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  2. The Wholesale Fruit Business.

    It is a fact not very generally known, that one or two of the fruit export and import firms of Sydney do a business of between £70,000 and £80,000 annually On account of its situation, and also from the ...

    Article : 397 words
  3. The Principal Tanning and Leather Manufacturing Firm in Australia.

    It occasionally becomes necessary from a variety of causes for the Press to awaken the general public to the real sources of their principal supplies, no matter in what line of trade, and this work when it ...

    Article : 1,635 words
  4. Mexico's Woman Bandit.

    La Caramboda, the woman brigand, long a terror to travellers in Mexico, is dead at last, with a bullet in her heart. Her operations extended over a number of ...

    Article : 343 words
  5. A Chance for Country Investors.

    A good deal of inquiry continues to be made by country investors as to metropolitan lands, and it is satisfactory to note that, where ordinary precaution has been exercised, there is hardly one exception in ...

    Article : 505 words

    The young woman of Manchester have resolved to geirlcott any young man that smokes or goes out of the theatre between the acts." "Well, my young gentleman, and how ...

    Article : 473 words
  7. Cheap Gas for every Country Town.

    There is no doubting the fact that science has completely mastered the work of producing gas without the use of coals. And it produces gas brighter, cleaner, and for inland towns, cheaper and ...

    Article : 551 words
  8. Reliable Sporting Guide.

    The Australian sporting public owe a good deal to Mr. J. J. Miller, the well-known sportsman of Melbourne for the compilation and issue of a Complete and thorough reliable Sporting Guide, which is of ...

    Article : 305 words
  9. A Forewarning—Maternal Instinct.

    Here is a singular instance of the working of that subtle, fine sixth sense which is apt to affect women more than, men, and which is so mysterious in character that we often incline to deny its existence ...

    Article : 334 words
  10. Sporting Facts.—Another Line.

    The results of the late meeting at Rancwick have doubtless left a lot of country as well as city sportsmen a little lamenting. These results will do good if they awaken people to the fact that the ...

    Article : 441 words
  11. Strange Celebration.

    The citizens of Hameln, or Hamelin, in Brunswick, Germany, on June 18, celebrated with much pomp and parade the 600th anniversary of the charming of the children of Hamedin by the "Pick ...

    Article : 246 words
  12. A Disinfectant for every House.

    The existence of small-pox in Sydney and Melbourne, and of cholera in Europe (thirty-five days' sail from Australia) must awaken people in these) colonies to the necessity of extra caution in the ...

    Article : 358 words
  13. Paints, &c.—Wholesale and Retail.

    A little inquiry by the country trade as to the best source of supplies of all kinds of paints, paperhangings, &c., will prove a substantial saving of good solid money. The New Regent House, which ...

    Article : 504 words
  14. Beer Drinking and Heart Disease.

    The habitual consumption of beer in excessive quantities tends to hypertrophy by the direct action of alcohol upon the heart, by the enormous amount of fluid introduced into the body, and by ...

    Article : 336 words
  15. The Way of the World.

    A youth would marry a maiden, For fair and food was she; But she was rich, and he was poor, And so it might not be. ...

    Article : 142 words
  16. A Thoroughly Useful Publication.

    Here is a simple fact. The man is best educated who makes his home happy. This is the sum and substance of all the learning, all the struggling of humanity. Happinness in the home means ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 507 words
  17. Sweet Minded Women.

    So great is the influence of a sweet minded woman on those around her that it is almost boundless. It is to her that friends come in season of sorrow for help and comfort. One soothing touch of her ...

    Article : 466 words
  18. The Sword of Waterloo.

    The Corsican is free! No wall of stone or sea Can hold as yet the Mars of France, Or dim that proud old eagle glance, ...

    Article : 377 words
  19. A Song Without Words.

    "Play is a tane," cried the children, "Something merry and sweet, Like the birds when they sing in the summer, Or the nodding tips o' the wheat, ...

    Article : 187 words
  20. Lounging and Health.

    A writer on health very justly condemns lounging, in which a large number of persons indulge, as injurious to health. He says: "An erect bodily attitude is of vastly more important to health ...

    Article : 214 words
  21. Some Popular Falacies.

    It is a mistake to think that the more a man eats, the fatter and stronger he will become. To believe that the more hours children study the faster they will learn. To conclude that if exercise is good, the ...

    Article : 171 words



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