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WEIGHTS FOR THE BEGA RACES. BEGA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

WEIGHTS FOR THE BEGA RACES. BEGA CUP. st lb St lb Southern Star ... 8 12 Tim ? 6. 7 Tliorntopper ? 8 0 Mericumbene... 6 7 Middlesex ? 7 9 Astronomer ... 6 0 Zalcika ? 7 2 Chance ? -5 0 Emerald ? 6 8 district fuese. st lb st lb Yuramic ? 8 7 Mnemon ? 7 7 Augleifale ? 8 2 Star ? 7 4 Mericumbene ... S 0 Tantawanglo... 5 11 ? Triton ? 7 7 t HURDLE SACK. st lb st lb Blaektborne ? 10 10 Star ? -) 7 Wraupler ? ? 10 'J Wbipoord ? 9 7 Lieutenant ? 9 11 Fairy ? ? 9 0

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

GENERAL NEWS. Terrible disclosures have been made during the enquiry into the management of tha Randwick Asylum. It 'appeals the boys' liave been brutally beaten and illtreated,( and for the most trivial offenCes/t The dis-' closures have created a'strong JfegTipg against the Barrack system, and the Sydney Press, advocates that a trial of the 4)oarding out. method b.e made. It is almost as well ,to, let the destitute children die. in the gutter as! to beat them to death 'with bundles of quince. 6ticksand blows on the naked -feet— At a meeting held in Cboina last week,, ' railway extension to Monaro, lyas strongly, advocated, and a deputation was^' appointed to wait on the Ministeir to urge the claims of the district to a share of railway expend!- , $uro. Complaints are again made by. Sydney, tradesman that the. Exhibition iis; xapidly becoming nothing but a huge bazaar.' Go.ods are sold, commonly, in fact it is stated that a man can get measured.' for a suit of clothes / under the. ...

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

MORUYA, [From oub Correspondent.] Since my last several Uttlp episodes havo taken place here, spnie funny, some other- ] wise. ] Of course ypu have heard of the horse: whipping case. An editor was horsewhipped, pommelled, kicked, and otherwise maltreated. Well how funny things do end I Horse whipped, stunned, swooned away, had no further recollection, then received a kick which cured tho stunning swoon ; like cures like ; homteopathy stands good pvon in a j brawL Bnt the rummest thing is that one witness said as soon as ho took hold of ] Keating, he, tho editor, was gone— how or j where he could not toll. Snakes disappear the same way. The case was very ably de- i fended by one of your lawyers, Mr. Eawlin- J son, and of course was dismissed. i Flower show passed off well, and was a success. There wore some splendid exhibits of flowers and fancy work. Bouquets wero the most mimouous, filling one table, and most tastefully arranged, a marked improve ment on previous shows. The decisio...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

OUR TELEGEAMS. [Fbom our Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY. November 20, A heavy thunder-gform occurred yesterday accompanied by jfcrafic downpour of rain, flooding various pSpf the city aud sub urbs. In the Assembly last night, in reply to a question, the Premier reiterated his intention Ql introducing a Bill as soon as possible to amend tlie Licensing Act. Sir Henry Parkos' resolution rescinding the previons resolutions in regard to tho land ior the site for the cattle sale yards carried after a warm debate by a majority of twelve, tho Premier sig nifying his intention of resigning office if the resolutions wore negatived. A committee was appointed to enquire into and report on tbe management of the Randwick Asylum. The overland te^graph hue is interrupted north of Teiinant Creek. Coates is unable to take part in tho inter colonial match ; Evans is also an uncertain player. The team will not be selected until to-night. A telegram from Gundagai states that constable Bowen is in a...

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

BERMAGUI SHIPPING FACILITIES. A numerously attended meeting was held at Cobargo on Saturday, 8th instant, W. D. Tarlinton Esq., J.P., occupying the chair, to consider the desirability of establishing steam communication botween Sydney and Ber magui, the shipping port of tile Cobargo, Wandella, Dry Biver, and Tilba districts; and also to discuss matters connected with the shipping facilities of the port. The chairman road the advertisement from the Standard convening tho meeting and briefly explained the objeots of the gathering. He suggested the clearing out of Bermagui River and thought it was too late to ask for Horseshoe Bay. Mr. Thomas Moorhoad also advocated tho opening of Bermagui Biver to tho present wharf. Mr. F. G. Roberts advocated the amalga mation of Bega aud Cobargo with the view of procuring a locally owned steamer for tho trade, and that tho I. S. N. Co. be written to that if they did not send a steamer steps would be taken to put on a local one. Mr. W.-Ferguson advoc...

