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

Shipping. t J lllawarra Steam Navigation \ Company. JBi-woekly Steamer Between Sydney, yro7.imhnln , Tathra and Eden. n 1HE HUNTER aud other Steamers leave L SYDNEY for TATHRA, MERIMBULA, au.l EDEN, every WEDNESDAY, at 9.1.5 ia.ni., rcturniug on FRIDAY. Fares and Freights at Lowest 'fiateB »S, Agents:. Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at // Merimbula, Mr.. A. T. -GIBSON j at TAtfrra, *? *!& T ' C. BAXTAND1ER MEYER. ^ June 2, 1879 Business Directory. G. HASLINGDEN. A U C T I O/f E E R, JsanX and JMneral Jlgen-t. Office -. CHURCH STREET. Salb Yards : CHURCH STREET, (Late l'\ Be and Co.'s.) J WOOL- WtfOL ? VDYANCES, small a/ large, against the coming clip (I8f In. Easiest terms V 30HNBUIDUE. Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. C. ANDEESON fcCONS, PLUMBERS, (AlbM ™fep IRON AND TIN Pl\i«E VC^IKERS, GIPPS-STIiEET, $EGA. WEBB & mOTtitr COMMISSIO \/-tL GENTS, 69 and 71 Sussex-st., Sydney, Between King aud Erskinc'sts. H. CLARKE/'' CCMMISSIO %/ AGENT victoria wharf, sydney. Land Agency, ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 29 November 1879

'When Mr. Dayis had the duties of police magistrate thrust upon him we took oc casion to refer to the ridiculous position, lie would be placed in occasionally, when his duties as the Bench's leader 'aud the ltencli'6 servant happened to clash. This occurred last week, when the P.M. and another maeistrnta decided fn ndinuvn ,- case, and the third magistrate wished to hear the evidence out. 'Mr. Davis, as Reader of the Bench, adjourns ; another magistrate, who has a perfect right to sit and hear a case single handed if he clioses, finds that tho C.P.S. will not oboy orders and take depositions, and the Court is at a etand-still. . It should- be remembered that the ap « pointment of Police Magistrate was made in response to a memorial to tho Govern ment. Being any easy going people, and having an easy going representative, we were shelved with the honor and glory of having areal live Police Magistrate, by the simple tacking of that responsible office on to Mr. Davis' already multitu du...

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

MARRIAGE. 1 JOHNSTON— TOMPSRTT.—Oq the 22nd. No vember, at Rermiigui, by the Rev. J. E. Carruthers, William Johnston to Charity jb'loreuoe Tompsett, both of Bcrmagui. $5tp 2Vju« to our Principles. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1879

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

COMMERCIAL STORES, SIPPS-STEEET, BEOA. THE Proprietor of the above ling JUST RE: TUBNlfiD from SV DNliY, vrbeie lie lins succeeded in purchasing in that market, on nc count of tbe present Depressed State o£ (be times there, from some ol tlie FIRST j HOUSES, ONE OF THE Grandest, Best, and Cheapest OF GBNJJEAIi MERCHANDIZE EycR SHOWN IN THE BEGA. DISTRICT, AT PRICES SUITED to the TIMES. On Account of the 'Very Low Prices filling nud the Inducements OQcrc^, I \vtis ' ? Tempted to BUY VERY LARGELY, consequently I have secured nn Ext km] y e Stock FOB THE COMING FESTIVE SEASON, arid in order to mmm rais GOODS WILL BE OFFERED, And G renter Inducements, nnd Facilities will be given than ever. As it is not junic\ to fltlier fccptomcr. wsBamnkooK Such as above, to cnunAratc or. QUOTE A WW LEADING LIKES PRICES AS A DRAW, And to Fifittj p an advertisement, it is not my iutcntioMo do so, neither to indulge in Vjn&lj is commonly termed PUEF I'-bu± I would request A GALL AND. INSPEGTIO.N ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

