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BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

jBAIRNSDAIjE LIVE STOCK MAjBKET. Messes. A. MacAbthdb and Co; Teporti— ?;We effected extensive sales of vzttle in our yBJ-ds on Saturday hist. Wo yarded over 600 m all,'and-cleared every head..at full market rates.. .Thefollowiiig were , our sales : — 101 bnllocksforMr.-Donald 0{ Delegate, at £4.9s per head; 29 jsteer8,-Bame Cwner. at £3 4s per hfead ; 76--pws, same owner, at £2 6s per head; 1 workers, same owner, at £5 per head ;' 20 Bteers, for Mr. John NicKoL Bendock, at £3 3s; 20 bnlloekB, for Mr. Jas. Clifford, Delegate, at£4 4s perhead; lot of workers, same owner, at £5 5s per head; lot of cows, same owner,' 35s ; lot of young steers, for Mr. 'Marriott, Bendock; at £2 16s; a small lot of cows, same owner, at £2 6 ; 47 bullocfe, for Mr. Dnncan CampbeD, .Dele gate, at £4 per head; lot of workers, same owner, 'at £4 3s; lot of steers, same owners, at £3 {Is 6d per* head; lot of cowb,* same owner, at £2 7s per brad; lot of steers for Mr. Joseph Davis, Delegate, at £3 5s per head; ...

Miscellaneous. CUMBERLAND SHEEP DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] i GUMBEKLAlTD SHEEP DOGS. '? An oocacipnal, accomplishment of Cum berland sheep dogs is £hat,of finding ^heep buried in the snow. ' John Soott has pos sessed dogs,: which by their peculiar in-. Btinoto, haTe been the means ef reeouing h undreds of juried shesp. Thesnbw-^fi sometimes .covers tbe sheep beyond reaah of the shepherd's enow jioles : still tbe. dogs detec$. theirwhereabpats. Adogbas never been know to acqaire the valuable gift whiblt renders Him' a sbeep-finditf -6x- eept whfli-ybuM. ,.lir. Diddnsoa .gives 'a 'case m his .'JParmimr' 'in^ Cumbarlanii:' where about'i^ shmp , woe released under ! the deteqtin.t; nose'ot a yqiing dog— ralmost ! ?% pdppy— who acquired the art upon tbe spot, wBIe.1iie. dder dogs stood listiessly ; looking by, leaving the honour of prnnting ! out, the r. sheep .entirely tb^ JiiiL In. tise Martipmaa renow-|aU of lfi07. bdng 'tlie bjawesti pffaie present oentury, a flock of 400 fl^widto.wasiban^wliicbllr: Dick inson himself assisted in reepven...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

OUE TELEGKAlMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondents .] . , ; ' -SYDNSiY» SIabchIS. ' 1 Tun Victorian Customs' Officers continue to make seizures of smuggled goods. . St/f atria's Day ' banquet promises to be successful ; the Ministry Judges, and both houses of Parliament will be re presented; Hon W- B, Palley will pre i^ibel action; Williams, law jmpiswr of Mines, Victoria, agaiiist the Melbourne Argus, resulted in a verdict for defendr ants. Great fe&rs entertained for ihe safety of tide schooner Southern Cross, which left Sydney in September last, and has not since beep heard ot Sir John Robertson received per Cali fornian mail a large collection of docu ments from Sir Henry Parkes, relating chiefly to tramways, and to the mode of extinguishing fires. Letters give in a general way the result of the Premier'6 observations while in Sain Francisco. Fraudulent insurance case Adelaide concluded ; all the defendants committed for triaL The following additional scratchings for S...

