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[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Tui.'ksday. House of Lords appointed a committee to inquire into tho working of land laws of Ireland. French Cliambor of Deputies indefinitly postponed the re-orgauLsation of Senate. Destructive snow storms in Great Britain. Considerable damage done to property, and many wrecks reported. Xiiiiithn-tl publishes a statement on evidence of Carey's brother, that Byrne, at present under arrest in Paris, is accused of complicity in attempts to assassinate Justice Lawson, at Marfield, It is re reported that Bynio's release is imminent as French authorities arc not satisfied that there is sufficient evidence in liis complicity in Irish murders. Carey formally ex pelled from Dublin town council. Victorian loan groat success, £8,009,000 subscribed for at an average of £100 Is.

SAW TEETH TIPPED WITH IRIDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

SAW TEETH TOTED WITIf IltriHUM. Mn John Holland, whose discoveries and im provements in the working of iridium were noticed not long ago, has now made a circu lar saw with teeth tipped with that hard aud refractory metal. Tlie saw is 12 inches in di ameterand is to be used for sawing hard woods.

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

I'h.9 Corumg Show. Tni: arrangements aro all forward, and no hitch should occur when the bunting is hoisted oil Thursday next. Tho Bega Brass Band is ongaged to play both days. The splendid silver cup, tho giftof Messrs. Nelson and Hewlett for the best cheese exhibit, was brought here by Mr. Hewlett last woen, auu is now ou view in tlie window of Mr. Welby's shop in Carp street. There is some misapprehension about this prize, some thiukiug that it will be necessary to make two entries. This, we are authorized to say, is not the case, but the cup, with the first money prize, will go to tho owner of tho cheese that secures the blue ticket. Tho cup is a very beautiful oue, aud is well worth winning. It is solid silver, anil the design is very elegant. Tlie cup presented uy Mr. R. S. Mort., of Bodalla, for the best pair buggy horses is also ou view at tho same place. It is also a model of neat ness and elegance. The committee have decided on presoutiug a silvcr-inouuted whip to the best...

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

BAKED ANGLK W011MS. The l}all .Vail Gazette (London) gravely re ports that a group of French gourmets have tested the edible qualities of the common earth worm, whose agricultural services have been so recently demonstrated. ' Fifty guests were present at the- experi ment. The worms, apparently lob-worms, were first put into vinegar, by which process they were made to disgorge the famous vege table mould about which we have recently heard so much. The}' were then rolled ia batter and put into an oven, where they ac quired a delightful golden tint, And, we are assured, a most appetizing smell. After the first plateful the fifty guests rose like one man and asked for more. Could anything be more convincing? Those who love snails, thoy add, will abandon them forever in favor of worms.'

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

Southern Items. ( Jly onr Eden Curixsnonriaii.J Tire yacht Doris, from Sydney, put into Edon ou Monday, 'the weather being rather threatening, and tho wind strong, although it was fair. It is 'evident that tho Doris is mora of a harbour host than a soa going craft, for she is only 5 tons burden. Slio made an attempt to proceed on her voyage to Melbourne oil Thui-sday, out Jicr captain deemed it prudent to return to port again in tho evening. T3ho was away again early on Friday morning, and it is hoped Unit she will get to her destination safely. There aro not uiauv believers bore in tho storm predicted for the 10th : no preparations for it. The drogher from Morimbula was towed round here on the 2nd instant., in order to get tho Morimbula cargo on board, it being too rough for the Kamoruka to remain at (lie anchorage off Merimbula. Mr. A. F. 'JCuuks has been down to Eden aud taken awav with him the daughter of Mr. S. Woods. This is unfair to Edeu, but I suppose some of our youug gent...