Shipping. Jllawarra Steam Navigation Company. JBi-iyeeltly Steamer Between Sydney, Wririmhiila- Tathra and Edoh. fllHE -HUNTER andiotlicr Steamers leave ' I SYDNEYforTATHRA, MERIMBDLA, ami EDENj eveiy -? -WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 'a.m.,ti'iiirniag oh FRIDAY; - ' Fares and freights at Lowest Bates Agents :? Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at fterimbula, Mr. A. T. GIBSON ; at Tathra, K C. BATTAND1ER MEYER. ; ' - June 2, 1879 ' Bus! ness Directory. G. HASLINGDEN, U.CTI OJtf EE R, Jo anil aM(l ffemeral Jlgpnt. PFFici-'CIHiJtlCS STREET, .Sale Y ards: CHURCH STREET, (Late V. Be and Co.'s.) WOOL. /WOOL \ DVANCE9, small/-r large, against the J'\_ comitg clip (18T7). Easiest terms ? t ? ' ? ? . JOHN BttlDGE. Stock and Station Agent, Sydney. jC. ANDERSON & SONS, ^LUMBERS, IRON ANJ? TIN Pl\'E»\\^IKERS, GIPPS-STREET, \eGA. WEBB & BOtflFH, p O M .V I S 8 I O. yf AGENTS, '60' and 71 Sussex-rst., Sydney, between' King and Erskine-pfs. H. CLARKEp ft p iiMMI S S.I Q$ AGENT VICTORIA WHARF, SYDNEY. ...

LAND OFFICE. THURSDAY, 4TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

\ A 2* V, OFFICE.. Thcbsdav, 4th Decevbeb. No, Gl. — JProderick Gregg Fowler, 40 acres, under 13th seotion, parish of Mokp-. roeka, to include Poole's flat, ' No. 62.— William. Griffiths, 40- acres under 13Ui section, parish of- Mokoreeka, about a. mile. N. W. froijiJ. J. Greens'- selection. ' No. 63.— John Vincent Griffiths, 40-aores, 13th section, parish of Mokoreeka, to include. J a place.known as Yankees' Hat. | ' No. 64. — Chas. Smith Barnes, 40 acres, under 14th section, parish of Mnrrah,' 'ij&Qg an abandoned C.P. of Win. Brocklohursfs. No. 65. — John Hawdon, 80 acres, under 21st section, parish of Puen Buen, fronting Brogo River and north of B. Parberry's 1 land, i

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

Hgld Over. — Press of advertisements coming iu too late to allow of our issuing a second supplement, compcls us to hold over leader, remarks on steam communication, aud other reading matter. Death. — Tbe many friends of Mr, F. Hand will lcarui with regret of that gentleman's death, vnL+nnln,, nftn.nn,„ nf WU1CIJ 1 l.:u jri^aWLUUjr U1LIUUIIUU, lib tUi^U o'clock. He has been, as all kuovr, a great sufferer, but he maintained his cheerfulness and ca linness to the end, and passed away in the ' sure and certain hope ' that was his solace in nil his bodily afflictions. AVe can say with safety that he never made an enemy, and his friend?, who are legion, will long miss the cor dial greeting and checrful smile he hod for all. Forfeiture. — Mr. W. H. Hopkins' seleo of 80 acres, 10th February, 1876, is gazetted forfeited for non-receipt of declaration. Jury List. — The jury list for this district will be revised by -jhe magistrates on Tues day nest. Property Sale. — We loam that tho Champion...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

BEGA DISTRICTJOCKEY CLUB ? ANNUAL RACES, ~ THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 1st and 2nd January, 1880. .Tudge — C. T. Stiles, Esq., J.P. ' : HAKDICArPEBS : Messrs. J. Farraber, W. ltixon, W. J. Coman. - ? ? ? ? Stewards : Messrs. W. W. Wren, I Messrs. M. J. Peden, - ? Jolin Farraber, | ? J. \V. Blair, W. J. Com mi, ? I C.W. M'Lcod James ltixon. | Starter — Mr. Joshua Britten. CLERK of Coukse — Mr. Charier M'Gregor. First Day— Thursday, Jan. 1, 1880. ?' ? (First Race to start at 12.30) ? MAIDEN PLATE, ol 40 sots., with a sweep for starters of 2 sovs. ; second horse to receive tbe sweep; for maideu horses at time of nomina tion reaching Secretary; distance, 1} mile; weight for age ; -nomination, 1 sov., now open ; entrance to close at 9 p.m. on the 13th No- I verober, 1879 ; penalty ? for ? winners — I once. Bibs ;? twice or more, 71bs ; winners of two-year-old races are eligible for this race. (Second race to start' at 2 p.m.) ' ' BEGA. CUP, of 150 sovs., with a sweep for starters bf 3 f o'vs. e...

