&lt;'gi to its shipping port, is, accoi-d\x=req-\ rig to the above standard, onl}' a third or fourth-class or minor '•o:\d; but to the district it is a main road, and of vital importance to the inhabitants. Again, all the co.ist districts invariably have their produce carried by waiter, consequently they are cutoff from receiving any benefit or advantage from the main or firsfc-ckss roads; and their claims for facilities of getting their product to the spaboard are ignored: because tjie small Hum...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
MiUBIAGKl. June 25.—At, Unvcnswood, Bc/ra, by the Rev. J. L. ivnight, WiMia.n, >1 'est son of Mr. 'William ttritten, of Rnvensvonrl. to Kll^n, f-corul 'InuplHer of Mr. Clarice, of Wuhoiigong, ami sister to Mis. 1). Inskii>, 1'rogo. June 27.—At the 1'ii.le's re.sidcucc. Rose Hill, by the Rev. J. L. Knight, Jjuuivi, secm l t>on of Mr. Jamns Armstrong, of (fi-nigs Flit, to Jane, relicit of the late John Hihlnml, Esq., of JJcgi.
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
SMALL DEBTS COURT. Schonningv. IColn.—&7. Goods sold and de':vered. No appearance. Case d'sraissed. Dawson v. O'Connor.—£10. No appcarance of defendant. Verdict for pin'ntiff. Dawson v. Hammond.—£213s. 7d&lt;v» No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff, Gates v. Black.—£2 iis. Plaintiff sold a bullock to defendant for £5, in order to liquidate a debt of £2 17s. He now claims the balance of £2 3s. Plaintiff contended that he took the bullock in consideration of giving plaintiff a clear receipt of h's,:ab'''ty to him, in proof of which he handed in to the li^uch a receipt signed by plaintiff, riiii'it'if der:ed having signed any receipt. But on their Worships comparing signatures, decided it was plaintiff's, and d sn^ssed the case. St. John's School, Bkga.—The Local Patrons of this school p.ud their first periodical visit on Tuesday last, and were much pleased at the progress the children have made under tticir new master. Mr. Quick is undoubtedly thoroughly co...
SELECT POETRY. DIFFERENT PATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
SELECT FOETRY. DIFFERENT PATHS. I " Wliaf , tliough with eagle glance upfixed On heights beyond our mortal ken. You tread the broad sure stones of Faith More firmly than do weaker men: " To cach according to his strength ; But -as we leave the plains below, Let us carve out a wider stairs, A broader pathway through the snow. "And when upon the golden crest We stand at last, together, freed Prom mists that circle round the base, And clouds that but obscutc our creed: " We shall perceive that though our steps Have wandered wide apart, dear friend, No pathway can be wholly wrong That leads unto one perfect end." I lately talked with one who strove To show that all my way was dim, That his alone—the road to Heaven; And thus it was I answered him: Strike not the glaff I hold away, You cannot give me yours, dear friend; Up this steep hill our paths are set In different wiso, to one sure end,
JAMAICA. (From the Home News, April 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
JAMAICA. (From the Home News, April 26.) Intelligence from Spaniel) Town by the Atrato, wliich lias arrived at Southampton* states that the labon-sof the Royal Go'mmission are well ni^h over, so far as relates to the taking of evidence. On the 24th of Marc-i the commission had adjourned sine ilk, aid it was anticipated that one or two other sittings would close the proceedings. Mr. Eyre has appeared a second time before the commission, in order to supply them with the information which, at his first examination, he was unable to afford. The evi.lence which he had now to give occupied a daySind a half in its reception. It consisted mainly of the reading of letter|iand other commutations received by the Government from Afferent pa' ts of the country, either before the occurrence of the disturbances or after the riotat Moraut Bay, and before the proclamation of the amnesty, and was intended to show the formation upon which his Excellency and his advisers acted in theirestimation of the...
THE LADY IN MUSLIN. CHAPTER XII. SOME ONE IN THE BOUNDARY STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 30 June 1866
THE LADY TN MUSLIN. CHAPTER XII. SOME OXE IX THE BOUXDAIIY STREAM. That tLiyrl had the largest dose of ennui that I think it has ever been my ill-luck to be forced to swallow. The rain came down in one continuous sullen pour; so there being no possibility of venting the feverish uncomfortable kind of excitement iudueed by Miss Owenson's ' quiet talk' in out-door exercise, I had no resource but literature, smoke, or Gaunt—all three of which were particularly distasteful to me in my pre' pent humour. With a bitter kind of satisfaction, I mused upon the hardworking but serene life I led in my quiet rooms, among my books and writings content to know of love through the love-making of my friend, and able to regard with phi-r losophical indifference all the occasional worries and annoyances it entailed. Dick was sitting in front of the window, which, in spite of the rain and chilly air, he insisted on having open ; his legs elevated to a level with his body by resting his feet on the sill...