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

TJIREE GOOD DOCTOIiS. The boat ol all the pill-box crcw Since ever time began, Aro tho doctors who have most to do With the health of a hearty man. And so I count them up again, And praise them as I can ; , There's Dr. Diet, and Dr. Quiet, ! Ana vr. lucrryman. i There's Dr. Diet, he tries my tongue, , ' I know you well,' says he ; I 44 Your stomach is poor, and your liver is sprung ; We must make your food agree.' And Dr. Quiet, he feels my wrist, And he gravely shakes his head : 4* Now, now, dear sir, I mmst insist That you go at ton to bed.' | But Dr. Merryinan»for mc Of all the pill-box crew ! | For he smiJes nnd says, as ho fobs his fee, , 44 Laugh on, whatever you do ! ' So now I cat what I ought to eat, \ And at ten I go to bed, And 1 laugh in tlie face ol coU or heat ; ' For thus have the doctors said ! i And so I count them up again, ' And praise them as 1 can ; I There's Dr. Diet, and Dr. Quiet. | And Dr. Mcrryman. i D.D., in Independent. 1

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

potato ivonv. Tins new ' vegetable ivory ' is made from ordinary potatoes — provided they arc toler ably sound and fully developed — by purely chcmical means. The selected tubers must first be carefully peeled and the ' eyes ' cut out, all 41 spongy ' and discolored portions uuui^aibo DUiujjuiuuHiy pureu away. xiiupc'Jieu | tubers should then be allowed to soak for a short time, first in plain, then in acidulated water, sulphuric acid being the agent em ployed, and the mixture should be quite cold before the potatoes arc put into it. The next, and most important part of the process, is that of boiling the vegetables in diluted sul phuric abid for a considerable time, herein lying the gist ot the invention, tho sccret of which is kept rather closely at present, but a short series of well organized experiments woukl probably or.nble any of our friends to elucidate the question. Tho variety and age of the vegetable itself, tins time for which it is subjected to the action of the acid, ...

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

RECIPES. To Kkkp Ciiukkh. — To keep cljccsc moist, wrap it up in a linen cloth dipped in v hite wine. This not only keeps the chccse moist, but improves tho flavor. BauEii Quinces. — Wash and core ripe quinces, fill with sugar, and bake in a baking dish with a little water ; to be eaten hot or cold, with cream and sugar. rnuNK whip. — awecicn to lasie ana stew three-quarters of a pound ot 2-runca; when perfectly cold add the whites of four eggs beaten stiff, stir all of this* together till light ; put in a uish and bake twenty minutes; when cold, serve in a larger dish, and cover with good crcam. Choice Fig Caki:, — Take a large cup of butter and two and a half cups of sugar, and beat well together, one cup of sweet milk, three pints of Hour with three teaspoons baking-powder, ihe whites of sixteen eggs, a pound and a quarter of figs well floured, and cut in strips like citron ; no flavoring. Fkozen Pi-ucui:s.-^-Pare and divide large, fresh, ripe and juicy peaches, sprinkle over the...

Household. WARM MILK A HEALTH RESTORER. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 10 March 1883

