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  2. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. SHALL THE PEOPLE GIVE IT TO THE NATION?

    Sir,—"A great nation adorns its capital," said a master of statecraft, and the philosophy of the remark is on the surface. There have been great capital cities which were the seats of the Government ...

    Article : 2,274 words
  3. POULTRY AND KENNEL NOTES. SHOWS.

    There is no doubt that one of the main points of successful poultry-keeping and exhibiting is moderation, for judicious showing pays best in the end. How often do we see birds that perhaps have been ...

    Article : 921 words
  4. THE QUARTERLIES.

    The "Quarterly" has a paper on the Austrian. Empire, the condition of which, says the writer, engages the anxious attention of statesmen to a greater extent than perhaps any other political ...

    Article : 1,066 words
  5. LITERARY GOSSIP.

    According to the "Financial Nows," a company has been formed with a capital of a million sterling to acquire the publications of Sir William Ingram, including the "Illustrated London ...

    Article : 1,634 words
  6. OUR VIENNA LETTER.

    The political crisis is continuing in Austria and in Hungary. There is obstruction in the respetive Parlia[?] which keeps both State out of [?]h. They have entered on an extra-legal ...

    Article : 2,843 words
  7. TO THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD.

    Sir,—rederal ideas have been far some days past of so pronounced a type that any observation taken upon the futire site of the capital is the incident of much jealous controversy. ...

    Article : 468 words
  8. A WAR CORRESPONDENT SHOT.

    Mr. T. C. Cowen, one of the best known journalists in the For East, was shot in the neck at Manila on November 26 under circumstances not yet poted, and is now (say the "Westminester ...

    Article : 389 words
  9. VIEWS OF CORRESPONDENTS.

    We have received a large number of letters from correspondents making suggestions in regard to the location of the proposed federal capital. It has been round impossible to publish all the ...

    Article : 1,976 words
  10. HYDATIDS.

    Those who keep dogs should always be careful that they do not associate too closely with children, for this disease seems on the increase in the colonies. Authorities tell us it is caused by the entrance ...

    Article : 335 words
  11. THE ROCK TO GREEN'S GUNYAH RAILWAY.

    Sir,—I notice that two deputations waited on the Honthe Minister for Works last week, one from the Lockhart end, consisting of 14 gentlemen, who signifled their willingness to atcept construction of this line and pay taxatien. ...

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  12. NOTES.

    Hens that have taken to the nest and are sitting should be put into an out-building to feed, so as they can be easily caught and put back to the nest. This is necessary when saveral are sitting close to one ...

    Article : 566 words
  13. THE SIRDAR AND THE "COPY" BOY.

    The Sirdar was the subject of a capital story in the "Western Mail" the other day. The here of the yarn acted as "copy" boy to some of the pressmen at the Park Hall, Cardiff, when Lord ...

    Article : 293 words
  14. WHY FASHODA DID NOT LEAD TO WAR.

    In his deeply-interesting review of the year the Paris correspondent of the "Times" writes:— Nicholas II., it will be remembered, in his remarkable conversation with Mr. Stead, exclaimed, "An ...

    Article : 469 words
  15. CITY CABLE TRAM FARES.

    Sir,—The agitation for an adjustment of these fares shows that the public need in this direction is not satisfied, nor will it be by the hint that the Commissioners will see to it when the lines are converted ...

    Article : 288 words
  16. THE AMBER OP AFGHANISTAN.

    Mr. Clements, the Ameer's veterinary surgeon, who passed through Lundi Kotal recently on his way to India (says the "Times of India") gives a very gloomy account of things in Cabul. He says that ...

    Article : 213 words
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