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The Bega Gazette. "Quod petis hic est," SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1866. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
Cljt 3Sega #a?ettc. " Quod petis life est," SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1SGG. The inhabitants of Bega have at length determined to exert themselves, and look after , their rights; they have already held a public j , meeting, and another is advertised for Tuesday next, which we hope will be numerously attended. At the last meeting it was resolved to draw up a petition to the Assembly, praying that a substantial stone pier be erected a t Tarthra. The committee must bear iu mind that a petition for money, either as a specified euin, or a sufficient, sum (as expressed iu the resolution) will be informal, and the petition rejected. They may ask for a wharf or road, court-house or jail, but they must not aslr for money. We also hope that the committee will bring forward, at the next meeting, the necessity of applying for the immediate re pair of the present jetty, to enable it to stand until a more permanent one be constructed. This can be done by applying to their member "and explaining the urgen...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [FROM OUR FILE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [PROM OTJE TIMS. Fat Cattle.—Prime, scarce ; the supply of inferior, large; best Bullocks, from £12 to £1410s.; inferior, from £1110s. to £410« Dairy produco is scarce and flfldsready sale; Butter 3s. to 2b. 3d.; Cheese Is.lOd. to2s.; llains 2s.to 2s. 3d.; Buoon Is. 8d. to is. pnr pound ; sucking rigs 7s, to 9s. each ; Pumkins 4s. to Its. per dozen. t a v v J&lt; d; t! K SJ vet. tioi or ] be que tru ! oug sur\x=req-\ I Ma bee; wlii wit' 1 | Loc, | will the fun( ject T and ivifci j Boat 13 i thc( a wic I atior | arc li | adju.\x=req-\ I have whic): which and S. Comp, miums tcrests given i As g ! mencei | to plac and to infiucn 4 eclcd
Local and District News. POLICE COURT.—JULY 14, 1866. (Before Robert Ritchie, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
§§JocaC §l|bfncf POLICE COURT.—Jult 14, 1866. 4 (Before Robert Ritchie, Esq., J.P.) Daniel Gowing, sen., appeared under a search warrant, to answer the charge of Peter Woods of having taken away from Warragubra a number of pigs. John Cleary sworn : I am a constable stationed at Bega; I arrested the prisoner this morning at Jellat Jellat by virtue of a warrant, in which lie was charged with having on the 13th inst., taken away a number of pigs the property of Peter Woods of Warragubra ; Mr. Woods was present and pointed out two pigs which were slaughtered, one branded W near ruinp W off rump, and Twofold Bay brand off ribs, the other was branded like GG near ribs, two Live ones amongst the number in the yard he also identified as his property; I told Mr. Gowing the charge and brought him to the look-up; the pigs in question are now outside the Court-house. Peter Woods sworn : I am a farmer and reside at War\x=req-\ ragubra ; yesterday I went to Mr. Gowing's mill, where they were kill...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
Steam to anfl Frrin Sydney. THE publi' in the District of Bega, and Twofold Bay, are respectful!/ informed that during the ' temporary withdrawal of the " Hunter" j » Kidma, steamer, unaer charge of Captain Sullivan, [f (11 nidlcc the weekly,Arips between Mcrhnbula and 1 jfdneyj calliig at Trfrthra, as advertised, viz., iLuivtt SIDNEY Etekt Wednksdax, at 10 a.m. ELeats /ffERIMliULA evert Friday at 10 a.m., STlie IHStina has been fitted with new boilers, the ma\x=req-\ rine)/ improved, and other alterations have been gada* i£a1#«ally affecting the speed and comfort of the vessel. /ares and Freights at lowest reduced rates, already plvertised. E. MANNING, ■ Manager. Sydney, April6,1866. I Steam from Eden to Sydney and Melbourne. THE Fast and Powerful Steamship, "YOU YAJfaS," T. Hassellton, Esq., Commander -eaves Eden par Melbourne, Friday, August 3rd, (, noon. F&lt;? Sydney, Saturday July 28tli at 9 'clock, a.m., rnd very-alternate Friday and Saturday it the same /tours. ! USU...