TILBA TILBA DISTRICT. II [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

TILBA TILBA DISTRICT. II Morrirnqn having given us a cordial invi tation to visit the settlement that lie 'bosses,' wo started for Walluga Lake early on Monday, and passing through part ot Mr. Hobbs' fine property, we came to the edge of the beautiful sheet -of water opposite tbe flack's camp on Merriman Island. A ' coo-eo ? set tbe camp on the qui vive, and spon the latest gift of the government in tbe shape qf a boat was qt our disposal to ferry us qver to the settle ment, - Arrived there, Merriman and his wife, yclio rejoices in tbe pretty name of Nerell, with about as fair a share of per sonal unsigbtliness as falls to the lot o f the average gin of any age, did the honors for us. There were twenty two, or there-, ^bouts, in the settlement, from the patriarchal Haw-den and the ancient Merri man and bis spouse, down to tbe little bright-eyed toddler and the infant in anas.. The children have a bright intelli gent look, and many have pretensions to beauty from nu aboriginal point ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

TENDERS- .X'' HAVING purchased Block in Auckland and Ca|p-slf^fcj known as Ellis1 Corner, I will recJive Tenders for the ERECTION of a WOODEN BUILDING 60 FEET by 40 FEET. Particulars at my office. IG. HASLINGDEN. Auctioneer. Public Notice. IN consequence of the ADVANCE in the PRICE OF FLOUR, we«MMompe1lcd'«BiP mil ii Tl 1 1 lUOWnmMMHffT' to RAISE tlie PRICE of BREAD to 9d the lib LOAF, and 4Jd tho 21b. E. SUTTLE and CO-, BEGA BAKERS. Bega Presl yterian Church I 5NDERS. TISNDERS will 1 o receive! up to MOND &Y, 8th DECEM1 EBfJfor/theu crcction of a Vestry and Schoolr oim lorAomllove/Church. Specification!, mi j^JsecLJi .Krgfattc Office. The Lowest or n ly Janyf X'£l€r not neces sarily acccpted. » I Tenders to be ad Ircssedl to the Undersigned aud endorsed ' Tet der for Vestry. & c.' J- »HN 6HIELS, Hou. Sec. Bega, 26th Nov., 1879. Dr. Lyn l's Apology, OITOOI E TjYfjtl.y I HERE BY apolog d%T M^SfV/I/RGARET O'TOOLE for - ertafo drogmafoi reports circulated by mc toi a^as...

COBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

COBARGO* (From as Occasional Coreespondent.)' Good Templars C. C. v Tipplers C. C. — t A novel qnd interesting match took place at. Cobargo. on Saturday last, 2.9th November, when perhaps for- the first time iu. the colony eleven Good Templar cricketers, competed in friendly game of cricket with an eleven chosen from the ranks of the non-Templars, or, as they styled themselves, the Good Tipplers, 'The result was, as of course nearly every body predicted, a decided win for the Good Templars. The Tippler's hav* ing won the toss decided to go to. the wickets, nnd when they were all disposed of bad scored 41 runs. D. and J. Tarlinton showed some excellent batting, the former h^ving put together 17, runs in good style, Thei Good Templars next handled the. willow,' sending in Bros. Roberts and Crosby to face, the. bowlers, D. and J. Tarlinton.^ Bro.. Crosby quickly led off by hitting D. Tallin-, ton all over the field, fours, threes, and twos; were quickly put together, and as this bats-,...

CRICKET. JELLAT JELLAT V. PANBULA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

CRICKET. JELLAT JELLAT V. PANBULA. The match between these clubs came off on tho Bega ground on Saturday last,, and was. won by the Jellat men. Tho winners went first to the wickets and were all disposed of' for A. VfiVV Rmn.ll HnOVfl. Tlifl 'Pn.nlinlo -mnn then took the wickets, and' their innings closed for 53 runs, and victory seemed cert tain. The Jellat made a better stand in their next innings, putting a score of 53 to-, gether, which left their opponents what looked like a trifling afternoon's work, 23 to, get to win. A panic set in however, and the bowlers bad it'tul their own way, knocking wickets about as fast as men could be sent in, and when nine wickets had Mien the Panbula men had still 15 to get. The two. last men Haywood and Martin 'made a show for a score, but one of them receiving his. quietus the game was over, leaving Jellat Jellat winners hjr9 runsi The scored^fiara, not been furnished.

