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COBARGO BRIDGE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

COBARGO BlRIBGE DEilOlf STEATION. -)jr ' Mbiklajr » numbar - of jsaidents of 'Cobargo'^d n^hbo^A Jp^Ha £n consider fee adnsatenty of Bridge. .Mr- W;A_T^n„ voted to we cnmr. auii — ~ | business for which they .were called to- ; agl us. A--Od^-diSc5ffiSBr-®lsfi^-:aa Io ttTform .fee . pwjposod^demonsfeation shonldi take, in- -wli&B-^MeBsrB. If. v. Eo'berts,-D. Henry, Hoyer, Harpur and 3. ?J -O'Beilly todkpart. « was ^eventuaUy decided that the ceremony take place on -Monday next, and feat fee school children, Good TemphOTl.I^fa-HPoba^0. B™S»- and Tilba — and the pnbkc, do a litHff inarching, aind declare the bridge open at noon. Hie children will their be feasted, and set to varioussportE, ' and the elda» wfll adjonm to Mrs. jcraray a Booan at 4 o'alp^ whetp. a Jwnqnet wfll be provided at a moderate cost for ticketE, and a lit«« speechifying; will of course fol Iob-. -The following wwere appointed a committee to carry orit lhe programme Messrs. Hoto*. ®- -Coioii, C. Ai Harpmr, ...

THANKS. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

[?] (TtiOui Editor of iht ^a. Stanford) . | eokuMns of your yaluatile'papef to' exprMs i^^cerafea^jo,the;^&ple and district,' for fee generous manner ini mv stav amon? f^nm: &T1-) proud.of the ' many erpressionB of safe-' ? faction i»f ^.huinWelhajidiwo^' f^ine mJI a^ 'mv stay, more jleami^ .andstinut lat^ me; Wife fresh . vigor to -ooutinue and improve in well doing. ~ ' I am aware, Sir; of the impossibilitv of pleasing everyonej no man has done so yet; and Mnong all kinds of brinneSkNT feel quite sure there is none more difficult . to render entire satisfaction in than the photographers'. But in, my own «Se ' I Karo^jtiat^ di&afilfactio^^jQj^^^ pressed ,to n^ake me appreciate. my mc-'f eeisr1 g I lave been coffljwafaa I to some complaint ..wjiich has bad 'ihei feejteaining i- v, . ^ to express work! W1^ ?i-me piee^ Piny han'di Hoping Mr. E3it6t, you may find space for my expression of thanks,— I remain J etc., ' ' ' w -'I B; U. BESSE, _ ? . Bega, 2fife May,...

Wyndham [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

Wyndham. ^ [Fbom - an oooasional Cobq^H is 'not. very, often we read dHwHj lating to this ' out of the wrmBHB should be .designated as the ElJnIjn of this ' end of. fee district. I am surprised feat the SifflBH . no correspondent awake BidincBn feat would contribute a little ja^^B ingB and doings, at least Your subscribers, I belier«, J^^H piam oiav tms piace is pooejHB^B 4d-in4he Jooal -presst- ? ? ESn The old gentteman in CaipmHn supposed to have foil swing hjjfijHBs ls;. even to la a fee Stand-ird!i-Bi&±$6ma to MMbB ceodant. j , BjjHflMt Your contemporary says good feihgs'ibont fee distriiiil^BB might give liim-a spell. lhSgS folks Wint some- good chiiigm^a them to gri a race course, in -and 'trustees appointed, dlSijSgu quire a town common. hhS[ ' It is'. my *pi5nfal duty ItlHj most dptrastrons fire at Bodn^^H which %£e bam of Mr. John ImhMM ?stroyed'together with a lug! H|bS -com,, wheat, oats, .hay, stwjH^S etc. The fire is supposed tok|f|||ll an incendiary. . The loss...