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

Ladies' School MRS. RUM NK V having obtained 11 1 c assist ance of a COMPETENT LADY accus tomed to tuition *vill tion-benblcto ( aku a LIMI TED NUMURU of BOARDERS, and Jo open a Dancing Class tor Young Ladies and Children. MRS. RUMNEY, ' ' GirpS-STREET, BEGA. Church Services. Church of England. 1 DIVINE SERVICE will be held at St. John's i liega, every Sunday Morning aud I Evening. Holy Communion on the First Sunday ii, Every;' Mo.ith. Baptisms every Sunday, nt 3p. m. Kameruka Pahisii. , November 80 — Paubula, II a.m. (H.C^ j Merimbula, 7.30 p.m. . Vi I R.EA.RL. November 23 — Kamaraka, 11 a.m. (H.C.) and 7.30 p.m. ; Tantawanglo, 3.80 p'.in. November 24 (SJcuday) — Wolumla, 7.80p.m November 25 (Tuesday) — Panbula, 7.80 pj.m. November 20 (Wednesday) — Merimbula, 7. 80 p.m. — By Rev. Canon' SoAitEs, for Church Society. ' ' . Wesleyan.. DIVINE SERVICE wilj bo conducted ns under:— November 28— Cobargo, 11 a.m. ; Brogo, 3. November 30. — Bega 11' a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Wplupila, 3 p.iii . ' ...

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

Shipping. I ' M Illawarra Steam Navigation Company. Bi-weekly Steamer Between Sydney, jffoi-imhiila. Tathra and Eden. M1HE HUNTER aud otUer Steamers leave 1 SYDNEY for TATHRA, MERIMBULA, Atul EDEN, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 /b.ui., ri-turniug on FRIDAY. Fares and Freights at Lowest Bates Agents ; Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at ' Merimbula, Mr- A. T. GIBSON ; at Tailira, C. BATTANDIEE MEYER. J une 2, 1873 Business Directory. G. HASLINGDEN. a u c t y2^ E E R» .San 3 onflr §&-ie¥ctil JLg6tot. Office': CHURCH STREET. Sale Yards : CHURCH STREET, ' . ? (Late F. Be and Co.'s.) ? '' j WOOL- P WOOL VDTANCES, snAtfl or large, against Uw coming clip (re77.). Easiest terms B JOHN BRIDliE. Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. C. ANDERSON & SONS, PLUMBERS! (Ul^W^fsED IRON AND TIN lRKamy^ORKERS, : J- UIPPS-STRIET, BEGA. WEBBS BOOTH, COIIM I S S.I -/N AGENTS, . , :69and 71 Wesex-st., Sydney, Between King aiid Erskine-sts. S. CL^&KE, CCMMlS^/oN AGENT Victoria wharf, Sydney. Land Agenc...

POLICE COURT. (BEFORE the P.M. and Messrs. Kirby and Broad.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

POLICE COURT. (Before the P.M. and Messrs. Kirby and Broad.) Arthur Alcock sued Thomas M'Cartby for refund of damages for cattle impounded off unenclosed lauds. It was the first case un der the new Act, and Bench and Bar seemed iu a fog. The Police Magistrate and Mr. O'Connor held the opinion that a written notice was necessary, Mr. Kirby and Mr. llawliuson contending that the protest lodged by plaintiff when paying the demand was sufficient. Tho majority of the Bench tak ing the latter view, the P.M. retired from the case, which resulted in an order for re payment of the charge together with the costs. David Kiss was charged, as au indictable offence, with assault on Patrick M'Guinnoss. Mi-. O'Connor appeared for tho prosecutor ; and Mr. Bawlinson for the defendant. The evidence of the prosecutor went to show that Kiss came up to him after a case that his, McGuinness', father had against Abbott, and asked why he had introduced his, Kiss', name. He replied that it was truth, and tha...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 22 November 1879

