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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 July 1879

Shipping. I Ulawarra .gteam Navigation Bi.y»Tdy .8team0r Betwe6n Sydney, w^rinifauia, 'Ta.thyfT^ and Eden? ' fl ^E'HDNTERLlii)| /ther Steamers leave 1 WDNEYfor WfeBA.MEBIMBULA, slid EDEN, eViery .uWpPNESDAY, at 9.15 ajn.jiiclpmiug onFRIDAY.;, , F«tek,wS;Freigh:ts at Lowest Bates . - AoERts':1' Eden, Mr. H. KEON ; and at M Merimbula, Mr. A- T. GIBSON ; at Tathra, . C. BAITiNDlEE JDETCEB. Juw- 2, 1879^ ' Business Directory. ; / .^SLINGBEN, A U C TvI O^N E E R , Jt&ri&iinab! ^SAneralJlgent. ©»FrtB- CHURCH STREET. Sm^aiibs ? CHURCH STREET, i!-i - {LatcF; Bb;'. and Go's.): ; e . . BURNS & CO., * - XTTHOLBSALE AND RETAIL TIMBER Vy . :, - 1 Merchants,1 Wafi w&twH : Whaep, : Foot Depict Street, SYDNEY. AeeCflAilSarofees?™ o£ , (Colonial Hardwood, ml are Prepared to Bebeiv» Timber, Oil our Vffc&rf. if consigned to us, and will Guarantee ' Fnll MfiAfflt^ficie forfcame, at ' any time.; . A II dommamcations flddcessed ;.to us will ce ?cewe'prompit attenti...

POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 22ND JULY. (Before the P.M. and Mr. Broad, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 July 1879

POLICE COURT.' ? ? ] Tuesday, 22nd July.v p v — -t ('Before the P.M. and Mr. Broad. J.P.) ' ' Mr. Baxter sought to claim a dog which it was admitted waB his properly, stolen frorri him on Monaro aud sold to Constable, Frost ^ and by him disposed of to Mr. James Periy. ' For defendant, Mr. Manby, who it will bp re-r membered waB once elevated to' the Bench' J as a iudeo of ?' dawes,''. completely cut . the . , ground from- under the plaintiff, who left tho court, a guinea to the bad, -and in o state-of mebtal imbecility as to the beauties of British ? law generally,' and the enactments Telating to the possession of dogs iu particular. An affilliation case, M'Kay. against True,' ' was HiSnosed of. fixine- defendant .with lOs.a' a- week end a couple of guineas icoets. Mr. RawlinBon for plaintiff ; and Mr. H. Dawson of 'Cciofna, vin the absence -of Mr.' :0.-:Ji O'Connor, for tbe defendant.- ? Mr. Dawson gave the Bench some mountain law, and if his method ; of conducting the caso is the ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 July 1879

Tub Fabi(e| tactics strongly savour of tho mode ot warfare adopted by certain denizens of the sea as well as tbe land when they find themselves in a hobble. The octopus, to take a marine illustration, when attacked cscapes in a murky mess of its own contriving ; and tbe skunk, to gush the subject landwards, follows tbe hinese stinkpot notion, and gets outof sight while the enemy is sneezing. This seems to be so ukin to the tactics of Sir Hekuv that these illustrations naturally suggest themselves. Our Premier finds that his stroug combination ministry is unable to carry legislative measures to a successful issue, and he endeavors to es cape tbe censure of tbe public by throwing the blame on die Upper Chamber,- and lie has succeeded in carrying a series of resolutions that must simply end in smoke. But meanwhile Sir Henry and his col leagues draw a comfortable pay. An analysis of the Premier's three hours powerful special pleading, , will, we think, 'disclose the fact that - he has m...

SALE OF BUTTER IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

sale: of butter in Sydney. I Tub following is a copy of the circular Jettcr from Mr. D. L. Dymock, President of tlie Ivianm Agricultural Society : — '? It bas been suggested t.bat a general jn arlret or store for butter nlone should be established iu Sydney for tho following reasons. '1, The jii'esdnt aystetn of butler selling hns for a number of years been complained of as detrimental to tlie producer. * '2. About £900,000 worth of bnttpr is sold in Sydney annually, scattered throughout the town, at the opt'on of ngents, ^t any price obtainable and liable to rapid changes iu price from insufficient cause — a contrast to our oilier industries, sucli as wool, (fee., classed here and in LiOndqn by contending agencies. * ' 3. Butter is placed upon the market under the present systcpi in an unsightly form,- especially in summer— contiguous to other articles exposed for sale, -vh'ich deteriorates the butter in quality. ' 4. Tlie concentration of all the butter into one store kept at a co...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