Echoes from the Metropolis. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 3 June 1882

[?] At length the dryrwiather has, -completely ^rotett, aud. Chere ale*'Bigt6 of. abimdance ? of ^rairi- . On Satnrilay 20th Mayj we jiad . a cbpious .doTOMurii^ain, on Queen's Birthdayj ? thW'hplidRy ^ festivities . 'were marred by fee moisture of fee day; and to-day; r{Tu^3^)':the !1- eavens are again, dropping/- The' rain has riot'eome before it waSriueded; indeed it, u now so late for lt'that we aretertain of ahardwintor - for stock, and'-of very 'higH1' prices for all kinds of farm and-dairy produce. Forage was never knowh to'he so high. Lucerne hayr-: usually rnling'fro]m;£3- tt-' £5' per tea, is ridw ^uote^ 'wh'olesaTe ftt ^10 ; bat- ' ?ter i^retailingat'-^^r^b j eggs, at 4s. ?per dpzen-^.^eeffiiilte^n.jmeat, ionr, ' elf.', bre at such' Tiigh figures tfe' to make hpifael^pe»pf^p^eraJ&jiicomesdubioa| iof ipresewing^ifeei^ solvenigf.-1 fientf^re : hi^tj and .^o , afeo^sref -j^pge?. Work is plen6flifiaiia'S}ite^f^jfi&-tii te'no want'of the; cuietdatai^^dfeaijnE^-...

[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] [?] plotting. BmHUIi America. Pittsburgh, offloer, re nHSfrharbor last KB^ffig|O00ins's ' in SHESEauir of St. nK||Kulil arrived in |^H£9m||iimiel tunnel BHm^mon, opened foffflfflSKSfned Archibald aMgiKWUewmia ilB|^9Bj|ahaTe of Mr. HgHH|t OODBBieifll ^R^RE|-er cent oa boer oon directed HBHBHHrata eleven at H£m&W3o spare. HB|Kd as second HBSS^BHKn field Btaff. BpjMHjH|BBHa tor wheat jMHWaMMaton In 'Frisco. H^BfS^^^Knglish emi ffiflB^^Hfcltlng settle - 8000 feM9HMgM!fctar sacks 'of HBSnHMttleton, New BBaNOHjHK potatoes in sports his B^HBsEalfarSf's Fayre -tor now premit ^H^^nHfiehiB in their HK ? photographic ia tho latest I^H^Wd of Us life j and rolled off ^^^^^Hnen's clerk and vine Mr. Oiles 600 tons oopra ^?HHRji. Captain and alarming pro BH^^BSd j those refusing D^^^Kr. Thomas, Mr. ^H^M^aad government ^^H^nve steamer, en sBMHron her trojage I^^^Rng what baa be worts reoently MNHM^ftelaide from New [H^HKlooka like tak named Dray jK^BBM^Boberta, to the HBBgHpfeoing off to...

THE PRICELESS [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

;^HE PRICELESS M Xho8e;an- ynlgaf^ngs we jay scored d CUlli TJ1H 1TTMTI TTlKll W OW*l — ? ^^VjQftold. . , ' nation ^hceronea's marhle lion frotme^ ,^Mh8|w9H ItittleSrfffitiisofpiliB tui'd r fflMftfjj* ^^^^W'smOs bm '-v : -IJBBgm Wat e'enb^inidst tho maricte, $ the^jaw jnot^tiaii '.JmigBg&m chv^^HH around liis lieait, Mio ^haU desecrate bis honor From iiisgmiBo'f bronze tvg V it as. a qroM i L-, -. .. . jsHfiBMIS Por tiie gain ho gave -was pne^1 MawBHt ? wonM be tiie loss. ' jM'iEBOllMl un.„_ ? »i,n ? ? uwc*xm&w*Sif ^ jtfe^ Wiimi hn B^^a^^^a^dpeace, ^ihighaboye : Thsy jBiy Sws*r v^aif . splendid ^nea thS-iafe(qi-fl'sToTeA .