Nature. INTELLIGENCE IN A SNAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] , -J .? .-w-.;,- ???-:- — ; ? ? Bi W. E, Bau. : . .. Som- ;time; sinoe a relative told me a rpma- kable :vteiy about.* ebild w^P ^pet enaiis which recognised her vbice and distinguished it from that of others. Aa such a developmentof Snte ligence hasnot hither to been reported among, uiollaske.r was fflndS interested.'; -By the kindness of the^ladv : fioin whom the story was firet - beaird, and tie lntervenbou of mis. iaay, ?wife of Bishop, Lay, 'formerly Pf Arkansae, and now of Itoryland, one of the family, who ? was :«iip|?uxt!Mi bf tbe facte, was. readied, and an exteact from ber letter is appended: I may add that Mrs- Lay, imMkuib the highest terms of the aocuraoy and deaibeadedneea of her correflponderrt (then &Hd no# a resident of Arkansas),: and retnarke that both she and ber .e^ter were remarkable for the eaee with whipn . tbeytetablishfid friendly and oonfldential relations i With vthe birds and animale , about themL o The latherv.-4 thsee ladies, wbosenamo-taup...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS' LONDON, Wednesday. The proprietors of r' United Ireland, a newspaper published in Dublin, com menced an action against Mr. Foster, Chief Secretary for Ireland for illegal seizureipf the paper, and the arrest of part of the staff. Plaintifls claim £30,000. Bill to abolish nolvaamv'in the United States, passed both Houses. ' Congress ol' Radical members in the House of CommonB agitating for a miti gation of the prison treatment of Irish Members and other suspects at present confined in Kilmainham gaoL The new French Financial Comptroller in Egypt will act directly under the Con sul-General. . . The Queen proceeded to Hentone yes terday. Doctor Lawson found guilty of the mur der of his brother-in-law, a student at Blenheim House School, Wimbledon, and sentenced to death. Influential deputation to the Secretary of State for colonies urging a reduction in duties on Australian wines. Representa tion well received favourable decision ex pected. The Queen thanked Doctor...

THE WANDERER FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

; THE WANDBRBB POtJND. Last night 1 dreamed in terror and tears . i Of ths triend bt my early yMtrs. . He eame tp inyslde with a face pf pain ; . And the ol^'love lived again. . I woke in the dark, and said witii agrou: : The truest friend I bave kpownl - ? And p-Bied again into dreamland dim, -. ?? :,My faaartbnflreJbr biOii ' ' . , ' : All thlnga4ls8 Bwnlfid ashea and doit, . ' j poly bne ipnrpOM jaatri- , | 'r^w^^dfeo.^^^jutwedd'eeiia:': ' V^^dje^my io^^^Mead. w Ph^ewavingbl^sbfgi^, : An(l|the light'Seeds blown between f ' ' ' iQa -wilde^baB aU n^t uid' wind, ; Uunowa lohotti^Uo^ ; 1 saw no more thain a grave'a Bpaae, ' Aud there l buried my laoe — ?Nb more thin one wild tangle olnrah . And there I brsatbed, ?' Alaa 1' ' , Andgloitedon thsbladeablsreen ; ^»d tha light u'eds faloim between ' j -Till I knew one blirie torn enrthitt blade ' r: Andwhat the mosic £hey ,m^s— ^dhg4-newiih'anbtter Overthe dead-i^i^'btoth^^: ! A°d ths ligbit i^eSablow^^^reen i ' / Andthe wilderussidl miat...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. MARCH 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[Fbou the Pbess Telegrams.] LONDON. Maech 10. - I Rodebick 31'Lean, who shot at the Queen while her Majesty was driving from Windsor station last week, was . agaiti brought up at the Windsor Police Court to-day, and, after some further evidence . had been taken, the prisoner was formal ly committed for trial on the charge of treason-felony. WASHINGTON, Mabch 10. The Senate has gassed . the Chinese Ex clusion Bill, in accordance with the report of the Foreign Relation Committee, en tirely prohibiting Chinese immigration for 20 years, and only permitting Chinese officisils, merchants, students, and travel lers to enter the United States. VIENNA, Mabch 10, (Evening). FimrHEB fighting has taken place in the Danubian Provinces, between the insur gents and the Austrian troops. ? In Herzegovina several sharp engage ments which took place have resulted in favor of the Imperial troops. The H«rze govihians were outnumbered, aud are now i losing ground daily. . ST. PETERSBURG, Mabch 11. Genera...

