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BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

i — — - — - -i ? ? ? BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISPATCH OF MAILS : AJIRIVAIjS. ; §ydn-iy via Goulbnrn, UniM-j Daily, (Tiics wood, Moruya', Kurolxxlalla, !? duvs'c'xco|jlcri) Cobargo iunl liid«ro. | at J5 i».iu. pnuicmka. Candolo. Monilla : 3 ,r , 1 Colbuibo aii.l Mouuio, vial J,r?',,a-vs' Taulawanyla. - J '-10 a.m. Knmeruliii,. Candelo, and Col-1 Tbur-days, tun bo, ( 7.;o p.in. Eden, l'nnbnla, Towambn, I Tuesday and Merimbula, and Wolumla, j' Friday, 4 .p.m. -Moiniro, via '\Vyndham anil { Tuesday^' nt, 4 Panbula, J p.ni. Mon a lo. via Colombo, and i Sunday, at G.3ft Numbugga, | p.tn . '4j&i Tan) a (Nelsons'), 1 Tuesday; l^Sp , ; ' J ? am. The Mail by Steamer reaches Bega sin Tathra on Wednesday or Thursday. , niSPAKTUIIIiS. Sydney via Brogo, Cobargo, ) Daily, (Thurs EnmbodftUa, Mornya, Braid- I days excepted, wood, and Goulbum; ) atll.30 a.m. Knmcrujia, Candcioj and Mo- 1 Mondays, 9,30 gilla ; and Monara via 'J'nn- [? a.m. tawanglb, ' ' ' 1 ) ICameruka nud Cnudclo; and) ...

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. (To the Editor of the Bega Stanford.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not identify cunseleves with the opinions expressed te po^csppndents.] PORT ACCOMMODATION. | (To. the Editor of the Bega Standard.) Sib, — I see by the Gazette of the 4th instant, that some one writing under $ie — ' Nineteenth Century,'- propounds a new project for o.iir. accommodation in the ship ping line. . No doubt he ohose tlig above ' term,' be lieving that tii in new scheme of h^s is one of the most advanced ideas yet promulgated in lllv mueKcaia ceniurj' J uub jji w urn win cause the railway to Eden to. pile. ' A don-, key dieB hard,'-' so they say, if bo, that 'ere above idea seems to. me to be. one of his last '.'kicks.' ' Nineteenth Century ' seems to bp one of those who has just awoke out of the Ellen 'craze,' and not having given himself time to thoroughly recover the shock he launches out into a wilder scheme than ever, (if wilder oould be) Methinks that the I.S.N. Co. begin to think that ' Nineteenth Century' for one is nearly ready for...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

BEGA CLUB ANNUAL RACES, ' THURSDAY and FEIDAT, 1st and 2nd January, 1880: r ?Tudgk— C. T. Stiles, Esq., J.E. i ' Handicmt^rs: . ' '^lcssrs. J. Farraher, \V. Hlxon, W. J. Coma'n. ' I , i ' . : STEWAItDB : ' ' ' ' - Slessrs. W. W. Wren, ' Messrs. M. J. Pedcn, v .lolm Farrohfcr, ' J.W.Blair,' ? W. J. Coman, CVV.M'Lcod - James Rixon. . J * (Staetbs— Mr. Joshua Britten. CoERK 01? CqunSE— Mr. Charier M'Gvcgov. ! First Day— Thursday, Jan. 1, 1880. ? ' ' (First iiace to start at 1TJ.30) MAIDEN PLATF., of 40 sovs., with a s\yccp for . , \ starters of 2 sovs.' ; second liorso to receive tbe sweep; for mnideii horses at lime of nnmina lion reselling Seerctniy ; disUuicc, IJniilc; * weight for age j nomination, 1 isov., now open ; j entrance lo close at 9 p.m. on the l.Stli No vember, 1871) ; penalty for Avinncns— - I ouee. Clbs ; twice or more, 7!bs ; winners of . two-yeny-old races are eligible for this race. (Second racc lo start .at 2 p.m.) , BEGA CUP,, of 150 soys., with a sweep for ? star...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, December 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

QUE TELEGRAMS. [From oub Telegraphic Correspondents.] SYDNEY, December 11. In the Assembly last night the Treasurer made his financial statement. The revenue for the preseht year shews a deficiency of £290,000 instead of the expected surplus, the main cause of the miscalculation being attri buted to the rapid decrease in the land sales. Referring to tbe loan indebtedness of the Colony, the Treasnier stated that at present not more than a million sterling could be flnenf. inrnilwnv A^ri-nrininn. Rnfforrlinir tlm accounts for the next year the expenditure is estimated at £4,984,000, a sum slightly be low appropriations for last year. Against this the estimated revenue from present sources is £4,761,000, which would leave a de ficiency of £220,030, but au additional esti mate of £100,000 would be almost inevitable, leaving a deficit at the close of 1880 of £320,000 to be provided for. The Treasurer proposes to raise £358,000 by a new scheme of taxation, and thus convert the deficiency ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