Humour. COINS TO BED MAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] [?] [?] yqu andile, as^m&a&ass^. [?] ^°Wg., to - bed mad, jrnoe «Watfai8^Aa^^g?9ear §WEaufeor j »pS' homel, O, you'^.a'mi^^^^^S fjbe that,^andMrs. Spo6p^?^S^« literary,. charapW^'^'.-^^^^M ium thBfabts 1 Who r,^)WMs3m& lon-f Who told him 4)nly needed a wash hill to be a Guiteau trial?' - 8 y -' I don't quite know xcVi^ 8^^^^ temd Mrs. fimteau tnal andlw '? ilBfiSP fi : ®wrwt ?'knS aifJ^^§ literary, .and asfof ShakBi^i^M olmost.'as abstruse aa tion.' J ? - ¥be facts.l' roawd°Mrn?r^'wi^?1^ £aye this 'teh cen't aathor^Sffi^SKji ?reputation' tibe fefctg 1 HnriijttKi ?that you didn't know.anv honse.fi^n a tog does aocou^.?' ;Sp6opendjrk6'Boothingh^ .?5SaS^^ !a newspaper - r^ati ' whp und a?eg jU lists to luck to ?wardv. What does he My -A'^ay about youl' dyke. !.v.HEe -.don't leavestto impression ftata aaiKiSS® steam- enpne, fair : vreatlm JBaailijM might'T&ake.aa impwHiimn n. JBbKWW you appireeiatethe enormitj olHSKSl Do youjreach out and grasp, the u...

Household. RECIPES. HOW TO APPLY THE SODI REMEDY IN BURNS AND SCALDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] ?jibw to' *ci bbbks : 5 ' e . 'f; It. isvB-nrjmangseajfgi^;'tBeB'jtt-e':jLiO-i-ton jflyestigatiims Bs'torJ&^quaJitiesaiid'^teetf ' pii tteai^ali«^7mfcmHnptiow^-i^'«ijt^ ^.,^iJiofaii*K^g^i4iPi^isi3ovBf-!ihat.a ^alikft: l-Jtil^vW^«^ttrf^'»oIutii)p;iof|}ie; camph»rsted watefi»if'ipplied: speedMy,or-as soon' as J«)SfiWof4»Kt)i^edo#.«calded part, was ' moSt'effoBttjaltin . imjnfidiatdjijsliaving the acute bariiing ip4inT-_anTd w^qa.^lip,bam. was ' oilly fluperfitiri^or oqt- eevere, removing; all p.^ jnrti^wiia^^o{-B-.vetysho^t jtime{. having- also ';th'e Very, .gneati- advantage fit : cleanllneas,* a^di'; if -applied -at once, of pre venting th» msual consequences— a painful blistering . ;o£v- the .skin, separation- .o!- -fl(e epldermis. and iperhaps more; or less --f^up- puralioni' - - ; ? , - ' . For this'purpose. all that is neoessftiy;is to cut a -piece of lint. br old soft- rag, or even thick blotting paper, of a Biae sufficient to coverthe burnedoreijalded parts,. andto...

Miscellaneous. PHIDIAS ATHENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

;; ' ? [?] ffer. Wds . ^fiioh were the masteipieces ' of -thfel ajtja^.^gS8iite saarssas?^. ahdis i^fted^With:litae pfobabiiitv . . '. .* stx-wiiEEr. jeji/ ? ' eft ?-which was' abont ^n^orf^^' shqp. was missed recenHy.'' In'thefo^^ ; IIumbP it^ras theBun shin^g iiri . 'mE Glancing that TO^ocMsion^ly, engine ot V o'cloc^^cul'ai; ^about ii.bO, notic-. ing the object again pn the ,wheel, i^ thought he would stop thecngine and-seo wMt it .HBjly Hestopped it-a^d wft»j;.nii^- foand it wBS hours.'; 6nd cared JTor^ ^ldi^lajuai %wo'.OK-,tiii»5 days it' began' to gelariiiind aiid Ks -eyes ? com-, inencod tp have ,^e^. lotikl , 4& .Abont b week it jcame to the 'nicim.Vrf tHe fpreinan, . D: She animal rec^(»&tesr thfejaiidness , shown: remainirig abbu't'Hie Joiigfe.^l: tiie tane. asd evincing quite an iriteiest ^n theiusiness, Arid . is quite a pet aiiMng /ttfe worfiiaii. .The i..; '*4:

Land Selections. THURSDAY, 8TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Land Selections. J Thursday, 8th June. John Tarlinton, 80 acres, section 21, Narira, adjoining his 160 acres, mid west boundary of Bermagni Reserve. Daniel Tarlinton, 100 acres, seotion 21, Cudgangary, south east of portion 104 and running up to F. G. Boberte' portion 40. acres, and west to portion 189. P. McGuinness, 40 acres, Nnmbngga, 21st section, adjoining his last 40 acres. Patrick Brown, 100 acres, Werriberri, seotion 21, his forfeited block No. 68. A L. Munn, 103 acres, Bonmda, ad- ! joining his 200 acres. William Dawson, seotion '22, in virtue of freehold, 40 acres, south west of his, formerly H. Sohubaok's, 40 acres. Daniel Sheehan, 61 acres Tanja, sec- i tionUl, adjoining F. Bamngton's on the east. Thomas Hunter, 40 acres, Tanja, seo tion 21, adjoining Robert Hunt's 60 acres and north of his 40 acres, measured portion 108. Elijah Horn, 40 acres, section 18, Pnen Buen, north of James Tariinton's, formerly W. Gilbert's, 340 seres. Edward Jenueson, 40. acres, section 21, Mog...

Sketcher. MY BURGLAR FRIENDS; [?] JOURNALIST'S MIDNIGHT ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

mmams:,::1. MY j JOCENiUBT'e MIDNIGHT ^ VENTOTE. BtM.QDAD.'* . ANY fiewspapor repbrtc*V^^t^BaSt azty'^attadted' to a xdaUy ^oa^V^Jt^ y6o that there arc certain -sc&scHiB^4he yeariwiicsD ^people refuse to j cominU enxddfi, /Trfacii tb^ro are^no vidimiB of ! mnrdeti'wh& rrilated irauiaj^aBC to smasl^vtd i bursars , and thieves insist on remaining inacfiro.H reporser ,is j^aji™iTOiPanQiBU.jus5 ^ certain' amount of.matt«: %^iBay,^£t &6st reporters arc aaahijaoas to Jtoirifih Ijthfff' ban % and .go Trhen these dan tunw-TOiiifi tiifi Jotoi^iBt longer -rf; hiatt^ wb^ wonia be orer IwfcSi hlf* good timM/'.iid ^bes bis best to keep n|-fheBh^ofl6-^%ffB,\.; Years i^p?*^ r3^-^im^W of the load staff of^ New OtMns dwW. we had a bad summer trf* St' : AandentB ^r^B - fiSmhr taiown; ^Cew new bafldjagB ^raie ^oiiig irp,' :ana wa^Ad ISo out'^OTiiuiigB toioafeeoveniAlf ?* ^tipvicwrog^hB^ness ire bad forked cgp everybody trat^be ^ui»Iars^5r was left to me -timt *^np aoo^oh^Tinio ...

Bermagui. EXPORTS AND IMPORTS MONTH OF MAY. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Bermagui. EXT0EX8 AND IMPOSTS MONTH OF HAY, Imposts, ] Flocb, 444J afca, 46 aks r engaz, ICS sits and Ige : eatt»66 fage; tea, 19$ dtte, f bxz; aoap, IS faze; sperms, 38 biej maije,4hgai bran,5bge: ksroaoie, 23 cb; gnas aeed* 24 bps ; oate, 8 tigs; Inner, 2 bgs ; drapery, 9 cs, 8 ta, 4 pels: Servrtn? marhrpgs, 4; Tone, 2 cs ; ale and porter, 7 cks, 2 cs ; spirits, $ eta, 47 cs ; tob&oco, 12 ca ; 6 cska, 7 cs j nmdow saahes, 6pkg& ; pine boards 161s ce$ar boaxds, 4; doors, S; galifqp, 145 sheets; safes, 2; chain. 6* , glass, cs; tables, 8; fnzrijfcme, S cs ; bedsteads, S cs, 8nteea : msntiflDieees. 8: ainnn 1 : eoadL It chaff- 1 mtfaim, 8; ooarabeOeis, 8; briffrsi 3700; amyfTfrWj I 67c^«QdT4(i3fBea. Boo m, Bajmc, 335 bgs ? cheese. Ml;' lxrt&( *8 Ina. 8 fan; fellcwt'fcg. tin, cs; bides, 40; xziottoq. - bg«; fongna, l bg; rnmdrii^, llpfana. J, HUIjME, Storekeeper. 3rd Jane, 1882.