Sketcher. THE BURNING OF SHELLEY'S BODY [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] f THE BDBNlSS OF ^«ODT. ? 'ifi'k'k''.''- Thi dark evenie - f tie 6iih#|ilyi are told inTrelawn/alSiteopj^eRfJ^lw and Byron!' .^^^ar^es^and:: much'feelio^i' Hpw littie T^a*ny :*new when'tie tvoo|Ht Abotifc tiie tfp^rfuiK Bjfoo'fi sphoonor thf JjBfSivaf't 'and S bdlfiy's J®- :i join© of t-ifl lpBtrnment ot doftta » . But he wiB ^weye:«a^'%:MytJimg1 Umt pn-mSaea,ipiiow«wer fmaK+degt&i Adv^&tnn uid MtioBj ud the iwWon ; from the tiammeb ot Uie worid pwmiaed ; by theirnew life'enohanted him. He went, through with - anything he; had ^e6t hip , 'mind npon, Kid had a very decided oon-v temrfifcr Byi^eliwoiUadon ^f purpwe.; Shelley's f *iluies ia tempfwal Mtters he viewed with tenderaMs apd almost with awe; for in ejAte j ot bis ewn woddly l aKrewdness, Wa direct and sailor-like way .. of ooming to the pblnt at oooe, bis mwmer of looking with nndaaed eye at things aa the; really are, 'And not ae poets and ideal-, jets eee them-Hae they^ioght to^be-rhe knew. (no man better...

Household. FISH AS FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] [?] PojDnbtorpbnnd, fiah'ia lallyju nntrition6 ' as'ba'tahers' meet. It 'niay not eeein so satisfying, bit, thia if beeaase the sense of saHsfaonon' which we experience ia eating is tbs result ibf eupplylog tbe stomaph with' food, and in no direct or immedt4te'way related to the nonriahment of the organism at a wnois. very tew onus eolld Bobstanoes ?we eat' are , digested, evsa eo iar at the Btbmaah'ls poncemed, ih le^a than aii hpar tbe nutrition Sannot Bommsnbk until after digestion bas prooeeded lor some . timeJ If 1 follbM thkt1 the ftding of eetisfMtion pro dpoed jly Solid lood dwUig a 'meil 'must be due 'td' ,'fl»''appea4ing ' of thoee iorkvinga' wHititAre s6t' ^pinthe stoma'ebtatber than the sbpp^iof the needs of the Byiteta.' In asmncb »a ' butohers' mset is less est^of digeatton than fish, end it glvea tbe atomach more to^do, tt is «ssy to eee why it eeema, at* the moment, more satisfying, . Looking ta' the tdtimjate purpose jbf natiitlon,:fiih it tb'^ beUer kindbf focd...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

»?= a— I —— — CUiirch Services, Church of England. ?prrOTE SEE VJGE will be held lit St. John's Bega. Cr. evoy Snndaj* Sfonung and evmiing. Soli* Comjnumon on Firsf Snnrtwrin^Rvpry 'Month Holf Baptasu^on fiie firet Ban9ay in every month, at ^PJiL X.B. In cases of necessity the Socrajqent of Baptism will bo administered at any limp and place, Hucb IS.— Nwnbugg*, 3 p,m. D. E. EVA2CS-JOXES, Vicar. _ Kaxzbuka Parish. March 19— Vacant „ , B. T-LTiW March 26—Kameruka, 11 aJ&. ; Colombo, 3.80 p.m. — By Revd. Caxost Boott. „ , . DfSTBicr or Pa\bl-la akd Edex March IS.— Towamba, 11.30 a.m.; Eden, 7.30p.m. ' RICH A ITOlfflGH, Clergyman — 1 ? ? Wealeyan. J)IV1KE 8 EE VICE Kill be conducted as tinder 19.— Cobatgo, 11 a,m. 5 Brogo. 3 p jn. ; Bega, 7.30 p.m. auirsh 26.— Bega, 11 aja. and 7.30 p.m. ; Tamgooda, 3 p.m. April 2.— Bega 11 ajn. and f. 80 p.m. — Final 6erricos. _ WEEK PAY 8RBV1CC8. March 16.— Wandolla, 2.30 p.m. M^ch a3— WaponM, 7-30 p.m. March 28%— Woltu5a, 7.30 p.m. oernoe u B...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