IbouscboU). WA11M MILK A HEALTH KESTOBEll. CoNsiDKii.uiLi: has been lately said in medical | journals concerning the value of warm' milk as a remedial agent in certain diseases. The : Christian at Hor/;, referring loan interesting article on this subject which lately appeared j in the London Milk Journal, states,, on the I uuiiuuniy ua j/i. .ueujuuim oiaii^e, mat in tnc East Indies warm milk is used to a great ex tent as a specific for diarrhoea. A pint every four hours will check the most violent diar rhcoa, stomacb-ache, incipient cholera, and dysentery. The milk should never be boiled but only heated sufficiently to be agreeably warm, not too hot to driak. Milk wiiich has been boiled is unfit for use. ThiB writer gives several instances in arresting tho disease, among which is the following: Tlie writer says : ' It has never failed in curing in six or twelve hours, and I have tried it, I should think fifty times. I have also given it to a dying man who had been subject to dysente...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Church Services. , Church of England. r\TVrNT, SKRVIOU will K» held at. Pt. John's Bega, cwry f?un J:iy Moniiutr iim\ i-vonnp. X[olyC-tt!uuuiiu'ii on the First Sunday in Kvery Month. . ' Holy IVipti^n ou tho llivt SunJjiy in every mouth, et ?1 p. in. X.H. Li c.xs-es »f netx»*.«ity tlie Sucnnncot of ItiiptiMu will Lc iidjuwUtercd at any time nnd plntv. M.nvli is— Xumbutr^n, A- l--ni. March I5m.r,u J*ri'l:iv,.i 11. a.m. - March *J7.— JJj;ru (\Vsixy Mootinirj, 12. noon. D. E. I-:VAXS-JOXI&, Vicar. K.\M»:r.rKA TVuitpii. r MnrHi IS— WnlriMlt. 11. ao ; C.mdoln, 7.30 p.m. ,M;uv)i lio.tl Fri-byj. Kumemkn, It. a.m. ;s Mntvli l'.'v— .'1' Siui'liiy', Kiiuwrukii, 11. n.m. itfAV Tanuw.insrlo. a. p.m. 'Wktic Day Sur.vjrn. Mur. ii 14.— Mocilia, ?.».:)?-. p.m. R. EAIUj. - Catholic. will ho rclobrAtod on Sunday as under:— 1 March IS.— and Rinbula. ' . ? ? ; ? P. HE ALT. Wcslevan. JJIYIXi; SERVICE will U conducted as under:— Ma^:: IS. -'..' t1 11 a.m. ; Urogo, 0 p.m., (Mts Ma: h - i,'ii. a.m....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Shipping. WAR R A KTKAM^NAVIG ATION COMPANY. ^^^VrilK Now Screw Steamship ALLOAV ^Hr£E or KAMERUKA -will loare as fol Sydney every \Vi'.i'-Nr.si-AYs and Sat rnit.ivs, 10 am., ,, Ei-kn every »Satuu»ays and TYesdays, at 8 11.111., for Passengers. t| MK1UMUV1.A I'VOiy S.\1TJU-AY, and Tukmuy, at 9.30 a.m. for Passcn* W V „ Tatiika every S.vrrunAY and Ti'Esday, | at 11 a.m.. f«-r Passengers. * ALL CARGO DELIVERED, and taken on board the -lav previous, viz.. FRIDAY - and MONDAY 3 Faros ami Freiirhrs at Lowest Rates, B* Freight f-»r 3)';ul 'Weight and Measure K* meat. UOp. per ton. H No Charge for Meals on Board during ? passuge. f Agent at Meiumiivi.a — Mr. A. T. GIRSON. Kniis— Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tathua— Mr. 0. B . MEYER. rpASMANIAN' STEAM NAVI-. -L GATIOX COMTAN*Y. THE SFLENDID STEAMSHIPS TASMAN AND CORINNA WILL LEAVE AS 1'OLLOWS : EDEX TO SYDNEY: TASMAN, 'Wednesday. '21st March. COU1NNA, Monday, 'Jlith^Iari'h. synxEY t;o ed;ex: COKINNA, Friday, 10th March, 10 a.m. TASMAN. Tuesday, 27th Ma...

COMMERCIAL. BAIRNSDALE LIVE STOCK MARKET. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

C0MMER0IAL. UAniKSD.U.E UXi: STOCK MARKET. . Pehruan* 24. Mefsks. A. Macautucii nnd Co. rojiort : — j Oiiv sales were weli attended on ^aturdny, and every lot otleivd was readily F«dd. We r«old for ill. Charles ltoberts, of Towamba, ? near Eden. Twofold Bay, 47 steer!?. 3 to 4 years old, iu rather low condition, at 1*4 4s; lot of heifers, same owner, at £2 10s; 17 cows, same owner, at .C2 17s: 15 store bul ?^locks. for Mr. Steacy, in forward condition,' at £') 0s ; lot of heifers and steers for Mr. Cox, at from i'2 7s fo i*'» ; 3H cows for ' Mr. Richards, al i'J VU : 12 heifers for Mr. auiiKun, in x- j anil piuiuuious ouicl iu«s tiu same lutes. We also sold (in conjunction with our friends; Messrs. English, Peck aud Co.) about 20O . head mixed cattle, from Manure, ut quotations. .We have seldom seen a more lively sale ihan this one. In horses, we sold (in eonjunclion wilh Messrs. En^lisli, l'eek and Co.) Mr. Ejzslestone's 40 head, averaging and Mr. Crisp's mob, at an average of nhon...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Advertisements, WANTK D. — A Smart Youtli for ofiicc and light employment. — Apply to liASLINGDEN and KODD. DAIRY. — 'Wanted family of four on wages; cnmfortiihlo yosifion; bonus on results. — Apply for address, Oftice of this paper. TO LET. — Cottajro in Behnore-strcct at present occupicd by Mr. John Malcolm. —Apply, JOHN GOXXELLY, Commercial Stores. 'Vj OTICE. — All persous found trcsptiHsing in Thos. Batemau's or my paddocks at Brown Mountain, without niyper mission, will be proaocuted as tlie law* directs. JOIIX TBIGGELL. QANDELO! CANDELO! TO LET, Store, or Storr and Dwelling-, lately occupied by Mr. A. H. Levy. Apply to KIXOX MACLEOD. IMPOUNDED AT BEGA, on fltli Mnrch, by Mr. John Schuhaoh, fromKanoona. — Chestnut Mare, star, branded like J over w near shoulder. Day of wile, 2Sth Mnrch, 1H8.H. D. KISS, 3?oundkeeper. Ijp O LET. FARM AT XUMliUGGA, 340 or 420 j acres, with House, Daiuy, and Yauds, for six months from 1st A run,, now leased by Mr. 1 J. Hotheritig'ton, from Mr. Geor...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