Nature. FLORIDA ALLIGATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] . ~ HjOEIDA iBCIGATOBa. i-iie alligators are snostly .of the red-eyed species, which cue Tioted W their size and fe rocity, and when met^on nfad are not -much disposed to turnout oftheir course fdraoy thing ; so thatjiot many peoplo care to meet them in their rambles, '.^An immenoe fellow who lay aboc t 200 yards^-from the shore al towea us to paaaie withip :100 feet of hun, so that . I had a Une view tif liin Vicious eyes .'and general ngliness.' It was fully .two feet from; . his nostrils his -eyesj;fiiijihemnstha.ve been nearlyor quite twelve if eet long;: Ae weap proadied nearer ho sottled slo wly out of sight, sinking so easily as not;to;-canse a Ifpple'upon the almost glassy Burfaeeof the ..waters, -as^ he disappeared. ? it seems Uiat these strange creatures are almost as mnch-St home on land! as in tho w^ter nnid, -contrary to ;3ny previous understanding' of iheir-'liabits, they arg.fre. ; -quenUyionn'd a mileirpm any body of watCT, \ especially at night, -when they wande...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Mr. James McK?c, has the contracf for I the erection of the Public School at Nlmity- j belle. j Orient ^ Learner, frith fresh meat as part of 2 T - -- - ?* t it? ?: ?

Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

= Scieftc^ - - ' . Ijecen jnakes a report/befoise £he pans ?Biological Society 'of thelfmib.' :of 'fliese! articles of food, in connection with *Dr. Semena, 3%ere ia i aiver^. of Bobjeote. Some, as Trousseau .ana Pidonx, 'consider coffee an diges- tive. Others, on the contraxy, consider it very* mjnnpus. v ?% M. Lenen thnis writes :~He. mixed SO ! grammes t)f -coffee in 150 grammes of water i for a dog, which is lolled three hours after. I The mncous membrane -rf ^ttie aioznacfi is; found pale, discolored, and profoundly anfemic. The vessels on the internal aoicEate^ as well as' those ih the periphery, are contracted. There, re.majns ,1 45 grammes of the niirture imdi' gested, and the stomach digestion diminished. beoauBe the contraction of the vessds, and thtf consequent anaumc condition . of the mucous membrane, prevent the iecretioh oi theg&i&nc juioe. ^The abuse of coffee . will- pzpduoe dysyepsza. Thna flie BngUsh andtheDntch, who drink freely both of tea and co...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From our Telegraphic Correspondent*.] SYDNEY. June '8. Km Joh s Bobektsoh received a cablegram from Sir Henry Parkes, staling his intention of returning to Svdnej' psr steamer John Elder, on 29fch of June. A spccial message fMp morning' statBB that Sir Henry is return inf nnder medical advioo. TwEniT-nine ***!*»» in connection with the Dariinff Harbor Lsnd resumption eet down for Mr, rptm'°fl Garrett's first called on yesterday? considerable amount of evi* d-=mra taVrm * c asc adjonxiied tail to-day. ^ « ? _? ? ? : *-i.A 'CTmmnlt 'Rankinc ; ^remibtib uj puo c Company, Pitt-street broken into on Tpos day night. Great eSort made to open the safe, without encceas. Bobbers compelled to decamp 'without any plunder. Committee appointed by the Victorian As gemHy to investigate ohar^es against Mr. Bent, Winfafcar for Works, anhmitted their report, which completely exonerates Mr. Bant from all chargea in oonneotion with the gravel contracts. SYDNEY, Jukb 9. Pboducb ; Maize, 6...

