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  2. The Successor to the Throne.

    THERE seems to be a good deal of misconception in the popular mind as to the line of succession to the throne of this Empire—perhaps because it is a subject with which for fifty years we have happily, ...

    Article : 1,277 words

    THE competitive essays on this subject have now been before the public, and their relative merits have been freely discussed by agriculturists and others not immediately connected with the industry. ...

    Article : 602 words
  4. Broken Hill Strike.

    A DENSELY packed meeting of citizens was held at Broken Hill, for the purpose of considering the present labour difficulty. Bishop Dunne moved the first resolution, as ...

    Article : 404 words
  5. Sir Henry Parkes on Woman Suffrage.

    AT a public meeting in connection with the Women's Christian Temperance Union, Sydney, Sir Henry Parkes occupied the chair, and moved "That this meeting is of opinion that the ...

    Article : 1,404 words
  6. Sporting Notes.

    ARTHUR SHREWSBURY ON CRICKET.—Shrewsbury has written an article on "Cricket and Cricketers," and he blames bowlers for affecting the off-theory and not bowling at the wicket. "In ...

    Article : 577 words
  7. The Grafton-Tweed Railway.

    Mr. EDITOR—With your permission, Sir, I would like to bring under the notice of the Sectional Committee of the Public Works Committee, the fact that by the construction of the Grafton-Casino ...

    Article : 606 words
  8. A Milking Machine.

    A FRIEND has asked us to reprint, as likely to interest the farmers and dairymen, the following description from a Sydney weekly journal of a milking machine now used on the Badalla Estate. ...

    Article : 1,769 words
  9. Dancing.

    THE very idea of the "light fanastic toe" awakens delicious thoughts within the breasts of all, with the singular exception of rheumatic philosophers. Nothing is so pleasing to the eye as graceful ...

    Article : 1,255 words
  10. Glenreagh Cricket Club.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 156 words
  11. The Grafton-Tweed Railway.

    MR. EDITOR.—The matter of railway communication for the Clarence is again being brought prominently forward, and I sincerely hope the investigations proposed will end in some tangible result. ...

    Article : 829 words
  12. Ensilage Stack.

    WE have been shown by Mr. E. de P. O'Kelly, Inspector of Agriculture for this district, a model for binding down an ensilage stack. It is well worthy the attention of our farmers, as being both ...

    Article : 311 words
  13. Grafton Licensing Court.

    ON Tuesday, before the P.M. and Mr. E. M. Ryan, J.P. A conditional publican's license was granted John Perrett, for a house at Tyringham, Armidale ...

    Article : 737 words
  14. Seeds and Cuttings for Distribution.

    IN view of the very general success reported from nearly all parts of the the Colony, on the growth of seeds, etc., which were issued last year from the Department, the Minister has decided to increase ...

    Article : 207 words
  15. Potato Growing.

    THE season for potato planting has again come round. The unremunerative returns for the crop of last summer will probably make some dubious of laying down plots this season. We think it ...

    Article : 207 words



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