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  2. VENICE IN MOSMAN BY.

    Mosman's annual Venetian carnival on Saturday night was one of the most successful yet held in this beautiful bay. The natural conditions were perfect, the night was starry, and ...

    Article : 302 words
  3. TRADES AND LABOUR.

    On Saturday the secretary of the New South Wales, branch of the Federated Liquor Trade Employees' Union, Mr. F. Owens, returned to Sydney, from a compulsory conference, ...

    Article : 206 words
  4. ON THE LAND.

    The importance of inoculation with vaccine as a protection against anthrax is a matter of great importance, especially in the infested districts in this State. It is a matter of ...

    Article : 461 words
  5. DEMONSTRATION PLOTS.

    On Thursday we drew attention to the fact that the British Columbian Government was establishing farmers' demonstration plots on the same lines as the ...

    Article : 150 words
  6. ICE CARTERS.

    Since the issue by ice carters (members of the Milk and Ice and Dairymen's Employees' Union), of what they called their "ultimatum" on the question of meal hours and holidays, ...

    Article : 512 words
  7. THE WHEAT CROP.

    The Government Statistician, Mr. J. B. Trivett, has issued a mid-harvest wheat estimate. The following table shows the area under wheat in the various divisions of the ...

    Article : 277 words
  8. SOUTH AFRICAN FARMER.

    Mr. E. W. Hunt, a member of the Transvaal Provincial Council, which is something akin to our State Parliament, and president of the Transvaal Agricultural Union, arrived in ...

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  9. THE LATE REV. A. B. DAVIS.

    "My sagacious predecessor ruled this community by serving it," said Rabbi Cohen, at the Great Synagogue, yesterday, at a service held in memory of the Rev. A. B. Davis. The ...

    Article : 315 words
  10. THE FRUIT INDUSTRY.

    It has been the fashion for the last 15 years or so for both the consumer and the orchardist to raise a seasonal outcry against the middleman, disapproving his methods, ...

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  11. PASTORALISTS' UNION.

    COONAMBLE.—At a large meeting of pastoralists it was decided to form a branch of the Pastoralists' Union in Coonamble. Mr. Thos. Jones, local member of the Pastoralists' ...

    Article : 150 words
  12. TICK SUPRESSION.

    While some of the stockowners in the [?]ogls section of the tick quarantine area [?]e revolting against the continuous dipping [?]gulations evidence accumulates to prove ...

    Article : 280 words
  13. BEES IF THE ORCHARD.

    Writes an American exchange:—"All agree that bees are a great help to tree orchardists in pollenising blossoms, and it is surprising that there are not more orchardists ...

    Article : 505 words
  14. BAKING TRADE.

    As a result of the compulsory conferennce under the Federal Arbitration Act between representatives of the Master Bakers' Association and representatives of the Federated ...

    Article : 61 words
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