Tue Steamer — The Hunter slioltered iu Ulladul'a during the late gale mid left again curly yesterday morning; aud arrived last evening. No Room. — We again publish a second supplement to keep up our usual quantity of about twenty columns of reading matter. Wo havo been compelled to hold over leaders on ahorigipes and the position of the Polico Magistrate, some remarks on tlio Tilba dis }.iictatid other reading matter. SBnoit.—Iii ' Shipper's ' letter an error occurs. In the fourth paragraph aud thir teenth line, for port ' read ' hurt.' Land Court. — On Monday next, Mr. Commissioner Johnson will commenco bis ^ court iu Bega. On Friday, lie will be at Ptmdelo, and on Tuesday, 2nd December, ho will commence hearing cases at Cobargo. Lectohe. — Oil Tuesday evening Mr. A. Kennedy will deliver a lecture at the School * of Arts taking for his subject ' Great Britain tlio fifth and last Empire.' Tho subject is ono that leads to deep thought, and should command a more than usual share of at...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISTRICT OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

BEGA i?OST-OFFIOE. ARRIVAL AND piSl'ATCIl OF MAILS ABIUVAL^ gydncy via Goulburu, Braid- ) Daily, (Tucs , woofi, Mornyo, Kurobodalla, j. ilavs' excepted) Cobargo aud Brogo. ] at C p.m. pamcruka. Catldolo. JIogilLn : 1 , ' Colomlw 'an.l Monaro, via ^ M-days, Tautnwangb. ) ' a*,n' Kamcruk a,. Candelo, and Col- 1 ThurBdnys, , omljo, | 7.;o p.m. Eden, Panbnla, Tovnmbn, 1 Tuesday nnd Merimbula, and Wolumla, f Friday, 4 p.m. Monaro, via Wyadham aud [ Tuesday, nt 4 ' Palilalia, j p.m. Monaro. via Colombo, aud ( Sunday, at 6.30 Numbugga, 1 p.m. ?Tan ja (Nelsons'), I Tuesday 10.30 J am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega via ffttfira on Wednesday or Thureday. JJEPABTUUES. Sydney via Brogo, Colmrgn, J Daily, (Thurs Eurobodalla, Moruya, liraid- I days excepted, wood, and Goulbuvu,' J nt 11,30 a.m. Kameruka, Candelo, and Mo- ) Mondays, 9.30 gilla ; aud Mouara via Tan- - a.m. tawnuglo, ' ) Knnieruka and Caudclo ; and I Thursday, at Morinro via Colombo, J 9.30 a.m. Wolnrnla, Merimbula,. Panbula j Su...

THE TILBA TILBA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

THE TILBA TILBA DISTRICT. ' What is the good of a holiday 1 there is no place to goto !' This is a common ex pression, and one that acts as a sort of ex cuse for moping about duriug our occa sional holiday times, and for not making a little exertion to put ourselves in the way of a change of air and change of scene, and shaking off the rust that attaches it self to the smartest of us in our daily round of somewhat monotonous life ia a country town. With these ends in view, and to see if the much vaunted beauty of the Tilba Tilba country was real, or existed only in the imagination of its more enthusiastic admirers, the writer took advantage of a holiday to visit the settlements that nestle under the shadow of Cooligah, the big mountain of the blackfellow, Anglicized into the nn poetic name o( tbe Dromedaiy for the reason it is said that a certaiu peak in the mountain resembles the hump on tbe ani mal's back, surely too lame an excuse for dropping the pretty native name of Cooli pah....

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

GENERAL NE¥S, The Randwick enquiry, before a subcom mittee appointed by the Directors, drags its weary length along, and further disclosures of wretched mismanagement are made. The Parliamentary commission will take the matter out of tbe bauds of tho sub-committee, and it is to be. hoped briug about substantial changes in the management of thn iiiKtitn. tion. Tho long pending case of the Melbourne Daily Telegraph against Mr. 'Berry, Chief Secretary ot Victoria, was heard last week, and resulted in a verdict of .£25. The defen dant called no . evidence to rebut the case, and left Ills interests in the hands' of tho jury. Certain points were reserved wliioh may up set the verdict. By all accounts the Sydney Exhibition at the Garden Palace is now about fit to receive visitors. Hitherto all has been ou tho make shift principle, but now all the Couits are Baid to be complete. It is authoritively stated that tho Prince of Wales will be present at the opening of . the Melbourne Exhibition....