MBiipping, H^^HK^^^kavtoation B^^^B^Brew Steamship ALLOW I^^^^^HpUKA -will leave as fol Wednesday-, at 10 a k., Saturday Morntno, at j^^^^^HEiBsengers. S^HHEL every Saturday, at 9.30 ^H^^^HK'asseiigers. Saturday, 11 a.m., for ^^^M^^BpELrVERED, and taken previous, viz., FRIDAY. j^^B^^^^ng-hta at Lowest Bates. Weight and Measure M^^BHSK^Meals on Board during BBBL. -TW. A. T. GIBSON-. HUBERT KEON. ||ra9HKMr. G. B. MEYER. iiMMfcrF. A AT NAVIGATION jj^HH^KlPANY. ^^^^^felD~STF,AMRHIPS i yHHH|outhern Cross. ! H|^^^HEk-b' SxnNsr. ;, 13th Match, 8 a jn. i ' ^'^y. 16th March, - March, 8 a.m. . Thuraday, 30th March, J^^^^^^BIoBAILT, AND LatTNOBBTON. jBB^HHpKIarch, 11 a.m. (??KS, Monday, 20th March, eMJSK^^^^EBlarch, 10 a.m. wH^^HBntirillbe.madeto adhere not be re 'iQ^HH^HKriation. '?E.' ... £1 per Ton °1»^K and Measurement. 9ffl|^^^Hoon, dingle, £2 ; Return, lWffi available for ONE 1 j^SH^^Bnodation ; no charge lor for horses t-y apply to Agents at nHE. &ia. solomon. : I, & W. ...

BEGA AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

BEGA AGRICULTURAL AKD PASTOBAL SOCIETY'S SHOW. An attendance of about 8000 souls on Wednesday proved that the popularity of our annual Exhibition increases as time rolls along. On Thursday, also, the mus ter was equally strong. ' The Show ' is evidently the gathering of the year, and it behoves us to combine as one mqn to make each event better than its predeces sor. We had visitors from Sydney, including onr junior member, Mr. 3. F. Grarran, with Mrs. Garvan and daughter, and Moruya, Bodalla, Cobargo, Merimbola, Wolumla, Panbuln, Eden, Bombala had representatives whom we were glad to see, and to welcome, not overlooking Mr. Henry Clarke, M.L.A., who reached Sega not tjll 6 p,m. on Thursday, being de tained by the freaks of the I. 8. N. Co., and old Neptune. ' Queen's weather' favored us ; bright and cheerful ; with just enough sun and a light invigorating breeze. The number of exhibits, competitive and non-competitive, totten up about 700. The cattle sections were not filled as the...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

ArsTMi.UK Jonrr Stoox Bask. — We leam that Mr. «uliam Scott, now aoeoantaat at Orange, and lonoerijr manager nt Clermont, OueenslaBd. is to havo cbkiye of the Bega Branch. ' ? Thb 3$ega Beaks Baud. — The progress made by the band under Air. Moore's tutor ship is something remarkable, and proficiency pf the 4- squad' was the subject of jreneral comment q y the visitors. 'Credit to the town;' 'good enough for metropolitan gathering * and other complimentary re marks showered oi? all sides. What's in a If amb ?— A Post Office called Cooyal is to bear the designation of 44 Stoney Creek.' It would be interesting to enquire liow many Creeks are called stoney, simply bccause tney happen to be stoney, to the utter confusion or ail postal regularity. There are two or three '* Colombo's ' in tne postal list, and it not unfreque^tiy happens tfcat letters ^ onr Colombo go round the country on trial journeys before they get to their desti nation. Colombo bad enough, but these Stoney, Sandy or Bo...