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE "BEGA GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
(TO TliJi ElMTOlt OF the "BEGA GAZETTE.") Mk. Editor,—Sir,—Permit me throu6u paiir coiumns to correct an error iu your report of the meeting hem the Court-house on the lOtli inst. You say " ,£11 was collected iu the room;" there was no money collected in the room; eleven gentlemen put their names down as annual subscribers towards the establishment of a Benevolent Asylum for -Bega, and I trust the example will be followed by numbers more, as a well organised society of this kind is sure to be productive of good. That portion of vouv report referring to my remarks on seconding Mr. Prescott's motion, reads, I think, rather " Yankee." The fact is, possibly, that your reporter has been obliged to polish up what I did say, to make it appear respectable in print, and in doing so slightly overdone it. I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, FRED. BERNE. Bega, July 16, 1866. (To the Editor of thk Bega Gazettk.) Sib,—There is with many a much boasted liberality, which professes to become all thing...
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
EDEN, TWOFOLD BAY. ♦ (Fboii our Correspondent:) A wet stormy week has just passed over us, leaving behind it a feeling of-chilliness and discomfort, tlint even the bright, warm sun of to-day has not had the power of dispelling. The weather still seems unsettled, mountains of clouds have rolled themselves'together all round the horizon, and, judging by the usual indications of change, we have still to receive another storm ere long. The Yon Yangs did not reach the wharf till the evening of Saturday, having had a very rough'passage, and even then she could not get alongside on account of the very heavy easterly swell that was rolling in. The tides have teen high tor, rolling right.aJross from the wharf to the bay opposite. By the You Yangs we received the English telegrams, which are as startling 'as fearful. You will doubtless have received the news too by this, or will do ere this goes to press. I will, however, give a few heads in case such sT * .Id not be the case. "Austria and Pr...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
j?i) aney, OauKem auu «»iuy and navy agents; 1,25,000, assets considerable. Tlie European Bank, and *!ie New Zealand Banking Corporation. Several deaths have occurred from cholera in Liverpool and Jiirkenhead. It is understood that the disease has heen brought over by German emigrants landing at Hull, and passing through Liverpool, on their way to America. An Order in Council was in onsequence issued, to the effect that any vessel arriving at a port in the United Kingdom with cholera on board must be subjected to three clear days' quarantine. Persons certified to be clear of the disase may land at ouoe, but those affected must be conveyed to the hospital. Incases where death occurs, the body must be carried out to sea and sunk. All clothing and bedding to be disinfected or destroyed. The sentence of death was passed upon the woman Winsor, convicted of murder, has been commuted to that of penal servitude for life.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 21 July 1866
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. Mr. S. Gordon, 3b 6d; Mr. R. Russell, Cs: Mr. G. Mr. Porter, 6s; W. S. Seccouilw, Esq., 3s (id ; Mr. J. Morehead, 3s 6d ; II. Wren, Esq., 10s&lt;3d ; Mr. Tbos. Smith, 6s; Mr. Linger, 3s Gd; Mr. Pimnionds, 3s &lt;5J; Mr. J. Kirklaru1.. 6k; Mr. Schick, 3dj6d; E. Haslingdou Esq., 12s; Mr. Quick, 3s"Gd ; Mr. R. Ward, JJs 6J; Mr. Hand, 3s Oil; Mr. Eicliard Hart, 3s 6d; Mr. Tandy, 3s Cd.—From our Eden agent—Messrs. Barclay and Teas, £2 18s; Mr. J. Bixon, 15s 6d ; Mr. Chandler, Ss 6d; Mr. Fl O'Brien, 3s ; Mr. EL Law, 9s (5d; Mr. Moorlev, 9s 6d; Mr. Schultz, 3s Cd; Mr. A. Leslie, 3s 6d; G. P. Keon, Esq., 3s 6d; Mr. E. Mitchell, 6«. 1