GREAT BRITAIN, THE FIFTH AND LAST KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

GREAT BRITAIN, THE FIFTH AND LAST KINGDOM. This was the title of a lecture delivered at the School of Arts, on Tuesday, by Mr. Alexander Kennedy, who has more than once appeared on the publio platform as an exponent of the Anglo-Israel Identity belief. The attendance was very meagre-^-first, for the reason that the weather , was not very promising in me eveuiug , mm next, Because the committee of the institute had fixed a small charge for admission, the feeling among members being that the lecture being one given under tho invitation of the Com* mittee that members should not have been asked to pay a fee for admission however trifling. The subject was also rather dense for the average audience, but from tbe man-, ner in which it was handled there was in struction and pleasure to he derived by the ? most careless, unless, indeed their compre- , hension can never rise above a step and-clog dance. Dr. Shiels, President of the Institute, j occupied the chair, and introduced the lec ture...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, November 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

[jtboji toe Press Telegrois.1 LONDON, November 20. uount ochouvaloff has resigned, dis gusted with the duplicity of Prineo Gortscliakoff as shown in the Afghan dis closures. Popo Leo Xm has condemned the Ultramontane doings of the Belgian bishons. nnd nnnnKnln mn^linn submission to the laws of (he country. A petroleum explosion has occurred in excavating a immcl in California, causing the death of fifty Chinamen. The Wesleyan Centenary Fund has reached £200,000 Three persons have been arrested in Ireland, one being the proprietor of a Nationalist newspaper in County Mayo ; another, named Davitt, is an ex-convict from Dublin ? and the third, named Killer, is a barrister belonging to Dublin. There is great cxcitement throughout Ireland, and the agitation is increasing in couse quence of these arrests. It is understood that warrants have been issued for the arrest of other pronounced agitators, whose action is calculated to foment dis turbance. General Roberts has taken precaution ary ...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

OUR PARIS LETTER; - AGRICULTURE. ? . The most important- agricultural region in, France is tho department.! of .the -Nord, of/ wliich Lille is the'capital. Its show, which; has just taken place, is . ever an . event,. Arthur Young in his travels, has borne testi-. . . , mony to the richness of French Flanders,. and to the' advanced systems of culture there ' AjSJMp practised. It is thus the Nord is at the head : of -French agriculture; it is the centre of the. beet-sugar mttuspy,'.ot colza and sax culture, . of dairy farming and stock fattening. In 1840 the Nord.-supported one 'head of cattie- per S acres ; at . present there is one head for every 2 J acres, and were, all- France capable., of this progress the country could boast of' three times its number of live stock. , The- J Flemish, is the favorite local race of jcattle,. * and next, crosses of this breed with Dux-- , hams. The Flemish cow lias a darkish red ^ hide, occasionally iwith white spots on the. ? head and flanks ; th...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ' ACTUAL EACES, . .THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 1st and 2nd January, 1880. ?Idxiqk— C. TIStilcs, Esq., J.P. ' IlANDreAPrEEa : Messrs. J. Fnrraber, W. Rixon, W. J. Coman, Stewauds : Messrs. W. W. Wren, I Messrs. M. J. Pedeu, .Tohn Farraber, | J. W. Blair, W. .1. Comau, I C.W.M'Lcod James liixcm. | Staeteu— Mr. Joshua Britten. CuERK of Course— Mr. Charier M'Gregor. First Day— Thursday, Jan. 1, 1880. ? ' (SS irst Racc to start nt 1 2.80) MAIDEN 1'LATJ', of 40 sovs., with a sweep for starters of 2 sovs: ; second horse to reccivc the sweep ; for maidcu horses at time of nomina tion reaching Secretory j distance, ] J mile ; weight for age; nomination, 1 sov., now open: entrance to close at 0 p.m. on tlie IStli No vember, 1879 ; penalty for winuens — I oucc. filbs ; twice or more, 71bs ; winners of two- year-old races are eligible for this race. (Second race to start at 2 p.m.) IHLG A CU P. of 150 sovs., with a sweep for 'stnrtcraof 3 sovs. each to go to the second horse ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] EDEN DISTRICT COURT. To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. £We do not identify c urseleves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] EDEN DISTRICT COURT. To the Editor of ihe Bega Standard. Dear Sm, — Kindly afford , me the use of a small space to explain tlie singular aud inac curate report of a case of ' Dennis v. Row ley ' appearing iu Thursday's Bega Gazette, either by this letter or a Joeal. Not seeing any of your or the Gazette's 'reporting staff' at Eden, this report reminds me of one i ? i.. ui t-iit: ivxuru^il vUULuS uppeuj-iug iu yvuL uuu temporary some time sinee, when a ' legal light ' was reported as having ' won all his cases.' Youvb truly '. EDWARD MANBY, ? ? ? .. :. : Defendant's Attorney. The explanation .is this : The Judge de sired to -effect a settlement between the par ties themselves, framed tho terms 'with that object, which are not for publication. Defend ant did not ' withdraw tbe defamatory lan guage' because by his pleas he' denied over using such. . What he did was to. express .re g...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

