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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Church Services. | Church of England. T'\rVTNE SERVICE will 1^ held nt St. JolmV IfcjM, every Sunday Morning ;md I'viminjr. HolrCommmmn on ilic l'ii-t Sunday in Every Mnntli. Holy Ita|itisin 1111 tin? fltvt Sunday in every month, at 4 p.m. N.H. In mvwMty tUo SHrmmi'iit of Bujitisiu will Ik.* ;uimmi*ti'red nt unr tiiue und place. D. JC. EVA N S-J OJTI3S, Viwir. K MICllf'KA 1'*ai:is»i' . Mnrrh It KHiiuTiiku. 11. n. in. ; CoIhihIki, n.fVl p.m. March IS.— Woluml'. 11. :M : C.mdelo, 7.30 p.m. Marrii 23.— (Good Viiilriy *. Kuui'jrukji, it. n.tn. Murrh 2.*».--(lv^t-*r Simduy), lunucniVu, 11. '-ni. {U.C.j Tanlaiwanjflo. :i. p.m. Wki;k Hay Skhvick. March H. — Mosrilln, 2.30. p.m. j R. KAUL. I Catholic. I ^£AS8 will Ik? celebrated on Sunday as under: — n li. — Col'arsro, and Uoelcy Utill. j\ H1SALV. Wesley an. jyVINE SERVICE will be conducted rs under:— Uaim'ii 11.— to. 11 a.m., mid 7.30 p.m. ; Wolumla, (Mis^ion^a p.m. Maiii'ii 1H. — L\-lur£i!, It a.m. ; llrojjo, 3 p.m., (Mis sion address) ; ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Shipping-. ^^^BlAWAKHA steamnavigation COM] 'A Nr. THE Now Screw Steamship ALLOW ^?klE or KAMEliUKA will leave a* fol ^^BFuox Svkxiiv every Whiixksiiays nnd Sat I'HDAVS, Ht 10 A f) E»kn every Sati kpays ami Ti ksiiays. at R a.m., for Vas.-enirerK. „ SIeiii.miui.a every Sati iuiav, a.vii Ti'ksiuv, at !-.:S0 11.111. for I'asnn V „ T*TIIIIAPVl'l-vS\Trmi*Yillld Titmiay, I nt n a.m.'. for IVsensrers. B ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken on hoard llir dav previous, viz., FRIDAY and MONDAY Farea ni.d Freight* ;it Lowest Kates, freight. lor Dead Weight nnd Mcasurc ^^Hhrnitv 20s. per - -To Charge for Meals on Board during J passage. W Aoent at MF.mxm i.A- Mr. A- T. GIBSON. W Ei-EN-Mr. HUBERT KKON. 0 W ,. Tathha— Mr. G. B. .MEYER. *' TASMANIAN steam navigation s COMPANY. ? { THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS 'Tasman' and 'Corinna.' d Freight ? £1 per Toil ^ Dead Weight, and Measurement. (jgf Fakes. — Saloon, ?m-leH:'- ; Return, £3; Steer b-tp. -'0s. Return Tickets available for ONE J: MONTH. First-class ac...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

Advertisements, WANTED, a rcspeetablc girl as general servant ; 'washing given out. — Apply to MISS BROAD. FOii HALE.— A KOT8 PONY, vairan* quiet, auy trial iriven ; prico, 70s. f Ii. M. BROAP. mO IjI-H1. — Cottaire in I3eIniore-8tre(t at X jnv.suut ocuiipiod l-y Sir. John llaliolm. —Apply, ? JOHN CONNELLY, ; Commercial StoES. '£ 0^ L B f? ^ ]'Ainr AT XUM1HTGGA, 340 oi 420 noiw, with llousi., Baiuv, ;md VAiini for six luontlis from 1st Aran, now leased If Mr. J. Hetheiiiigton, from Mr. George Mi'aul. Apply to j lilXOX & MACLEf-D. OTICE TO SPOll T S 31 E K. 3 2IElt]!!BV ^;ire lwtho tli.i(. nil pirsbnH found Rliootin^ yanie in Jnv j^iddoekabr nt tlie l;ip'oou on my land will be pru.^eoited aa tre.spu^sers. i jo] ix iiEAtr, _ jeffa. rPO LKT.— HALF- AC I IE PADDGCIv in J- AUCIvJjAXD ISTKKET, next /.Uxoii'h Stables. 8ubst!intially fenced. AJso. SHOP aud ;j lJooms adjoining hlr. Manbys Offi.cc in Gipps-fitrcet. f E. ilANllY. Solictor, ? Gippj-jtrect. TENDEK.S are liorebv invited f...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 7 March 1883

MAliltJAGE. TUNKS— ' WOODS.— At tin* r^idimro of the bri.le's pnnint-, Kriou, «»ti iml iust., by iln» Rj^v. Rii-hanl 3/riph, Arthur I'ltMlerii'k, mhi --f W.,Tnnk« !?-!., Mayor of *'t. X'urtli Slinix*, to Man.' Janet elde!*t dfiufrhtor of Stephon 'WuihIf, of J'iluii. Pr Jirga ^iHnbart. PtJiiusiiiiii Wkijxhsh.vvk and Satludavb. True to our Principles. WKDXICHDA ]', MA /!-?!{ 7, W.S.

ALUMINUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

ALUMINUM. At the recent meeting of the British Associa tion, Mr, Barlow read a paj-cr 4iOn the Mechanical Properties of Aluminum.' This metal is used chicfly as a substitute for silver, but the author had found it to be exceedingly strong in proportion to its weight. Experi ments had been carefully inade for him by Professor Kennedv. from whinh its vnlnabln properties of ductility, tensile strength, and elasticity were fully demonstrated. This was well illustrated by the comparative length of rods of uniform scction, but of different metals, which could be suspended without rupture, the lengths in the case of steel and aluminum being equal and exceeding all others. Unfortunately it is an expensive .metal, and the process by which it is at pre sent extracted leaves little hope of its use being greatly extended. Sir H. Bessemer said lie did not think any metal could be depended on like the one in quostion, from the small part its weight took in producing its rupture. He exhibited a ke...

AN INCUBATOR FOR INFANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

AN 2SCUDATOJ1 roil INFANTS. M. Tarniek, the surgeon of the Maternity Hospital in Paris, struck by the great mortal ity among iufants prematurely born, and those which are very sickly after birth, has conceived the ingenious idea of constructing a box which is almost exactly similar to tlie incubators used for poultry. This box is divided into two compartments — tho lower one oemg uscu as a reservoir tor not water, wiuie the infant is placed in the upper one, which is well stuffed at the sides and fitted with a sLidiug glass over. The temperature is main tained at 8(ldeg. Fahr., and M. Tnruior has found that by keeping infants in the incubator for a period varying from two days to six weeks, their vitality is enormously improved. He has made experiments upon five ^ix-mon ths children, six seveu-montlis, and thirteen eight months children, and he has only lost four of them, whereas, according to his statement, three-fourths of them would have died but for this adventitious aid to vita...

ACONITE IN DYSENTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

ACONITE IX DYSENTERY. Dn. Owen reports tho results of one hun dred aud fifty-one cases of acute dysentery treated with aconite. He was induccd to look about for another treatment than the con ventional one with ipecac, on account of the nausea which often attends the latter, and which often drives hospital patients, especi ally, to rebel against a repetition of the dose. Dr. Owen gave the tincture of the British pharmacopona, which is of one-sixth the strength of Fleming's tincture. lie gave one minim every fifteen minutes for the first two hours ; after that, one minim every hour. This would make thirty minims in twenty four hours. Dr. Owen feels that his experi ence in one hundred and fifty-four cases justi fies him in speaking quite positively in favor of the treatment. In his paper he gives a very good analysis of his results. — N. 1'. Med. Journ ,

Miscellaneous. WATERPROOF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

fllMscellancous. watekprook taper. Accoudixo to the Jour#. Soc. of A r/s, a strong impervious parchment-paper is obtained by thoroughly washing woollen or cotton fabrics, so as to remove gum, starch, and other foreign bodies, then to immerse them in a bath containing a small quantity of paper pulp. The latter is made to penetrate the fabric by being passed between rollers. Thus prepared it is afterwards dipped into sul nhurie acid of suitable concentration, and then repeatedly washed in a bath of aqueous ammonia until every trace of acid has been removed. Finally, it is pressed between rollers to remove the excess of liquid, dried between two other rollers which are covered with felt, and lastly calendered.

Science. THE NOVEMBER METEORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Science. THE NOYEMltlill METEORS. On the 12th, 13th, and 11th of November, the earth ploughs her way through a swarm of meteoroids known as the November meteor zone. There is no reason to anticipate any special display at the present passage, but everything relating to comets, meteors, and the curious connection existing between them ib n«w Riierinllv attractive on account of lh« interest aroused by the visit ot tbc great comet. The November meteor-zone is made up of a swarm of meteoroids revolving around the eun in an orbit of great eccentricity, tho perihelion resting ou the earth's orbit, and the aphelion extending beyond the orbit of Uranus. The earth passes through the- portion resting on her orbit every year about ' the 13th of November. The immense width of the zone may he inferred from the fact that the earth, moving eighteen miles in a second, is three days in passing through it. The meteoroids arc not equally scattered around tlie orbit, the thickest portion extending alon...