STATION, FARM AND GARDEN. THE QUESTION OF SMALL VERSUS LARGE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

STATION, FARM AND GARDEN.. THE QUESTION OF KMAT.f. VERSUS LARGE FABMS. BX IK ' OLD COLONIST. iSTCire now and again there ib discufiBion | aroused regarding thefiuitahility for colonists of-wliat is termes the Einall farm system: In our columns also, the question has been dis cussed in so far '? bs showing that many amongst as would be better off if they had to look after less land. AnQ this didnot apply to . those Who took up,' of hold country for squatting pursuits only ; bjit to ' very large ? numbers orthe fanning classes as well; The gist of our experience and observation in the matter is that, in fanning, or graying — as the case is in every other business — the man makes a serious mistake whotriesto do more than his capital and' time Enable1 him to, control with safety. It wpnld be sale to go' farther, and to addthat iiirco business isit more necessary than in farming to confine the operations to the area of land that can be used with profit. Every acre a man «Jecta or purchas...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Wbdhesdat. Sib Henbt Pabkes during his stay in Bel gium visited the principle factories in Ant werp and Ghent. European Powers favorable to the proposed Diplomatic Conference at St&mboul- Military leaders at Cario resolved to oppose the Porte unless Tewfik is deposed. Hussion Government propose to increase wool duties. Mirhmfl Davifct, Irish Land League Chief, about visiting .AniorirA for the purpose of rallying support for the League. Australians versus Yorkshire : Matoh com menced on Tuesday in . the presence of an enormous crowd. Former, first innings, 128 ; Murdoch, contributing 41 ; Bonner, 29 ; Boyle, 22 ; Massie« 14 ; none of the others ™H-1nng any stand. Yorkshire, four oat for 100. LONDON, Thubsday. Sib Henry Partes oontinaes to be brilliantly entertained in Belguim. He lunches with the King on Saturday next. The cremation of Garibaldi's body aban dn:ifcd. Remains buried at Caprera, in the presence of an immense concourse of people. Bis...

Agriculture. FALLOW LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

[?] FALLOW LAND. Bv E. W^Embbsok M*clTOB,^i0.,F.0.5., &C, Author of ' Tht Chemistry of Africultwe.'1 Tub great balk of an average soil consists of clay..«md other Substances, which do liot in them solves furnish anything to growing vege tatiod, and whose functions are simply — (1). To bold the roots, and thereby keep tho plant in its place.' (2). To maintain the conditions of ! warmth and moisture essential to plant life. - ana — ibj. lo absorb and retain assimilable plant-food, so as to prevent its bong washed oat of the land bj rains. 'Associated with the mechanical constituents, as they may be i termed, arc the substances which enter into the composition of plants. Of these a small proportion exists in farms of combination suitable for absorption by the roots of plants, and is preserved Ly the retentive power of tbe soil ; while a much larger quantity occurs in insoluble and unassimilable conditions, in the fonn of ondeoompoaed . fragments of rock, mica, and only becomes ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 June 1882

Special Advertisement. ?y^TIJY *tar THE BUSINESS OF HUGHES, JONES & CO. Increased so Rapidly? TVECAtTSE H. J. & CO. SELL their P GOODS at the LOWEST MARGIN of PROFIT. BECATjSB H. J. & CX). supplement their Stock with NEW and FASHIONABLE GOODS of the most reliable quality — EVEBY WEEK. Because hughes, jqnes and co. are satisfied with SMALL TEOF1T8 and QUICK EETUBNS. Because they sell Ladies' fancy DEESS MATERIALS, Hosiery, (More*, M n.itlfui ajid WilKnwy — VERJ CHEAP. BECAUSE Huquxs, Jokbs xsn- Co. sell Men's, Youths' and Boys' CLOTHING of the BEST MATERIALS, oqly at the Lowest Possible Prices, BECAUSE thoy keep la stook only such Goods as are saleable, and consequently Cost/amors are not Charged Interest ok aoau. mulated Bad Stock. Because hughes, jones and oq. can. supply you with everything yon re quire in DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRON MONGE11Y, Sc., & o., at die Lowest Prices, and of Genuine Qualities. Because customers who onoo visit the ALBION STOEES Co...

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