^^^^^^?tuction Sales. TEA. ^r Half CjiK^k Axn^^^fc ^Mconsignkd ^ktf^HpNE y, A13S0!^^HH. WEKYKSDAY, Si MARCH, AT THE NEW SALE YARDS. ^??toN & MACLEOD are instructed by 1 3)c consigners to soil by public auction, i ^?Kt their rooms, ;t*- above, 20 1Ulu-Ciiest- rntsT class Tea, 20Bv-nl.s do do ho lots of one package or more. Tonus nt Sale. t Agricultural Show. On FHIDAY, tho lfitli of MARCH, OX THE SHOW GROUND. 2 l'AIRS l'ONIES, brokei^i single and double harness. RIXOX it MACLEOD will sell by public auction at the Agricultural Show Ground?, as above, 2 Pairs Ponies. broken to single and double harness. Terms at pale. Agricultural Show. IggP FRIDAY. the lGth MARCH, Ou the Show Grouud. The Blood Stallion, FREEHOLD. The Blo-id Staluon HUBERT. The JJjiAiisBVrAi.i.iu.v SIR ROGER. RIXOX ami MACLEOD are instructed by Mr. W. A. 'Wilkin, to sell by public auction, on the Show Ground, The above Noted Stallions. Pedigree*, full particulars and tenns at ' sale. Agricultural Show. FRIDAY, ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Tin-: Bc£ii Agricultural and Pastoral So ciety's eleventh exhibition irill commcncc ^o-morrow with every promise of being the jnost successful show ever held in this ^.'.strict. To those who have watchcd the prp 'gro's of tin's society from its earlj' struggles Jup^ards, it is a matter of sinccre con gratulation to find that it has taken such sx sU'COg-hold 021 tho community, and that 4-ts Giveer oi' usefulness is likely to bo one of continued progress. It was started in loiz, anu us ursisiiuN wots neai 111 x'ciiru aiy'of that year. It narrowly escaped stnmgnjiition shortly after its formation, when through some jealousy a blackfcllow wasrqtialilied and elected to the office of vice-president. Its next show was in 1*S74, one year having been missed in con somteiire of heavy rains in tho month of Keomnrv. Again in 187.3 tlie show was held for 'the last time in White's paddock, rfiid although an improvement on the pre vious efforts, it was a poor concern, and j.ts exhibitors being lim...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Mississippi valley seriously flooded. War imminent between France and Mada gascar. Hawthorn collision an expensive affair to Victoria. Austral's engines not much the worse for their immersion. Archbishop Vaughan confirmed 200 young persons at Araluen. A mau was worried to death by a draught horse in Queensland. A child, 4 years old, was burnt to death in its bed, at Hotham, Vic. Whole of Sorrento's meat sold in London ; average pricc OAd per lb. Mr. Dillon, S. M., would be rough 011 per jurers if it was in his power. Young man, larking in George-st., Sydney, run over by a cab and killed. 750 oz. of gold obtained from 70 tons stone crushed at Iteedy Creek, Vic. Dog killed by the lightning at Rev. Mr. Baker's house on Friday last. French authorities have given orders for detention of Byrne on fresh charges. Treasurer of the Irish Land League has taken the League's securities to Spain. Reported that Egyptian troops have de feated the false prophet of the Soudan'. A boy, 1...