. WOOD and»COMPANY, ?-. WHOLESALE* IftJTTER, CHEESE G Lonl 1|7v5(r\ -stii e i:t, Between Erflim: s\l Margaret Si roots, ' isrunRr, Anfl at 9 MnrkctrS-rcet, Melbourne. 1 FARMER'S WINTER fePECIALI _ TIES. 1JUB MRU'S WJNTEft BLAn'KKTS— ivuigbtv lleecy, durable quntilios, 10- Gd, 13k (id, 10h (id, 21s. A splci) diil Jjlnnkct at a guinea. _ 17 AIMER'S STOUl'FLANNELS, 1*24.1, lGJd, . Is 3d, 2s. Also Wovp Crimean Flnqncls, fijd — tlie l-cst value iu Sydney,^ ? ItTa 11MJC B'S Wi NTER HOSIERY.- Fancy striped Merino, Is per pair ; Heather Merino cmbrpdeicil, Is fid ; limbraidcred Cashmere, 2s i every sisse in children's and Indies', unequalled for value ipywherc. TVARM UK'S 1J11ESS MATERIALS, Sergei, J. II nine Kcrgettes, Cashmeres, genuine quali ties. 8Jd, 10i-i, Is Bd and Is Gd, durnblp good;, of (lie best c|inrncter. ITAilSTHE'li Wl^nrrjACKEirs, stylish . shapes, Irinnno-i -Jur, 3/s Cd ; dillo trimmed satin, 42s j exceedingly haudso'me Jackets, 2J guineas. ? ? ITlAXtM ICIt'.S PARACHUTflSS ...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND blSPATOl? OF MAILS. AEBIVALS. Sydney via Goulburn, Braid- j Daily, (Tucs wood, Moruya, -Eurobod^lla, v days excepted) Cobargo and Brogo. . ) at 6 p.m. Kameruka, Candelo. Mogilla ; ] Colombo ^nd Monaro, Viat .lr5°djW - Tintawangto. ) 4'30am ^amcruka,. Candelo, 'and Coir) Thursdays, ombp, I 7.S0 p.m. Eden, Panbula, Towamba, 1 Tuesday and Merimbula, and Wolumla, j Friday, 4 p.m Uonaio, via Wyndham and ) Tuesday, at Panbula, & J p.m. Monaro. via Cqlombo, and | Sunday, at 6.30 Numbngga, | ' p.m. - ^anjft (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday, 10.30 : . | - am. ' The Mqil by Steamer reaches Bega via Tathra (in Wedposday or Thursday. __ ' PBPABTDaES. Pydnpy via Brogo, Cobargo, J Daily, (Thurs Enrobodalla, Moruya, Braid- - days excepted) - nnhil: flnrl Gflnlborn. 1 nt 11 Rfl o m Kameruka, Candelo, and Mo- ) Mondays, 9,30 gilla ; and Mpnara via Tan- - a.m. tnwanglo, ? ) ? S%Pjfcanernka and Candelo; and 1 Thursday, at .-Monaro via Colombo, J 9.30 a.m. ^^Voluaiai Merimbul...

THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. ? {Small wonder that the Bega folks differ about this when Hackney is all at pea, as tbe following will show; — ' Mr. Gladstone's postcards (saye tho ''Pall Mall Gazelle') turn vp in all kinds of ' nooks' and corncrs. One of them wdb produced at' a meeting of the Hackney vostrv recently in the course of a dis cussiou on a point of order. At a pre vious meeting of the vestry, in the course of a '.'debate' (as vestries now term their janglings), the ' previous question' was^mpved. Unfortunately, owing to a ''liiisapprehensian, some of tlie vestrymen who desired to vote against tho motion really voted for it. This contretemps led to a 'discussion as to the proper course to be pursued in future when the ' pre vious question ' mav be moved. The . . pkairman said ho was1 aware that there was a difference of opinion almost every, where in the mode of putting the 'pre vious question,' but the meaning of it was ' tlhat the question bo not now put.' One of the vestrymen...

DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

DRAMATIC CLUB. Tun following .is. the Club's report: — Iu submitting the usual Half-yearly Report of this society to the members, yuur committee have much pleasure in. testifying to its.continued sound financial po-sit-iou, and also to the good repute in which it i.s held by the people of Bega. Since our last report the club lies increased iu numbers aud popularity, and while laraeu ;ing the loss of several useful members, who have left the district-, .can state their places have ' been very ably tilled by the recent addition* to the society. . The past session has been very quiet— the club only haviug uiven two performances : one to aid the School of Arts, the other fur incidental ex penses iu connection with the club's workiug. One cause of this quietness was the attention given to the advice tendered by the local press on the subject oE thorough rehearsiug, the bene fit of which was seen at the late performances and which called fur the unqualified praise of critics. Your committ...

(From the Press Telegrams.) LONDON, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

(From the Press Telegrams.) ' LONDON, July 11. News has been received from Cape Town, ' announcing the arrival of Sir Garnet Wol eeley and staff on tlio 23rd June. On the ./following day lie went to Natal, to assume , ' supreme command. ' Latest advices from the Cape announce .. . that the British coutiuue to advance in ^ulu- latid unopposed. A. junction has been eficc ted between the columns of the latest troops, L 'within twenty-five miles of Ulundi, Cete .'wayo's chiefkraal. : ' -??? ? ' LONDON, July 18. , ? : Advicesfrom the Cape to July 1, announce 'the arrival of an Envoy from.', Cetewayo at ' ^British 'Campwitli fresh proposals of peace, the presentation of a large quantity of tusk iVory'ifideaMug Cetewayo 's complete sub mission. The Envoy begged for the post ponement, of tho British advance, and re ' .-ceived a. reply declaring that the postpone . ; mem .wonld. be agreed to conditionally upon iOetewayo's acceptance .of the preliminaries of peace laid down by the Britsli. ? ...

BALANCE SHEET FOR HALF-YEAR Ending 10TH JULY, 1879. DR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

BALANCE SHEET JTOR HALF-YEAR ' Ending -10th July, 1879. Db. To Balance Forward .. ? ? £3 19 2 Member's Subscription ? ? ? : .7. . 8 0 Member's Fines ? ? ? ? ? 0 4 - 0 Proceeds of Entertainments'.'..... . 33 19 ' O Cheque from SdhooliofjAtts ? l6 6 4 ; ' £S5 16 6 Z Cb. By Sundry Accounts.'... ? ? £19 14 6 Advertising and Printing 8 8 6 Cheque to School of Arts — 20 ' O 0 Balance in hand' (as per Uank Pass Book) .... v-Yv G IS 7 ' Total ? £55 -16 .6 JOHN A; DAVIS, Hon. Treasurer. Audited by me this JOth day of July, 1879, and found correct Y' f - ' P°W.

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

. OUR TELEGRAMS. fFsdM oub Telegraphic CoBB&spoiTOENts.] i . SYDNEY, July 31. A large meeting of the creditors of Meyers and Solomon was held yesterday when a statement was submitted shewing direct liabilities amounting to £84,400 with con tingent. liabilities arising from bills under discount representing £47,300. The es Bcate nas oeen assigned. The A. S. N. Cq. rpajr no dividend for the past half year. The Acting-Governor entertained a number jof friends on au cxcursion picnic tq the Blue 'Mountains yesterday. The Government are taking vigorons ^P^ measures 1 to ? -nush ? forward tbu i nnKi;^' . works of .the colony. ? / ^ The second deposit of the stakes in the champion rowing match between Trickett and, Laycock was made last night. Both I men are in active training. The date of the - match is fixed 'for Friday, 29th AugA. -v The latest news by the' ' California mail states that thousands are dying, through ' famine in Cashmere, , *'4 - Chili is preparing 10,000 troops if...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

It appeara' that dynamite has become a common article of trade with the natives of Hie -Solomon Islands, and already several deaths and serious accidents have taken place, owingto the natives' ignorance of the proper use of this dan gqrou? agent. Captain Runcie, oftheAvoca, informs t ie Echo of the ? death of a well-known native' kin'g at Ban yeta, near Bnbiunn, who had' purchased a stock of .cartridges rrom; Captain Craig, -ftpf the Sydney schooner Princess Louise. The sable warrior was using them for killing fish when one exploded in his band' and the poor fellow was shattered to pieces by the con cussion. ' The tribe over which the Ijing reigned were very wrath at Captain Craig for, disposing of tlie cartridges, and organized a conspiracy to massacre tho capaiu an i crew of the vessel. .Their plaus were almost com plete, when a chief in' the locality, who trades with Captain Ferguson, of the Ripple, inform ed Captain Craig and bis crew just in time to enable tbem to escape the tr...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

