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  2. THE GARDEN

    ZONAL PELARGONIUMS (in answer to "Btewarrina"): (1) Yes, they are now usually referred to under this name, and there are many excellent modern varieties deserving cultivation in this section. (2) Six doubles. ...

    Article : 397 words
  3. NATURE STUDY NOTES

    There are more than trees and flowers to be seen in the Sydney Botanic Gardens. In Mr. Maiden's last director's report,' a census of the mammals, birds, reptiles, fishes, and shells ...

    Article : 603 words
  4. THE DOG WORLD

    FOX TERRIERS.—The Fox Terrier Club of New South Wales will hold parade of "C" and "B" grade dogs next Saturday, at 3 p.m. in 'Mcquarie-place, opposite the Customs House Hotel. Mr. William Comley ...

    Article : 491 words
  5. MISCELLANEOUS

    HARRY THAW (to "F.D.." Paddington): Harry Thaw shot Stanton White on June 25, 1906 DAMAGES "(to "Ti'Kai"): Shopkeepers do not receive any compensation from the Government for the damage ...

    Article : 3,124 words
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  7. PREVALENCE OF THE DINGO.

    Those who have been under the impression that dingoes arc nearly extinct in the settled districts of Australia will be surprised to learn, no doubt, that last year nearly every pastures ...

    Article : 726 words
  8. SALADINGS.

    are indispensable in Sumer, and as most of the plants grown with this object are tender and fragile; a little extra care is needed in growing each to perfection. Where such things as mustard, eress, etc, are in frequent ...

    Article : 1,651 words
  9. POULTRY

    "The young stock' of last season's hatching will for the moot part now require at much room as the adults, and units this is Riven troubles are likely to arise The crowding of too many pullets together in ...

    Article : 686 words
  10. RELIEF MAP OF N.S.W.

    There is now on exhibition at Chaillis House, Martin-place, a copy of the Relief Map of New South Wales, prepared at the Department of Lands, Sydney, for the Panama Exposition. ...

    Article : 513 words
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  12. SLAVES OF THE COOK.

    The Leipzig paper, the "Neuste Nachrichten," is one of those "unpatriotic" journals which decline to Hide the German sore, but with native ingenuity it contrives to fay part ...

    Article : 212 words
  13. MILITARY

    FORTRESS ENGINEERS (to "A.E.,"): Communicate with the Commanding Officer, Fortress Engineers. SOLDIER'S WIFE (to "N.S.W."): A soldiers' wife can take up any business or domestic work and still ...

    Article : 975 words
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  15. THE BOOK OF HUMAN ECONOMY.

    "Russkin was responsible for the worst book on political economy ever written, but the best book on human economy ever written-Unto This Last.'" says Prof. Urwick. "He wrote the ...

    Article : 126 words
  16. SPORTING

    DAVE SMITH (to "J.E.E.," Campaie "an horn in New Zealand of Irish-Scotch parents. CARRINUTON STAKES SWEEP (to "R.N.," Miriam Vale, Q.[?]" Write to Tattersall's, Hobart. ...

    Article : 229 words
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