NO CHANCE FOR HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

NO CHANCE l'OK HONOK* We were all at the depot in Macon waiting for the train to go when a colored man with a head as round as a bullet came bustling in and picked up a friend and brother and jammed him against tbc wall, aud slammed liim on the floor, and bestowed upon his cocoanut some blows which must have made that organ ache in a lively manner. The tvnq a tflU. Kftrinus.lonkinfr mnn \war. ing a plug hat and carrying a small satchel. He made no resistance, and when it was all over he sat down and rubbed the kinks out of his hat as coolly as if a pounding was an every day occurrence. ! 44 ltathcr sudden ? ' I remarked as the crowd | I thinned out. 44 Wcrry sudden, sab, an' altogether beyan' precedent,' he replied. j 44 1 noticed that you didn't resist.' I » coll. T dwln^iul aW I soon 'naff.' 41 Were you not expecting something of the sort ? ' 44 No. sah. I am sellin1 a powder dat makes a pint of kerosene ile go as fur as a quart widout it. I sold that pusson some yesterday, an* I ...

WEDNESDAY, 28TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

V..-.;)AY, 'JST11 1'Kma'AHY. Ste.ihi:i: Taxman anived from Sydney l.;iO. a.m.. :i:nl sailed Im- Hobart at 11. a.m.

Naturalist. HONEY ANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

TOaturalist. HOXEY ANTS. \ HY GHANT ALLEN. Tin: Garden of the Gods in Colorado is a bit of show-scenery of the true American type — a green amphitheatre, studded with vast ledges and cliffs of red sandstone, weathered here and there into chimneys or piltars, in which a distorted fancy traces some vague resemblance to the sculptured forms of the | nejiemc goas. jinner, a lew years since, Dr. McCook, of Philadelphia, went on his way to New Mexico, where he wished to study the habits and manners of* a famous, but little-known insect, the honey ant. To his surprise, he accidentally stumbled here upon tbe very creature he had set out to find. There arc two kinds of entomologists ; one kind, now, Jet us hope, rapidly verging to extinction, sticks a pin through his speci mens, mounts them in a cabinet, gives them systematic names, and then considers that he lias performed the whole duty of a man and a naturalist ; the other kind, now, let us hope, growing more usual every day, goes afield ...

SHE UNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

SHE UNDEKSTOOD. A woman with & market basket on her arm and a big bouquet of flowers in her hand was waiting at the ferry dock when a man of pleasant address approached her and said : 44 Madam, that is a fine nosegay.' ' Yes sir.' 44 I think it is the finest one I ever saw, and I have been in twenty-seven different 44 Yes sir.' 44 There is the pansy hiding ifcseU behind the rose. According to the language of flowers the pansy stands for 4 Darling, I can not live without you.* I likewise observe the rosebud is: 4 I'm looking for a husband.' Madam, do you understand the language of flowers ? ' 44 Yes sir.' 44 Then what is the language of that tulip ?' 41 The tulip says, sir, that if you don't stump along with your brazen impudence I'll have you walked into the cooler 1 ' was her I firm reply. He stumped. Detroit Free Press, j

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Tjni Assombly has nearly reached the depth ut de^rvnilnliosi if the statement of t!io chosen of M.wl;rne, Mr. TaVI-OH, is to bo at'ee]ited a^ truth. That frentleinmi, it is pretty well known, appeared in the House, once at least, in a state of in toxication, and perhaps, as is tho habit, of those who iwlnljro to excess, fancied that . ovoryli-Kly in llie lloiiso was drunk, and f hilt (io, tin; extended Mud^oo legislator, was the only mj1-:t man in that august U^selillllaiii'. He this as if. may IMY. T.tvr.ou has stated openly, and before hundreds of people ? — ;md tile sliit'-meiit. lias beou repeated - in the I'lvs-i until it i ; iu the mouth of every leader iu the live colonics — that 3ie li'-ld in his hand a list of names of Ihlviy-five members who had been drunk hi the Hous.i. Eit her tlio Assembly will have to own tho soft impeachment,' or it 'must take immediate steps t-n clear tlio oluiracters of its honorable members. ? Hia.n Ovi:j:.— 3i']'eri of Mr.Conian'sdiniicr, Woluuila...