C030IERCIAL STORES, GIPPS;STREET, BEGA. ? — j— THE Proprietor of tb above bas JUST BE TUKNIiD from £ IDNEY, wbcic lie lias fiuccccdcd in purchasing in that market, on ac count. of the present leprcssed State of the times there, from simc of tbc FIRST HOUSES. \ ONE 01 THE .1 grandest, Best, and Cheapest pi aEJNipilAIj MERCHANDISE BvjtB SHOWN IF THE BEGA DISTRICT, it ? j, . . PRICES SUITE]) to. the TIMES. ^ On Account of the. Yery Low Prices Ruling and the Inducements Offered, I wap TempteH to BUY VERY \j AEG ELY, consequently I have secured tin Extensive Stock von The COMING FESTIVE SEASON, and in order to, Mam, * -300I^™£mBE^FERED, And Greater IMJcemanwinh Facilities will bp given tiian efcdr! As it is r?pt jnstjfce to either Customoi;. or to a UMEM&R^BSTGGK Such as abpve, to enumerate or QUOTE! A FEW LEADING LINES AND, PRICES AS A DRAW, And to Fill up an aflvcrtisci icnt,' it is not my ^intention to do so, ncitl cr to indulge in what is comuior ly termed ' PUFF !M bu,t I v ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

Shipping,'- ? vidva ? : ? ? ? — ? : ? :i i. 'rib— ? ! ?illitf^arra Steam Navigation ? ^ Company. Bi-weeki# darner Between Sydney, Merimbula, Tathra and Eden. r 1 )HE HTJNTEtC^iid oilier Steamers lenco - I SYDNEY for TATHRA, MERIMBULA, -iiut 'EDEN, overy WEDNESDAY, at 9.15 ja.in., irlurniug on HutDj^u JTarcs and Freighl^/t! Lowest Rates . Agents : Eden, Mr.'H. KKON 5 and at - jderimbula, .Mr. A- T. GIBSON ; at lathra, O. BA.TXAND1KU MEYJ211. ;» June 2, 3879 ? . i : ? ? ??' '/ifc Business Directory. ri.Mj ; G. HASLINGDEN, A U C T I O N E E R, . JtanJ and Sfmeral dgant. Office': STREET. jSale Yards ' CHURCH' STREET, v : \CLatc F. Be arid Co 's.) J WOOL. A W0GL» 4 DVAN-CSS, s'maUjIr, large, against the - A ^gclp(,*fe; Stock and Station Agttft, Sjducy. . ? ? —j ? ? : ? : ? : ? : ? ? ' 1 C. ANDERSON & SPff . PLUMBERS,, GAU\l^l|Eft IRON , AND TIN j'LA.Ti^rORKEIlS, GlPPS-STREET., BEGA.' WEBB & BOOTH, . ''O16H M I S 'S I O N .AGENTS, ,69; and 7i%ufises^B;., Sydney,. . ' - ? t...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

Cut THffl out. — It Mat Safe Your Life. — How it is done. — There is no person living but what suffers more or less from Lung Disease, Coughs, Colds, or Consumption, yet some would die rather than pay for a bottle of medicine that would cure them. Bosohee's Gbkmak Svbup has lately been introduced to this country from Germany, and its wondrous cores astonishes everyone that try it. If you'doubt what we say in print, cot this out and take it to your Chemist and get a sample bottle for 6d, and try it, or a regular size for 3s 6d. What more proof can you have of its meats. Sold by all Chemists and Dealers in Medicine. ' Wholesale, by Elliott Brothers, Sydney, ?

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 13 December 1879

Holloway's Ointment ani- Pius. — Debilitated Constitutions. — 'When climate^ age, or hardships, have undermined the health, skin diseases aie prone to arise and augment the existing weakness. Holloway's medicaments daily prove most serviceable, even under the most untoward circmnstaiices. This well-known and highly-esteemed un guent possesses the finest balsamic virtues, which soothe and heal without inflaming or' irritating the most tender skin or most sen sitive sore. Holloway's Ointment and Pills axe infallible for curing bad legs, varicose ^gns, swelled ankles, erysipelas, soaly skin, m^&rery variety of skin disease. Over all these disorders Holloway's remedies exert a quick and favorable action, aud, where cure, is possible gradually but surely arrive at that con,ummvtiop, They are invaluable in the cure of scrofula and scurvy. ^ — ? ? A TE S T KQYEL.UgSi 0HRISTli4 SHARDS, GOLDEN BU jE BAZAAR, GIPPS STREET, BEGA. The Treasury, New South Wales, 1st December, 1879. PAYMEN...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

