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  2. MUNN'S AUSTRALIAN MAIZENA.

    MUNN'S works for the conversion of maize into the substance known as mnizena, are situated at Merimbula, one of the inlets from Twofold Bay, which forms a beautiful salt water lake, opening to the bay by an easily navigable ...

    Article : 1,148 words
  3. THE NORTHERN AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION.

    THE farmers in the Singleton district have found, in [?] sequence of the extension of the railway, that it is now possible to maintain a separate association to promote improvement in all matters agricultural. They have made a ...

    Article : 1,073 words
  4. FIJI.

    UPON the arrival of Commodore Lambert at Ovalau, the doings of the delegates of the intended company were laid before him, with the protest likewise of H. M. Acting Consul. He most emphatically decided against the legality ...

    Article : 519 words
  5. RELIGIOUS MEMORANDA.

    The foundation-stone of St. Stephen's Church, Kurrajong, was laid by the Bishop of Sydney, on the 26th ultimo. The Rev. C. J. Byng has resigned the incumbency of ...

    Article : 1,100 words
  6. SUGAR MANUFACTURE.

    THE success of sugar culture in the Northern coast districts of the colony is already producing benefits which are shared in by most of the industrial classes of the community. The pursuit in question not only affords a ...

    Article : 832 words
  7. "Wellington, New Zealand,

    "My dear Mr. Clarke,—This is to give you notice to look out for earthquake phenomena in New South Wales. "Hector, some six weeks ago, told us to look out here, as the earthquakes were travelling westwards. ...

    Article : 137 words
  8. EARTHQUAKE AND TIDAL DISTURBANCES AT WELLINGTON AND NELSON.

    On Saturday, August 15th, a most unusual phenomenon took place in this harbour, and also in other parts of the colony, as we learn by telegraphic despatches which we have received; we refer to the irregular tide which took ...

    Article : 1,143 words
  9. VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE.

    THERE is an unusual stir among Volunteers at present, and there is every probability of a large increase in the number of the force. At Kiama a corps has been enrolled, and the services of the men accepted by the Government ...

    Article : 508 words
  10. REMARKABLE TIDAL DISTURBANCES.

    A REMARKABLE phenomenon was witnessed in Sydney Harbour on the 15th August. It was high water about 5 o'clock on that morning, and the tide was ebbing with considerable velocity about 8 a.m., when it suddenly turned, and ...

    Article : 1,626 words
  11. THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY OF NEW SOUTH WALES.

    UNDER the above head a series of articles have appeared in our columns, and we now propose to give a synopsis of those articles for our English readers. The furnace of the Fitzroy Iron Mines has been idle for ...

    Article : 2,842 words
  12. RANDWICK SPRING RACE MEETING.

    THE weather on the Derby Day, the 5th instant, was beautifully fine, and the attendance large. Everything passed off successfully. The Derby was won by a rank outsider. The following are the results:— ...

    Article : 2,699 words
  13. THE OUTBREAK IN NEW ZEALAND.

    On Saturday, August 8th, an engagement took place between Colonel Whitmore's force and the Chatham Island Maories. It appears that Whitmore's force were pressing forward ...

    Article : 681 words
  14. THE SOLAR ECLIPSE.

    The solar eclipse of Tuesday, 18th August, although possessed of unusual interest to all who were within the limits of the total phase, proved a source of considerable disappointment to a large number of ...

    Article : 333 words
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