[?]ail Time Table, [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
fgtmc Mail arrives from Sydney. Vfollongons, Moruya. and Bombala on Wednesdays and Maturdnjr*. at 6 p.m. From Monuro, every Wednesday, at 6 p.m. From Kilen, Meriinbula, Paiilmlu, and Woluinla, on Wednesdays and Sat irdavs, at 6 pm. From Kii.uurukiL, every Tuesday and Sunday' at 6 pin. MAIL DESPATCHED. Sydney, WoUoujMrig, Moruya, aud BodaUa, via Clyde, every Thui'ioltiv and Monday, at 6 am. S' dney.via Meriinbula steamer. every Thursday, at Cam. Kamaruka, Meriiubnla, Volumia, P&nliulu, aiid Eden, every Thursday and Sunday, at 6 a in. .. Mo.iaro, every Surtday, at f, n ro. POST OFFICE HOURS, BK&A. Open dnUy from 9 a m to 6 p ui; aud on Sundays from 2 p m to S.3U p in. On Wednesdays and Saturdays Uie office will 1>e open till 9 pm >>ut all letters intended for registration must be posted before c p in, under any circumstances, POST OFI'ICK MONEY ORDERS The Boza poj;t-office Ua» been open as n Money Order office from the 1st December, 1804. The following are the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
Steam to and From Sydney. mHE public in tiie District of Bega, JL' Monaro, and Twofold Bay, are .respectfully informed that dtiring the temporary withdrawal of the "Hunter" [ the Kiama, steamer^ under charge of poptain Sullivan, , "will*make'the weekly trips 'between Merimbula* and Sydney, calling at T^rthra, as advertised, viz., LeAVB SYDNEY EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT 10 A.M. Leave MERIMBO^jAbveet.Feiday at -10 A;M., The Kiama has been fitted with new boilers, the machinery improved, and other alterations have been materially affecting the speed and comfort ofthe vessel. Fares and Freights at lowest reduced rates, already advertised. made, Sydney, April6,1866. E. MANNING, Manager. Steam «from -Eden-to-Sydney and Melbourne. THE Fast and Powerful Steamship, "YOU YANG8," T. Hassellton, Esq., Commander Leaves- Eden for Melbourne, Friday, August 3rd, at noon. Fqr Sydney, Saturday July 28th, at 9 o'clock. a.m., and very alternate Friday and Saturday at the same hours. TJStTAL £OW FARE3 AND FREI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Gazette and Eden District or Southern Coast Advertiser — 28 July 1866
f iHILDRENS* TOYS.—Tops, Whittles, Whips. \J Bulls, Cricket Bats, Nci'dk-s, Oarkers, Nine Pins Doll*, from 3d. upwards, a variety of Horses smd Cayrts To[ia ami oilier Toys from 3d. to6d. eaoli. At ilif Post Oflice Stores. STRYCHNINE, at the Post Officc Stoves. GENUINE American Tobacco; Pipes in great variety ;—Mecrdmini, Squatters own,. Billiard, Cutty, Meals', Briar Wood, &c., &c.—at the Post Office Stores. EilTAIN Remedies for Toothachc—Rheumatism, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, Coughs, Colds,. Djseiitry, &c.—at the KEROSENE Lamps, Chimney's, and Wicks, nt the Post Ofllec Stores. LAMPS.—Kerosene Lamps, froin 2s. 6d. upwards, at the Post Office Stores. BLUESTOKE and COPPERAS at the Post Olllcc Stores. KEROSENE to be had at the Post Office Stores. Post Office Stores. Cf)c 35t0a AND EDEN DISTRICT OR SOUTHERN COAST ADVERTISER TS Published every SATURDAY MORNING, nnd Wwuvded by post and runners throughout llio whole ol lJic district. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: In a...