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  2. THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

    Yesterday morning, his Honor Sir Alfred Stephen, with Mr. P. A. Jennings (Executive Commissioner), Mr. S. A. Joseph, a member of the Exhibition Commission; Mr. Reginald Bloxsomo, private secretary to his Excellency the ...

    Article : 774 words
  3. ADDITIONAL CAPE NEWS BY THE GARONNE.

    At the time we went to press yesterday morning our telegraphic message, through Reuter's agency, of European and Cape news brought by the Orient steamer Garonne, was ...

    Article : 718 words
  4. THE ABATTOIR DISCLOSURES.

    The manner in which the pigs are kept and fed is not a subject that is very inviting; but it is of importance that pork consumers should know what they eat. Constable Carroll was questioned by the Board ...

    Article : 4,728 words
  5. COUNCIL v. ASSEMBLY.

    Having regard to the fact that the bill itself has been finally disposed of for the present session of Parliament, it is hardly necessary to go into any lengthy discussion on the subject, but as the matter is one of considerable interest to ...

    Article : 1,676 words
  6. Advertising

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    Advertising : 2,295 words
  7. COMMERCIAL.

    Our [?]arkets generally have been pretty well attended, [?]and prices for the main staples of export, wool and [?]hides, been fairly firm. Wool, however, would prob[?]bly have been still dearer had it not been ...

    Article : 214 words
  8. EXHIBITION CA[?]TALOGUES.

    Sir,—I take the liberty of suggest [?]ng to the international Exhibition Commission, through [?] medium of your columns, what I consider would be a [?] improvement on the style of catalogue we have hereto[?] had at our ...

    Article : 707 words
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