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  2. Our New Zealand Letter.

    With the exception of Seahorse, no candidate of consequence dropped out of the New Zealand Cup when the acceptances closed last week. Fourteen moderate animals retired leaving the following still ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,740 words
  3. Manly to Pittwater Cycle Path.

    The views we publish afford an idea of the beautiful district which is opened up for cyclists by the construction of the Manly to Pittwater Cycle Path. The Public Cycle Paths Committee deserve the ...

    Article : 216 words
  4. The Minister for Works on Cycle Paths.

    The Hon. B. W. O'Sullivan has been electe[?] president of the League of Wheelmen. The Minister for Works has taken active interest in the movement in favour of the construction of cycle paths, and in ...

    Article : 656 words

    The Dorrigo, launched at Carrumbene Creek, Jervis Bay, on the 3lst ultimo, by Mr. J. Hardmm, for Mr. G. W. Niall, for the Northern Rivers trade, is 137ft. in length, 24ft. beam, by ll½ft. depth. It has a raised quarter-deck 80ft. long by 2ft. high, and a forecastle 2ft. high by 20ft. long. The vessel Will carry about 300 tons in addition to her machinery, which will weigh about 100 tons. She is to be provided with acco[?]ition and six steerage passengers, and lier speed will and age about 10 knot[?]. The launching was witnessed by about 100 Persons on a beautifully fine morning, and Dr. Stoney, of Nowrs, took a susp[?] of the new craft as shu took the water. This is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 27 words
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    1. A glimpse of coast scenery from Newport-road. 2. Bay View from Newport Wharf. 3. Bush scene near Newport. 4. View near Terminus at Pittwater. 5. Broken Bay. VIEWS NEAR TERMINUS OF MANLY-PITTWATER CYCLE PATHS On each side of the road from Manly to Pittwater a cycle track about 3ft. wide has recently been constructed. This affords cyclists a splendid run of over 20 miles. At the Pittwater end there are two roads, each about 3½ miles in length. One is to Newport, the other to Bay View. The scenery from these roads is remarkably beautiful, as may be seen from our illustrations on the opposite page. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 35 words



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