Impou tded at Bega IMPOUNDED ou the 29th July, by order of the Trustees fi irn off the Uega Common by the Commons' Ran :er : — . / ? Spotted Steer, lil e RB nan.r'rump. Ited and White ? S^ottwd Heifer, MM near rump J Red jmd White SpocWlcl Steer, M *1 near rump. J II Spotted Heifer, c ) viswlcfhraud. J Roan Bull, no vit hie Brand. White Heifer, nc viniyte brand. Also, impounded 01 the 3*st day of July, by Mr. Mic taci M'Namara White Heifer,- 1 sc WG with underuealh near rump ; li ce J.1? off rump. Tf not previously released 'will be sold at this pound, at Koou,- An the 21st day of August, 1879. DAVID KISS, Poundkeeper. Impounded at Candelo, IMPOUNDED her on the 29th day of July, 187i), by Mr... Jc lin Uarfson, o£ Champion Jlill. from Cbampior Hill :-i ? Bay Filly, braudct likclilrilch ti with A under all nearshoulde ; hiflulve.l ; black points. Bay Mare, O 2 ; ilotoli liflir shoulder ; snip and star ; near lind fooj white. Brown Horse, Wfi S neaJ sloalder ; near bind . f- ot black. ...

COBARGO [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

COBARGO 'V — ? , [From bun Cobbespondent.J T.ie election of officers of the Joy of Cobargo Lodge took place at their last meet ing with the .following result: — Brother K. Crosby, W.C.Z'.^ t;i8ter Moon, W.V.T. ; Bro. D. Heury, W.i / D. Costello, W.K.S. ; G. Salway, W.T. ; Sister Higman, W-C. ; Bro, F. G. Rob-rts,, W.M. ; Bown, W.O.G. ; Grame. W.f.G. The lodge continues to make considerable progress in nuaiuers ana influence.. There i6 little excitement here about the reported discovery of gold at Snowy Hill near Jinden at the head of the Sboalbaven River. A party of four have gone from here and our path-finder; Mr. M, Gillespie, is ta - start with another batch shortly. _ ? ' The Burial ground committee have just completed the clearing, the ground. It was formerly a job to findJjBpace for a grave. Now the reserve is fully cleared. Great credit is die to the committee, and especially to Messrs. W. D. Tarlintojn Allen, O'Reilly, and Anderson. We are having fine mild winter weather, li...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

GENERAL NEWS. „ The unemployed - are xm willing to leave Melbourne. The Port. Augusta' railway, in South Australia, recently advertised for 60 men. aiid only about a dozen applied for work. . Mr. G. A. .Lloyd, formerly high in tho po litical world, was refused liis . certificate in insolvency last week: The judges agreed to withhold their decision lor a. 'week to enable Lloyd to square matters to ascertain extent. Piince Jerome has been recognised as the leaner oi me uonaparnsts m franco. The ship Corona with 454 immigrants left Londo'n'for Sydney on tho 10th July. An order has been sent to England for a stained glass window for the Mort Memorial Church to be erected at Bodalla. After years' of patience the Tasnlauians are rewarded with perfect success to their efforts to acclimatize the salmon. That fish is now commonly caught ill the Derwent, and is an ordinary article of conuncrce with tho fishmonger. It is said that the illness of Mr. Edward Kelly is the cause of the inactivity ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.. [We do not identify tuiselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] .. PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard ' Sir, — I have read with interest the various letters on tliis all important question, and I , must say I agree with those writers who - have advocated the project of a railway to Edeu, as- 1 believe that is the only solution of the difficulty that we labor under in the heavy freights we have to pay, and must pay so long as we are dependent on shipping via Tathra and Merimbula. Your correspondent ' Shipper,' goes most fully iuto the question, and his letters shew. . sound sense, and, I trust he will fulfil his promise to let us ' have ' more on the sub ject.' It strikes mo lie might have . gone even further, and pointed out that in the present depressed state of tlie produce market in Sydney, w« must naturally look to- Mel bourne for an outlet-for our surplus products. Telegrams in your 'last'issue refer to the im portant...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