To-morrow's Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

To-morrow's Show. The entries closed on Monday evening, tho number being considerably ahead of last year, especially in the cheese and butter sections. For tho former there nro 57 entries, against '22 last year. This in crease is mainly -luc to Messrs. Nelson and Hewlett's gift of silver cup. For butter there are 47 entries. The prizes in this section boar a share of Messrs. Henry (JlarK.e s ana li.. h. 01111m s donations, in horses there are 23S entries, as against 185 last year. In tho cuttle sections there aro SI entries; in pigs, 13; in dog's, 50. The industrial classes filled well, thcro being nine exhibits iu local made saddlery, ninoteon in blacksmiths' work, implements, &c., and seven for vehicles. Fruit and vegetables will bo well represented, but of flowers tho show will bo indifferent,' it being the wrong season for most of our floral productions. Tho special writing prize has fifteen competitors, and for drawing and fancy work tho entries are numerous. In cereals...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, MARCH 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [.From our Telegraphic Correspondents.'] SYDNEY. Maboh 12. Thursday next appointed a public holi day in tho district of Bega. Austral now moorod in tho samo spot whore she foundered in Novembor last ; all tho water pumped out of ship ; a large number of men engaged in discharging silt from lower parts of the vessel. Strom: opposition beins; formed re the cloction of Messrs. Service and Berry, Victorian Ministers. Heavy thunderstorms reported from various parts of tho country during Friday night aud Saturday, vivid flashes of lightning lit up the horizon for several hours, passing off without rain. Woman named Gibson killed on the railway lino, at Newcastle, on Saturday ; one leg completely severed from the body. International cricket match : Victorians oomploted their innings for 284 ; English men, 7 out for 47. Handicap Outrigger Kaco at Grafton won by McDonald ; Perkins, 2 ; Trickett, 3. Overland telegraph line again inter rupted. SYDNEY, March 13. Pkoddce market un...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

OLUMLA RACES. TO COME 01'.' ON Easter Monday, 23th March. Judge : ilr. James Torpor, Senr, Staktek: Mr. W. Hazlegrovc. Handicaiteus : Messrs. J. Cochrane, NV. Rixon, aud W. Dow. Stewahus : Messrs. J. ,T. Crealy, J* Porter, Junr., T. M'Carthy, 1\ H. Young,* A. Robinson, L. J. O'Toole, and 'W« Covington. ( {Fiivl Raoe t-*i start at 12.30.) 1 MAIDEN PLaTE of 10 -m-s. ; for all horses tbat never von a prize exceeding seven ponuds; di&taueo about miles ; weight for aire. (Second Race to Marl at 1 o'clock.) 'T11E AYKDaLE GIFT of 20 sovs., with a sweep of 1 sov. each for ht-arUTs. to ^o [ to Mvond horse : distance about 1 4 miles ; U- he handicapped. 1 (Third Rare to start at 3 o'clock.) JACK. CELLING STAKES of 7 sovs. ; for all li-wks : t lie winner to 1)0 sold iuuuc dialily afterward.* for live pounds, any surplus* to iro to the fund?; distance, I about one mile: post ontrancc; weight I for iiLre. (Fourth K.i op to Mart nt. 3,45.) PUMT.kWN.S- PERSE »»f l'- sovs., with a , J' ? ? ...

Candelo. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 14 March 1883

Candelo. ( From our own Correspond nt.) rnE chief topic of interest horo since my last was tho farewell dinner givon to Mr. 13. J. Coman, prior to liis departure from tis. Although tho preparations were necessarily hurried, owing to the short no tice given to tho committee as to the tiino of Mr. Comaii's leaving, yet such was tho esteem in which he was held, that upwards nf f.„.t .. „f l,,l: ? ? ..'.1 r J VII til J 1 JllUlllg K..lULillts^ present 011 the occasion. The chair was occupied by ftlr. 11, Wren, who read several letters and telegrams from friends at a distanco expressing regret at their inability to be present. After the usual loyal toasts were proposed by the chairman, and cordially responded to, the toast of the evening, ' our fiucst, ' was proposed by the chairman infelicitous terms, lie expressed his great pleasure at being called upon lo preside on an occasion like this, and referred culogisticnlly to the character of the guest of the evening, the in terest which he a...

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