V ' =^= lllawarra Steam. Navigation C- Christmas Excursions. Tickets at a snjquj flfAf'® DOUBLE JOURNHYp »M; b the Steamers of Hie Cktmjuftr, wa/teMfL fr?' FRIDAY, the 19® DEOICMfE t, » THURS DAT, the 15th JANUARY) - 3oth Days In .elusive.) I. S. N. Co.'s Offices, 8th December, 1879. COBARGO, ME. JOHN O'REILLY is authorised t COLLECT MONIES DUE to tki | BEQA STANDARD, and liis Receipt wil V Jje Sufficient Discharge. -NEILLEY. 4 lllawarra S, N. Oomi UNTIL further notice a leav- Merimbula for Sydaer/kvery TUES DAT and FRIDAY at 10 ajm. ^ To J?en( fers * fnENDERS are invited, u til the ITtli instant, ? X for the Erection of a ? aiing Fence around tbe Catholic Church Groun , Candclo. For particulars apply to iev, P. Hcaley, or to Mr. E. J.' Coman, Candelo, 3 whonji tenders are to be addressed. ^ . To Builders. TjlRESH TENDERS are invited for additions Jj and repairs to the PUBLIG SGIIOOL BUILDINGS at Candclo. Specifications nay be scan on linplication to Henry Wren, Esq., J.P.J^pnnrnjfa...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

Holloway's Pills. — Prevision.-^As antnan. treads on winter, slenfler, «lelic'atej| and pale.i ' faced youths becnmeiiBtitss, lantmid, and Jebili f itated, unless an %Jter^jiye', combined with' some, ' tonic, be administered to qnicken tffett enfeebM^ . ^®JO' organs- JChis precise itequirement is shpjilied - these noted Pills, which canandwi^ accomilyh '''^J . all that is wanted, * lions ted his purifier, TVga. convince _ lies in bis - only isdemand^or||^p^^H^^^^^^^SMBrodace^cr — Liver is King.—1 gan of the whole . , . tbe life, health, alWgy' August Flower is - . affiieted with Dyspepj^. ;-v, . St akdaiid and all the namerous sjg^. Press from an unhealthy condition^|^|^^^H^BM^Bti0flrtli.ut stomach. GfflEsS the largest sale of any prep It ®freetB all imparities crpnt.lv on tbe bowels, cures .indigeat^LjUHHT the liver, -and^s jnst _ dizziness of the*head, palpitation or Neilley, and the restdt oE indigestion and ; dyBpepT office fraOf Three doses will relieve you. Tiy it SamJI bottle...

BEGA POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DISTRICT OF MAILS ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

? BEGA POST-OMOi; j ABHIVAL ANJ- Diswrcil OF MAILS 'ARI!irAl.S. Sydney via Goiilbnrn, Braid- j Daily, (Tnes w-ixhI, Moruyc, Kurobodalla, j. days cxeei)ted) - Cobargo anil lirogo. ' j at Zi p.m. ' ? Kamerufca, Cnndnlo. Mngilla ; J ... . ' Oilointiii ^,,,1 Monaro, vin V Tantawangb. j n'm- Kaniernta,, Candelo, and Col- ( Tlinr=dayp, ? om 1 10, . f ( 7.:p;ji.m. E'inn, Panbula, Towambn, I Tuesday and ? Mcrimbula, -and Wolumla, )(tl«'_i'iiTav, I p.m. Monaro, via W.vndham and! Tuesday, nt 4 f Panluiln, ~ . ' p.m. fc: Mon aw. via Colombo, afid'j Sunday, atiS.30 Ntimbugga; ; ' ? : ( ? p.m. TTunja (Nelsons'), ... : 1 Tuesday, 10.30 ? ! ] a m. The Mail by Stcarocr.rcacfos Bega vin Tallira on Wolnesday or Thursday. - * ,i-ki^aj£ti;iii;s. Sydney vh BrogoJ -ijubai't^), 1 Daily, (Tlinrs ', KnroWlalla, -Mornyn, Braid- $? days excepted, f wood,1 Jlhd Glotllburii, ' ) at 11 .:)(! a.m. Kameruka, Candelo, aud. Jfo- 1 Moiidayp, 9.30 e' '{filla ; and Uouara via Tau- V - a.m, tawanglo, . J KaniemliA and C...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

