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  2. The Ekman, Fry, and Espeut Sugar Patent.

    THE following full particulars of the above invention—mentioned some time since by Mr. T. Finney in a letter from London, published in our columns—are contained in the ...

    Article : 1,348 words
  3. The Prohibition of the Importation of American Pork into Germany.

    MONS. A. A. GIRAUD has favoured us with the following translation of an article which appeared in the Revus Scientifique:— The Government veterinary surgeon of ...

    Article : 300 words
  4. Japanese Gardens.

    IN July everybody in Tokio crosses the river to Hori-Kiri to see the irises that bloom there. In the grounds of the principal temples around the city, and in each of the public gardens. ...

    Article : 1,463 words

    SIR,—A most successful attempt has again been made to introduce to the colony the farfamed and beautiful "Ligurian" honey bee. From the apiaries of Northern Italy are being ...

    Article : 596 words
  6. The New Process Roller Flour.

    WE are indebted to Mr. William Farrer, of Nevertire, N.S.W., for the following extract from an article which appeared in the Pacific Rural Press of 23rd June last. In the letter ...

    Article : 769 words
  7. The Bouyeo Flock.

    SIR,—The quotation from an article which appeared in your columns describing the Canning Downs flock, and which Mr. J. D. Macansh fails to see, was as follows:—" The ...

    Article : 365 words

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