Agriculture. SWISS CHEESE. SOME FACTS ABOUT ITS MANUFACTURE IN SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

agriculture. I SWISS CHEESE. bOMK FACTS ABOUT ITS MANUFACTURE IN RWITZEHLAND. Tjik niauufficfuro of cheese in Switzerland, wiys Consul Adam of Geneva, is one of the j most ancient industrios of the country, insfru- | ments for tbie purpose having been found in i different parts among tlio ruins of the lake 1 dwellings. In the Fourteenth and Fifteenth , centuries the production had grown large enough to become the subject of legislation, as appears from some curious decrees of Berne, Glaria, Annenzell and other cantons, prescribing theforci and weight of the cheeses, and forbidding the manufacture of ccrtaiu Boris, or an j exportation to foreign countries. The modern manufacture dates from the introduction, eighty or ninety rears ago, of the cultivation of artificial fodder and tlie system of ^tabling cattle now universal in the lower valleys and the plains. The several varieties are classified, cither according to consistency of material, as 'hard,' 41 firm,' and 'soft,' or accordin...

WHY HE DIDN'T TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

why iie didn't take it. Not long ago an old pioneer, who had lived in Texas in the days of the enrly colo nists, was once boasting of the good old times.' ' Why, sir, I was once offered a league oi 1 land for a pair of old boots.' 'Didn't you take it?' said the party ad 'No, sir ; I didn't.' 44 No account land, I reckon ? ' ' Why, bless your heart, sir, it was the best piece of land outdoors. Grass five feet high, a clear stream of water running through it, and an undeveloped silver mine in one corner.' 'And why in thunder didn't you make the trade ? ' ' Because,' said the old man, in a sad and regretful tone of voice, 44 because I — I didn't have the boots.' — Through IV.rrt.s-.' A Bull broker who had just emerged from the effects of celebrating his succcsses during the late advance of the market observed that for most of the time it seemed to him as if he were in heaven. 44 You must have enjoyed it,' said a friend. ' No ; it was too awfully lonely,' returned the convalescent. 44 1...

Land Selections. BEGA, 1ST MARCH, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Land Selections. ]lr.n.\, 1st MLutcit, 1883. J.ysies SriitcosniE, Gl) acres, section 13, County of Auckland, parish Wallagoot, commencing at the X.E. coiner of portion G3 on the south bank of the Bega lliver, 15 chains, thence .-outh -JO chains, tlienco west ]j chains to portion 03, and thence north chains to point of commence ment. John Biidstein, JO acres, section 13, ? County of Auckland, parish Muiubulbi, | to include all vacant laud on the south J bank of I Jouble Creek, west of portion !).j, : (Jngger's) and north of portion !),) aud !)U j (Otton's), to include all vacant land bo- i (ween Ramsey's and Otton's land aud j Double Ci'eek.

THE MAN-DOG. A WILD STORY OF A TRAGEDY IN A SOUTHERN SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

THE MAN-DOG. A WILD ST011Y OF A TRAGEDY IN A aOUTHEP.N SWAMP. My first kuowledge of the singular being called 44 Du Chicn, the Man-dog,' began when we were on duty down iu the Pechc country, a short time after General Taylor's celebrated 44 Hun on the Banks,' in the vicinity of Mansfield. The cavalry had really very little to do except 44 to feed,' and await orders. As a result of this idleness many of the oiliccrs and men formed pleasant acquaint ances with the hospitable planters iu whose neighbourhood wc were located. One of the planters whom I found to be most congenial was Captain Martas, a Trench creole, whose father had come from Languc doc. He was himself native-born. He was a man of forty-eight or fifty years of age, aud had two.sons by his first marriage, who were in the army of Virginia, and a boy of two years of age, by his second wife, who was a young and beautiful lady. The housekeeper was a mulatto girl, who was in every physical development almost a perfect being — e...

THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

Ththsday, Stii March* Isaac JE.ssor, 40 acres, at Mookcnrah, north of his last C.P. i Joseph Berry, -10 acres, at Bouruda, being measured portion No. 50. 1'resscott a nd sou, 4(1 acres, at Oor.iuook north of their C.P., of 40 acres. '

Novelist. HARRY BLOOMFIELD; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF AN EARLY AUSTRALIAN SQUATTER. CHAPTER XII. ELLEN ARNOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

f Novelist. ' HARRY BLOOMFIELD; on, tiie advi:ntu]5LS or an eaiily acstiiallvn SQCATTER.. I BY ANGUS M'LEAN, j CHAPTER XII. ELLKN ARNOL!-. On arriving in town I found the usual con gregation of squatters located r.t the Koyal Hotel, and tlie same drinking and sprceing going on, but I had more prudence this year, and kept sober and reserved. I at once made all arm n cements with l-euard to Ihe dis posal of my clip and providi® supplies for the ensuing season. Wliclan had arrived in town a day before the races; but a circum stance well nigh deprived me of tlie oppor tunity of accompanying him to the course. This was no less than tlie issue of a warrant against mc for resisting the police during the previous year's meeting, wounding one of them in the arm with my loaded whip, aud escaping from their custody. The Clerk of the Court informed mc of the charges hanging over my head like the sword of Damocles, and assured mc that the law would be put in force as sure as I made my appcaranec...

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