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

r BEGA POST-OFriCE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCn OF MAILS ABRIVAtS. Sydney via Goulburn, Braid- 1 Daily, (Tues ?' wood, Mornyn, Eurobodalla, J. days' excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. ? J at fi p.m . Kameruka, Candelo. Mogilla j J -r ' . ? ColomlKi and Monaro, xinl Mondays, Tant.wnnglo. . j n-m- Kameruka,. Candelo, aud Col- j Thursdays, ' omtio, ' ?? f 7.il0 p.nii Eden, Paubnla, Towamba, 1 Tuesday and - Merimbula. and Wolnmln. t irriflnT 4 nm Monaro, via Wyndham and I Tuesday, at 4 ? Panbulit, ( p.m. Monnro. via Colombo, aud i Sunday, ntti.30 - 'Nuinbugga, ? ? ? ' 1 ' p.m. Tanja (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 J !. ' ? am.: The Mail hy Steamer rcaches Bega via Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday. 1 departures. Sydney viij Brdgoj' ? Gobargo, 1 Daily, (Tliurs : Eurobodalla, Moruya, Braid- Kdays excepted, wood, and Goulburn, ?- J atll.S0a.ro. Kameruka, Candelo, and Mo- ) Mondays, 9.30 '? gilla ; and'Monara via Tan- - ! ? a.m. tawauglo, ? ? j Kamcmka and Candelo ; and 1 Thursday, at 1' Monaro via Colombo, ...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

. TEl^GrEA-MS: rFRofeipljB Telegraphic Corbespondtots .] V ? * SYDNEY, December -4. In the Assembly last night nine additional petitions were presented from Roman Catho-. lies in different parts of the country praying for the introduction of payment by results^ iuto the Educational system of the oountry. Upon a motion for.adjournment a discussion - arose with regard to the awards to the police , engaged in arresting the Wahtabadgery bush-, rangers, several members ' contending that'', the amounts -.were whollv insufficient. .-The.-* Premier stated that the Government acted on the advice - of the Inspectoj-general of' Police. The debate' on .the Education Bill; was resumed. Messrs. Cohen, .Charles, Bar ton, Farnell, Murphy and Cameron supported ^ . , : the measure, and Dr. Bowker ppposed. The.;ti^fe debate was adjourned until to-night, whenitjj|||ll is expected the division will take place. ^ . In the Upper House Sir John Boborason * ¥ :- moved the second reading of 'the liarid *BiU ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 6 December 1879

GENERAL NEWS. The Strathleven filled up rapidly with cargo and took her departure on Saturday last for London via Melbourne. She took about 80 carcases of beef and 100 sheep in her refri ferating room, as well as 100 tubs of butter, he had -besides 3000 bales of wool on board with other cargo, and will take in a similar quantity of wool in Melbourne. The result of the experiment, on which so much de pends, will likely be known in the Colony about the end of January.* Mr. William Silk, a son of the late Mr. gilk, of Eden, and of Boco Station,. Nimity belle, was found dead near Nimitybelle, on Tuesday weeli. An inquest was held before. Cooma Coroner, when a verdict of death from apopleM was returned. The weather was unseasonably cold on jMonaro last week. The Mercury reports . that as Mr. H. Dawson was returning from holding an inquest at Nimitybelle ho drove through ia snow storm. Heavy frost at Braidwood last week de stroyed many grain and potato crops. The School of Arts, at Bombal...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

Correction. — Wo are requested to state that the rood works enquired about by Mr. H. J. Bate were on the road Tilba to Wogonga, not Cobargo to Tilba. Road Superintendent. — Tlie Briadwootji Diepatcli states that Mr. Coleman is leaving tho Braidwood district and. that Mr. Bun dock will toko his place. H.M.S. Pinafore. — We mentioned the dato of the performance of 'Pinafore' as 26th December, instead of Anniversary day, 26th January. Hail Stoem. — On the night of Friday the 5 th instant ah extraordinary hail storm passed over Wolumlq. The hail stones tell as large as duck eggs, smashing through cor rugated iron roofs in their descent, splitting shingles off roofs, smashing windows, lamps, or any thing breakable, and doing great damage to gardens and fruit trees. The course of the storm was limited to the imme diate neighborhood of Wolumla. Chdhch of England. — . AY® learn that Archdeacon D. Evans-Jones, of D.eniiiquin, has been appointed to the Bega parish. The reverend gentlemen is s...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

