The marsupial and its congeners, though never on strike, show a wonderful unanimity of organisation for fecundation, and require incessant watching to prevent ...Article : 1,239 words
In order to thoroughly earn his bread and butter the farmer should either be able to make cheese himself or should have a wife who can do so. With the advent of the ...Article : 423 words
The picture which is published in this issue will give our country readers a very good idea of what the scene at the departure of Messrs. Howard Smith and Sons' steamer Burwah was ...Article : 84 words
STILL the strike goes on. There are hopeful indications of an early settlement, but at present there can be no certainty. In an industrial war of such magnitude it ...Article : 610 words
Our illustrations this week include a reproduction from the Breeders' Gazette of Collard, a Percheron stallion. This breed is of French origin, and of late years has become very ...Article : 91 words
Next to the modern Oxford Down, the Hamp shire Down sheep is the handsomest sheep in England, possessing as it does the fulness and symmetry of the South Down with the size of ...Article : 109 words
The triumph of dentistry recently recorded in the case of the Brisbane gentleman, into whose jaw a front tooth, just previously extracted from the jaw of a lady, has been inserted ...Article : 1,770 words
Mr. James Robertson, whose untimely death was recorded in a recent telegram, was the youngest son of Mr. William Robertson, of Colac. He was born at Hobart on the 7th ...Article : 377 words
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