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  2. AT FAULT.

    Herbert Morant was duly paraded at Dyke next day and cordially received by both ladies. "No, Phillip," said Mrs Fossdyke, in an ...

    Article : 3,909 words
  3. DELORAINE.

    Roster.—The chairman (Mr W. Abey), Messrs. J. Best. M.H.A. D. Gannon, C. J. L. Smith, H.J.L'. Edgecombe, W. Cunningham nod the hon, secretary (Mr R. W McGowao.) ...

    Article : 315 words
  4. COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE.

    Roster.—The Chairman (Mr N. Turner), Messrs. F. Proctor, D. McLennan, W. Orr, T. Newman, J. Phillips, J. Saizberger, W. Gradfield, E.Powen J. Miller, send., H. ...

    Article : 568 words
  5. CHUDLEIGH.

    Roster.—The chairman (Mr Alex. Oliver), Messrs. J. T. Ritchie, W. Wilson, A. E.Cook, T. H. Galloway, J. Fraser, D. Little, jun.,and the hon. secretary (Mr C. Byard). ...

    Article : 683 words
  6. WORK TABLE.

    CROCHET WORK BAG. — Materials required :-9[?]oz of coarse macrame twine, and a crochet needle No. 11 Walker's Bell Gauge. Make a chain of 70 stitches, work a ...

    Article : 489 words
  7. LADIES' COLUMN.

    MURIEL.—Sometimes the costume is of pink and green, blue and terra-cotta, crimson and pink, or any two shades that form a pretty contrast. 2. "Magpie" is a quaint ...

    Article : 157 words
  8. ROLLING WHEAT AND PASTURE LANDS.

    There are many wheat and pasture lands that appear to me(writes "Thistledown")to need rolling only to make them very much more productive than they are. If draining ...

    Article : 397 words
  9. CHUDLEIGH.

    Roster.—Messrs. J. T. Ritchie (vice chairman). W.Wilson. H. Rockliff, R. Simons. D. Flowers, R. C. Bott, A. E. Cook, W. Marchaut, T. D.Roberts and the hon. ...

    Article : 305 words
  10. ODDS AND ENDS OF FASHIONS.

    Skirts continue to be cut with full pleats at the back, most of them lined with muslin from waist to hem in order to give the stiff organ-pleat-like effect which seems to have ...

    Article : 1,471 words
  11. THE GARDEN.

    FRUIT GARDEN.—In planting out fruit trees in gardens of small area it is important that in making the selection of varieties those sorta which extend the supply over the ...

    Article : 765 words
  12. THE FARM.

    Ploughing and sowing has been continued during the week, the weather having been most favorable for both pursuits. After some of the farmers have paid closer ...

    Article : 2,831 words
  13. NEW SOUTH WALES AGRICULTURAL RETURNS.

    The figures compiled from the returns furnished to the Government Statistician of New South Wales abow that the total area under cultivation for the year ended March ...

    Article : 641 words
  14. GREEN PONDS.

    Roster.—The chairman (Mr. A. Gorringe), Messrs. P.Corney, W.Weeding, E. O.Bisdee,H. Old[?]nendow. W.J.Maggs, J. Forsyth, H.S. Hewitt, J. Lunsien, and the ...

    Article : 170 words
  15. CAMERON AND OAKWOOD.

    Roster.—Mr J. B. Woolnough, M.H.A. (in the chair), T. Ballanie, A. J. Blackwood, James McArthur, D. O'Neil, A. McGinnes, and the hon. secretary (Mr James A. Spotswool. ...

    Article : 210 words
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