Holloway's Ointment -and Pills. — . As spring. approaches ^ a most favourable opportunity offers for rectifying irregu larities, removing impurities, and erasing . blemishes which . have arisen from the pre sence of mat ters forbade by - winter jrom being transpired through the pore?; This: Searching Ointment, well rubbed upon the. sltin, penetrates to the deeply-seated organs upon which it exerts a most wholesome and beneficial influence. Well nigh all the indigestions give way to this simple treatment, aided by purifying and apertive doses of Holloway's Pills, round each box of which plain ' instructions ' are folded. Bilious disorders, loss of ajjpetite, fulness after eating, lassitude, gont, and rheu matism may be effectively checked in their painful progress, and the seeds of long suffering eradicated by these remedies, Ladies' SeliooL^ MRS. RUMNEY having/etftained the assist ance ot a C0lSJ?EiElf'lj LADY accus tomed to tuitiou wilralw bl/thc to take a LIGH TED NUMBER of IrDfil...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, November 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

OUR TELEGEAMS. ffEOM OUB TELEGnAPIUC OOEllESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY', November 27. In the Assembly last night Mr. Eitz patrick resumed tho debato on the Edu cation Bill, addressing the Houso for over two hours in opposition to the Bill, prin cipally in regard to the compulsory sys tem. He. eloquently defended the Public ? Schools against the chai'ges made by the Bishops of the Komnn Catholic Church, jjir. ureenwuuu. luiiuw^uux Dujjpn w iuu measure, in an able and lengthy speech occupying over half-an-hour. ? Mr Jacobs opposed the second reading in a lengthy but' immterestuig address. .Upon the motion, of Mr. Dillon the debate was ad journed until to-day: The City Corpor ation Act Amendment Bill passed through committee!. In tho Upper. House the Matrimonial Clauses Bill passed through Committee without amendment. A block of City property * known as Cliisliolm's estate1, George-street, was sold at auction-r jcstefday for £160,000, being at the rate of aliout £500 per foot. The W.intabadgery...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

COMMERCIAL STORES. JUST TENTACKIKG AN 111 MENSB STOCK I OF QENERAL jyj£ERCHANDIZE, ~ ' which will V : Ready lor Inspection, ' ON' MQPAY NEXT, AND F- LLOWING DAYS, Tfye Largest Best/ and Cheapest 4 ssortment 13VER SUJA f j I,EGA D R 4 I ERY, Grocery, Ironmongery, sranss&sFi) ss»acam. DRUGS anfc CHEMICALS, &c. AX EARLY IX. PECTIOXi t SOLICITED. JOHN I^NNELLY. . (pBARGO- MR. JOHN P'REILLY/ij^ytflorised to COLTjEQT MONIE8U*Offi to the BEGA STANDARD, ariaim ltocoipt will bo Sufficient Discharge. Wm, NEILLEY. Church Services. Church of England. DIVINE SERVICE will be held at St. John's Hega, every Sunday Morning and Evening. Holy Communion on tho First Sunday in Every Mouth. Baptisms every Sunday, nt 3p. m. Kameruka Parish. November 80 — Panbula, 11 a.m. (H.C.) ; Merimbula, 7.30 p.m. R. EARL. Catholic. ']\ J ASS will he celebrated on Sundny, ns under : — December 7— Candelo. December 14 — Bega. Wesleyan. DIVINE SERVICE will bo conducted as under : — November 30. — Bega 11 ...

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