? + BEGA DISTRICT JOCKEY CLUB ' 'ANNUAL RACES, : THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 1st and 2nd January, 1880. , ' Judgu— C. T. Stiles, Esq., J.P. ? ? JlANDiCATrnns : Messrs. J. Farrabcr, W. liixon, W. J. Coman, ? Stewards Messrs. W. W, Wren, I Messrs. M. J. Peden, John Farrabcr, | J. W. JJInir, .W.J. Coman, ? I C.W.M'Lcod James Rixon. | Staktiib— Mr. Joshua Britten. Cr-i!RK oi' Couitsi; — Mr. ObiulcrAI'Grcgor. First Day-s-Thursday, Jan. 1, 1880. ' (first Kae.c to start, at 12.30) , . MAIDEN l'LATE, ot 40 Bova., with a sweep for ? Blat ters of 2 sovs.- ; sccoftd liortc to receive Hie sweep ; for mniden horses at lime ot nomina tion reaching Secretaiy; distauce, 1 } mile; weight for age ; nomination, I sov., now open; cntrnnce to close at 0 p.m. on tlie lllth No- ] vembcr, 1879 ; ' penalty ? fur winners— I oncc,61bs; twice, or more, 711)3 ; winners of two-ycur-bid medf arc eligible for (liis race. ' (Second racc to start at 2 p.m.) BEGA CD1\ of 150 povb.j with a Sweep for ' starters of 3 sovs. eac...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

Held Ovkr.— Leader, letters 'Nineteenth Century ' and ' Shipper,' Wolumla tips, and other reading matter. Cbicket.— On Saturday, J27tb instant, a match will bo played on the Bega ground be tween the Cobargo and the Bega eleven. Pinafohf.. — Wo desire to call attention to the advestisemcnt of the performance of the operatic rage of the day — H. 11. S. Pinaforo. Those wbo desire to eccurp seats should book their «flmw--Arlv irith Mr. Welbr. ' Road Superintrndknt. — We see by. the | ' . ; Mnna.ro Mercury that Mr. Arnheim will be ap ? t pointed superintendent at Bombala, on Mr. Bun . dock's removal to Braid wood. ; * Christmas Holidays. — The banks and the : 1 Government offices will close here from Wed nesday, S4tb instant, 'up to Monday, the 29th instant, for the Christmas holidays. Catholic.— We areiuforraed that the Arch Bishop has decided to divide the district, the Itevd- Father Heal^y retaining charge of the Bega portion, which will include Cobargo ; and that^nother Priest 'will ...

[FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAMS] LONDON, DEC. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

[from the Press Telegrams] . _ LONDON. Dec. 12. An unexpected fresh ontbreak of hostilities has occurred in Afghanistan. The fighting occurred near Soutlf Cabul. Several tribes combmcd, and under tbe leadership of Maho med Jans, attacked in a force of 10,000 men. The force under General Macphcrson received the attack, and were compelled to retreat un der cover of the forts. Four guns^ were lost in the precipitous retreat. The brigade even tually rallied, and in splendid style repelled the advancing Aighans. The guns; were re taken. The rout was complete. The Afghan loss was heavy. The British killed and' wounded numbered 50. Major-Q-eneral Rob erts has complimented General Macpherson and the force under him, for tbe gallant staud made against tlie enemy. ?fhejprrcsts made in connection with the recent attempt on the life of the Czar haye led to the diseovery of a diabolical .plot to assassinate him at all hazards.' In 'the pos session of one of the prisonere was found a plan of the ...

PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

PUBLIC SCHOOL. What wo trust will now be a yearly cere mony of great interest, the Christmas dis tribution of prizes, took plaoe at the P-ublic School on Thursday. The School Board I was represented by Messrs. Davis, who pre sided, Sliiels, and Zingel. Many of the parents of children attending tho school were present, including Messrs. Manby, Walker, Payten, Broad, Armstrong, Church, Muler, Pruss Brown, and visitors attracted by the cere mony including many ladies, tho Ravd. J. E. Caeruthers and others. Tho ceremony com menced by singing, Mr. Wilson marshalling the upper classes, and Mrs. Wilson the little ones. Tlie total number of children present was 132 of all ages. Tho various soflgs .were sung with groat precision and harmony, and if any could be singled out for special men tion it would bo ' Farewell Kitty,' by tho the upper classes, and ' Sing Birdie,' by tho little ones. Several recitations and readings were given with good effect by Masters A. Manby, Murphy, and Church. Th...