Traveller. REINDEER FARMING ON THE ARCTIC SHORES OF SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] BEINDEEB tASMUTG ON TJSDB ABOTIO 8HOBBS OF WTBRHTA, J - A oobbxspondidt onboard tbe s.e Cervnn seeds .to the San Trancitco_ Bulletin iiua 'Piover Say, Siberia, tlds iutaraatuig aoouu&t of reindeer terming ; ? At two d»ya' distanee, said dot guides, where the yaUcya are wide and gieen, with P'enty to eat, there ie a^ig flock oi reindeer, , so big they cover all the gronadthereabuais, etc., 'bat the flock we were to see was only a little floak. and fJuovMrvutints ri«h «n*«i. As we approached the khore a hundred yards or so from the hute/a ybong man eame running to meet ns, . bounding over the moraine boalden, with easy strength as if hls limbs bad been trained tin the mountains' tor many a ye&x, until tanning had beoome a gileasant indolgenoe. He was presently joined bytbree others, -who gased aad smllea curiously at the eveam-launoh and at oar P»*tyf - wondering stispieionely, when the in terpreter had told oar object, why we should eome eo t»r and seem so eager t...

THE JEWS GIFT. A.D. 1200. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

; THE jaws B1PT. , A.D. 1200. ' Th- Abbot wUled it, and it was. done. ': ' Ihey banged bim high in an iron cage for the spiteful wind and the patientsnn : To bleich bim. Faitb, 'twas a eroel age 1 4uet tor no erime they banged him there. When one ie a Jaw, why, one'remaina ' A Jew to the end, thongh he swing in air AomTSar to searina suit of ehalDa. Tifaa May, and ths bads tnlo blofsom broke, . And the apple-boughs were pink and white What gruesome trait was that on the oak, - . Swaying and ewayingday and night f The miiler,- urging his piebald mere . Orer-the cross-road/stopped and leered ; Bat never an urchin ventured there, Tor. tear of the dead-man's long : white beard. A lotig Wlutebeud, like earded wool, Beaohing down to the very knee, — Oi a proper sert with which to poll AheteUc' Jew to the gallows-tree. Piteous women-folk turned away, Having no heart for sneh a thing ; Bat tbe blackbirds on the alder-spray for very joy ol it eeemed to sing. Whenever a monk went ehufHing by ...

NIL DESPERANDUM. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

NIL BESPERANDTJM. Bt Mooautaai Jxphbon. OHAPTBB I. '' lit' nhele 'riiiired 'Caocdinal Eiohelieu'a; tbeoiy tb^ a6lsfbrttaiii-tuid imprndenoa Wre; identi&d{ ?; f budded n-n this theo^y,Ke had' anbtb^i that;every flog ging ,'i^i yonth aavbd kp fmai ^ ihisfortione, or. Jwh»f waa 'tbe Wbie^litiiHg/ ata '«et d .im- jaudenob lbbiftbr Ufe?*-Gottsaquently, aa X j .'was.' a ' miserable iittM ^orphanf left. from 'iAfaiUjy In 'thfeiible'bWge'obgkis.wiole.X flaly'teViS.t® bite' been brought up by. hiand-^Aad M'.'preoiona hdavy iuia ready- jijuid' -U;^aaT Thiere neTer-'wa»'- aoeh- aa ^denut'advjioaiCe tot thehaeoftheeod^and; ^ateaj^^^' spul';did ziob H^pare «ae: foc 'jsmoig. ' ~pn~^re?Mlfiag *aeneatioh . of,, my ohudhpo^ wka to feel 'wbdhded ih' apiritM- 'Well m inhody^ ' rfdtaontely^thatilf'WBa 'bk'bis handa, ah& I felt ho laia aoutely^hat lua' hapda' ijwr 6Wiaiiu UvtafMiritMV' Drabohlon relation a« hia honi^ceeper; waa ..hia ViBter/ in'J '',ttuiit/'!btft' there1 was- not '^rwh'h...