Church Services. Church of England. TVIVINE SE11VICE will bo held at St. John's L7 'i Bega, ? fefcVy SaAday,' Morning and E#e»iug; C- — - \! i Holy Communion on the First Sunday ii. Every ?—r^er.ith.' v''J r* — :? Baptisms every Similar, nt 3 p.m. Kameruka Parish. July 27. — Kaiueriika, 11 a.m. (1I.C.) ; Tanta '™ ;-rwanglo°8.fl0'p.in: — ? ? August 3.— Panbula, 11 a.m. (H.C,),; Morim ' ' - ' IAiIb, :7fp.tri. ' 4ugu6t 10. — Kameriika, IX a.m. ; Colombo, 8.30 p.m. , Woaleyan. : T\IVINE SlMVICK will he held (m-.) by ' '\lf Rev. j'E, Carrntb'cm arfnllowa: — ! ; August 8. — Cobargo, ,11 a.ni.: ; ' Bega, 7 p.m. ' August 10.— Begii, 11 A.Hi. j'Woliiuila, 3 p.m. Candelo, 7.30 p.m. ' August 17.— Bega; '11 o-'1- and 7 p.m. Sacrament atter 'morning service. August 3; — Bega, 11 a.m. AugnsttlO. — Bega, 7 p.m. . August 17. — Biogn, 3|j.in. Mr. C. W.WOOD. Presbyterian. rfajlKBev, W. Baiter Will (l),v,) preacli I_ oil Sunday : — . August 3; — Bega 11 a.m., and 7 p.m. Eden DisTiiicr. . August 3— Mer...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

Shipping, ! f Illawarra S^am Navigation Company. J3i-weekly Steamer Between Sydney, Merimbula, . Tathra and. Eden. f l ^HE HDNTEE JLikotlifer Steamers leave A SYDNEY for TftTTIRA, MERIMBULA, -pnlEDEN, every 1 WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 ianj^fci'turniug on FBIBAY. , *? tig ? j Fares and FreightPat Lowest Bates :'C\ '3, Agents; Eden, Jlr. H. KEON ; and at jr ' iSerimbula, Mr, A. T. GIBSON ; at Tatbra, ' C. BATTANB1ER MEYER. s * J6ne 2, J.87;9 , Business Directory. ' g/%aslingden, AUG T\l O N E E R, J!an3 miaSS&eneral Jlgent, V J Office1: CHURCH STREET. SjSle Yaeds : CHURCH STREET, ^ '^Late F. Be and Co.'s.) .%' ? .burns & CO-, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TIMBER . MERCHANTS, Wentwobth Whakp, Foot Deuitt Street, SYDNEY. Are Cash Purchasers of Colonial Hardwood, ?and are Prepared to Receive Timber, on our Wharf, if consigned to as, and will Guarantee Full Market Price fortune, at any time. ? All Communications addressed to as ?will rc -ccive!prompt attention. wooltv /Wool. ADVANbES, smA...

CANDELO BRIDGE CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

CANDELO BRIDGE CEREMONY, j On Wednesday last quite 'a grand gathering took place at Candelo to, inaugurate the opening of the now traffio bridge orectod on the main Monaro road. The opening of this bridge is another link in the chain that con nects Monaro with the seaboard, and as of local couoern it is imp irtant as facilitating the traffio between Candelo and the many rich' properties situated to the south-west aud west of that centre. The struoturo is one of the class known as the Queen's Truss Bridgo ; it has three spans of 60 feet each, with 30 feot between the spans and the road way, giving a total length of 210, and is six teen feot broad in the traffic way. It stands . on sets of strong red gum piles, moslly pro cured in the neighborhood of Wolumla and towards the mountain, and !the squaro tim ber is all of the same material. The sawn timber, docking, Ac., is from Messrs. G owing aud Kelly's saw mills at Tauja, and is of the best woolly-butt, black-butt, and roil gum. The wo...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 2 August 1879

Some time back wo called attention to the want of a better system, for the disposal qf our produce in Sydney, and pointed out that, ihebulk of the stores iu which the articles of butter and cheese are exposed ?for sale .are utterly unfitted for the stor age of such perishable commodities ; that there was no classification, or possibility ? -?oC test nrioes being .obtained ; that the ? practice of the agents to meet and fix prices occasionally, to determine a riRe or : a fall, was prejudicial to the prodiioer; , and that the whole arrangements sadly needed to be put on a bettor ! footing. ? Since then the evil has bnon in no way . remedied, and it is with great pleasure . that -we now publish the circular letter of Mr. D. L.. Dymock, the President of the ' Ki&maAgricultural Society, on the aub . , ject, arid wo can. with every confidence in clude cheese is an article that is quite as i liable to , taint from its surroundings as is ' 'butter/ and with1 this addition we com- I ...

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