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, December 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

OUR TELEGRAMS. [From oue Telegraphic Correspondents .] SYDNEY, December 18. If tbe Aseembly last nigbt the Church and School Lands Bill was read a first time.s The Cattle Sale Yards Bill passed through committee. The further consideration of the Education Bill was postponed until 13th .Tfi.nnn.rrr. Mr. flnTion rmmmod fha /loTiefn An the financial statement and was followed by Messrs. Charles, Garrett, Eitzpatrick, Buchanan and Bay. On the motion of Mr. Copeland the discussion was. adjourned until to-day. The House at its rising to-night will adjourn until Tuesday, 13th January. ^e Upper House passed the second read: ing*f the Land Bill without a division. A Supply Bill for January passed through &U stages in J-otli Houses. ' i The East1 Sydney election oaused a great amount of interest and excitement. There were about 10,000 persons present at the declaration of the poll. The following were , the numbers polled : — Renwick, 4663 ; Tooth 2748 ; Dowie, 147 ; Dalveen, 28. The r...

MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

MORUYA. Not much startling to report. Last week we mustered somewhat strong at tbe formal laying of the foundation stone of tbe new court house. Procession, beaded fyy a veritable brass band belonging 'to Moruya, under tbe leadership of Mr. Booth, Public School teacher. The children belonging to the throe schools marched in procession, precceded by the band, the Bench of Magis trates, members of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows and Good Templars, the two latter Orders did not excced forty in number. However tbe lot marphed the sqqnre, the school children being sized and placed lour deep, arriving at tho site of the new court house a few minutes after twelve noon. Mrs. Keightley, wife of our popular P.M., performed the ceremony oi laying tbe stone aud was presented with an address suitably got up for the occasion.^ R. Anderson, Esq., J.P. of Bergiilia, headed the address, and W. H. Simpson Esq., J.P., read the docur ment that was afterwards bottled along with CUJJLUB U1 !44T VWU ...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

GENERAL MfS, It is reported that the Kelly s have got as far as California and settled down there as farmers. The report lacks confirmation, but it is more than probable that the desperadoes have long since quitted Victorian soil. / 4 A serious accident occurred Ijast week on board the lie wlv arrived steamer Australian . In hoisting a heavy weight out of the hold the handle ofctlie wench slipped striking tlie captain of the vessel on the head and frac turing his skull, and severly injuring a lad named Ross. Captain Zahl was taken to the '? ,F . Infirmary and died there. ' ,, Miss Kidman aged . fourteen | years? was drowned while bathing at Coogee 'Bay last week. Two little children witn&sed tbe accident and gave tho alarm. Wtibn assist ance), arrived tho body was being washed ifai and out by, tbe waves, and' when recovered- it was much bruised by contact with^he rocks, the bathing dress deceased was wearing being torn to tatters. The distracted parents were among tuose wno ...

CRICKET. JELLAT JELLAT V. BEGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

CRICKET. JELLAT JELLAT V. BEGA. Again fortune has favored the Jellat men. .On Saturday last they met the Bega eleven, shprt of Abbott and Freeman, and managed to score a win. In order to equalise the ab sence of the Jellat ' cracks,' one of the bow lers unintentionally administered a crack in the eye to Payten, and so placed him hors de combat. The Bega men went in first, and scored 54, of which, about one-third were byes, the ground being extra lumpy where the backstop to Hicbards stood, the ball making its way over Auckland-street occa sionally. The Jellats followed with 41, A. Richards making a fine score of 14. In the Bega second innings, Pitman playing for Payten, only a couple of dozen were scored, of which byes again took credit for a large share. The Jellat men had thirty-nine to get to win, a task they managed with six wickets to spare. Langan made a fine soore of 19, and J. Meakor was not out for 9, and looking dangerous. The following are the scores ; — Jellat Jellat. 1st...

OUR PARIS LETTER. AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 20 December 1879

OUR 'PARIS LEtHr. AGRICULTURE. July and .August are the months 'when the pliyloxera are in the height pf their depredations. -I may just remark that the insect continues its march of invasion. Snmo inf.or«cfr.iner hflvfi llist GOme to be made knqwn respecting the malady and here let it b,e observed that of the three systems qf prevention ' that have most succeeded to, check the vine bug none pre tend to extirpate it, but to reduce it to impotenae by fortifying the vines and en abling them to live with next to impunity side by side with the enemy. Autumnal submersion has np to the present proved the most efficacious plan of repression and that M. Fancpn has identified his name with. This gentleman, maintained that autumn irrigation destroyed all the insects. -rr_ ? ' ? o . t ? ? ? _j ? _ xxe now couiesseB ms error ; aamiw ue has found some cn the roots and stems of vines that-had been submerged, but their presence not their number, constituted the' importance of the fact. They were a...

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