Nobelist. [?] HERO; OR [?] and the Freebooter. [?] OF THE WELSH MARCHES. [?]VANUS COBB, JUN. CHAPTER XVIII. [?] LEVEKE—CONCLUSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

WmLakM. ?/;?. K.'S HERO j o» ' . \..l. ?andthe Freebooter. - ?Vj* ??''? ? ? '? ) V Hi! 1 tisM ?HfVMUS eoBB- Jim. ?nHF. *«». WW/' ?«-?'». hhmh™ — ??' - ??;?' '-y; «?/-?«. -? ^^ffiaAFiEBxyiiL : ?plater the oldlwjerpame ant faia eyes, and to pftefojri ; ao^e.lwv^&.^iggJbgE^, men km .#»« i ww^Mi.M^ssilgjr *uyut ought the old steward, ^Ja/fta ?, wjfqiu^ ,t .. .. 1° op jw wwu^Hj^sntm Ate1: lau ; sua yon can imagine jipw mte, to, juufc aMit,' ,M« BOtne to I -A ^dfo (7a' |»1amp.andled pEe apartmeniB fiois ; and .When mgu guest was amply provided tor, Pood'tU^VIuUl fratfedMiM §his uUM, tftferMte'-'Apppd M4fbdfer:K ?*wi prat IbeTe^Ueefro'm' Wfthlb. Find tbubd vhe^arquli' end gteated tide bj'side/inbhead |r reiiibfeitipbn v the; - letter's mn his twined 'SfleeUonatsly Ei-|orih.E« --Ot -1 {?Mi'tK'. Ras the'olflttaah entered, end gut -up ^ookikg i ?bstttf ' ind ' Bib bed looked IwMbngWfa. ft bsppy, and his eyes sparkled Etoh -bare -strong -testimony to fee loaoeompitsh all we desire, pid...

"EXPERIENCES OF THE WHEAT HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

* EXPERIENCES OF THE WHfiAf^ ' ? . ? HASVfiBI. .Tmj - manner and extent to wbioh- tbe . 8path' :Aaeiialiaa .Stripper bas eome into lavonr as m harvesting machine during.^ie lut seaaon or two isiKAhlng short ol surpris ing. lis peitormsnees 'in Ihe harvest field of ] - 1881-2 .bas placed tbe matter .^itftjond -a doabt that in the fature ltrmers all over the ? ? ? __1I ? ? »UB»tW»U VUIVIIWP 1TAAA WHIM U^VII .Will I etripping machine as one .pf ^UB'ino^t' eSective eontrivanees in existenss stor: bams ting of grain eropa. daring *a 'Juy season. Amongst the farming population of iionth 'Australia ihe effioaey .of tbe stripper baa been «stsblished-daHng many seers; .1* that icolony it bas long been a belief that withoat .the stripper it would not'be possible' tO mabe whest growing .pay. ^i^t, sotwithr. standing this bigti /(spntattoitihe-tswhine eame into iaronr in other parts oaly. Teqr jlowiy. Then aU |4 ones itisaccspted^in. vsrioas'pa«ts .el ^tbe^eountry .as altogether thebest macbiqi...

Agriculture. STATION, FARM, AND GARDEN. AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCES WITH WOOL AND GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 18 March 1882

[?] STiWON, FAEM, AKD GARDEN. Bi /tmstroroo. ATOIEA.LTAN EXPERIENCES WITH WOOL AMD GRAIN. Ths colonial wool ealea ol 1881-2 are re markable tor two features— the decided in oi esse of buaineaa done, nod the very toil prises paid, leave not a doubt that tbe colonial wool trade ot the lot are will be car ried on more and more largely in the eolonial saleroom!. It ie ell the better tor the pro duoer.that each a obtuse should some to peas, aad without a ay toning; tor in hi) eaie, ai in tbe cue ol every ether producer oi raw material, tbe fewer middle men he baa to do with the .better tor him. Id dis posing ot bit wool in the eolony, at a priee MnpmUt I airly with that ruling in Eng land, he is not only rid ot the rUka attendant npon change oi market value, bat he gew rid ol the formidable array of expenses which attend ever; bale ot wool trom the time it is cent to .part for thipmenl to England until it ie finally handed orer to the buyer. And those shurgsi mtke s serious reduction tro...

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