Sllawatra Steam Navigation Co. Christmas Excursions. VnlCKETS at a SINGL ! dARE for the JL DOUBLE JOOHNlBY will be issued by 'tlie Steamers of tbe Cframi y, Ivailable from FRIDAY, the 19lh DlfofM iEM to THURS DAY, the 15th JANtJA|R\ , (ifcth Days In clusive.) \ ? ? I. S. N. Co .'a Offices, 8th December, 1879. t .J, lawarra St iam Navigation Co. TWTO STEAME i /tfSMeavs or CALL at ,131 TATHRA on gJ?ESD .7 MORN INGS until furth- ? notice. C. B. MEYI R, Agent. ?Tathia, 15, th 3S-Jv., 1679. IUawai ra SjN. Con panv.yf TTNTIL fyrt ler ndtiao a stea OG^TjlfijLA W |U Merimb la fojMSydney vo^ VUBS-J PAT and FRI )AY at 10 a.w y ^ j/7 Preliminary Notice. H. M, S/'PimF0RE. A SOLE PERFQRHIftJf™ of this highly * POPULAR 4Pf K- jpf li be given by - .special permission of 1. 4V7Wlliamson, Esq., in the Hall of the SohloJ oT Arts, on Monday, ^H. j26th of January, 1881 ANNIVERSARY NIGHT. Fall particulars iii future jssue. LILY WELBY. Uth December. «3' If you drink quarts of strong beer every day, you w...

PETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

PETITIONS. By this week's steamer, Mr. Peden will be the bearer of several petitions to the Gov ernment having for their object the advance ment and progress of the district. The pre sence in the metropolis just now of several of our influential residents, amongst whom are Messrs. Jno. Jauncey, J. D'Arov, and D. Gowing, J.P.'s, W. W. Wren and T. Rawlin son, will enable them to form a deputation, accompanied by our member Mr. Clarke, to wait on the several Ministers, and doubtless secure complianoe with their requests. The petition for the improvement of the Tathra road has been neatly engrossed on parchment and contains 118 signatures, chiefly of landowners, together with our tradesmen and carriers. With reference to the proposed addition to the Court House, the bench of magistrates have shewn by a letter to the Minister for Justice that the proposed enlargement of seven feet to the court room will be wholly inadequate for the growing requirements of the district, and does not provi...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

general news. Authentic sketches of the scene of the Wautabadgery capture have appeared in the Sydney weeklies. The Mail's picture and the engraving in the Sydney Illustrated pro fess to represent the same spot, but might be sketched in Timbuctoo and KauiBehatka res pectively for all the similarity they bear to each other. The Union Bank of Australia, hitherto a concern with unlimited liability of the share holders, is to be made into a limited company, tbe £25 shares being raised to £75 of which two thirds wilt be uncalled as a reserve, mak ing a total of capital and Reserve Fund of £5,300,000. In the old days of 120 day passages the ships carrying passengers between England and Australia had to victual for 150 days. Now that the Ocean steamers cover the dis tance in six weeks it is a great tax to compel them to carry provisions for 150 days, and an alteration jn the regulation is proposed. It seems the belligerent Bvowo, the messen ger of peace in the Wesleyan interests to the ben...

CANDELO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

CANDELO. FFbom obb Correspondent.! The Grand United Order of O.ddfglkiwe opened the new lodge here on Saturday, 6th inst with great eolat. There were about 30 members initiated, and there is very nearly a dozen more to be proposed at their next meeting. The officers of the Prince Alfred i,„ ? ? T. X JJUU^C) WUUlUtUIV) tUlLTOU uyr uuuvu IU unyiHiy members, and to open the lodge whioh was finally concluded by 6 o'clock. The follow, ing gentlemen were unanimously elected to hold the principal offices: Messrs. E. J, Coman, N,G. ; H. N. Taylor, y.G. ; W. E. Cole, Financial Secretary ; W. Holz liauser. Warden. After the imposing cere mony was concluded, a good number adjourned to Meares' hotel to partake of a supper provided by the members of the new lodge. The repast was got up in good style. After hunger was appeased the wine and glasses were passed round, when the usual toasts were proposed and duly res ponded to, and the whole culminated to a really social and pleasant evening and fin...

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