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  2. THE COST OF HAND FEEDING.

    To demonstrate the expense of hand feeding stock, a correspondent writes from Quirindi: Since the beginning of March the Quirindi district has received 1715 ...

    Article : 247 words
  3. Man Torn to Pieces.

    A terrible accident happened at Messrs. R. Harpor and Co.'s mills at Port Melbourne, when a man named Charles Thwaites, residing, at 115 Graham-street, ...

    Article : 333 words
  4. Agricultural.

    As we conjectured, the time has been extended for planters to send in notice of intention to claim rebate on cane, It may now be done any time during next ...

    Article : 145 words
  5. The Amy Castles Farewell.

    An immense audience (some 4000 persons in all) assembled at the Town Hall on Saturday night to hear the last performance of Australia's latest song princess. ...

    Article : 405 words
  6. News Summary.

    Pneumonia is prevalent in the Parramatta district. Mr. J. B. Gibson has been appointed C.P.S. at Penrith. ...

    Article : 1,227 words
  7. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,070 words
  8. THE VALUE OF ENSILAGE.

    Mr. J. L. Dow, of Victoria, in describing the value of ensilage, states: Where the nature of the soil is such that water will not soak into a pit, the following cheap ...

    Article : 258 words
  9. POULTRY TICK.

    Two of the States have shut their ports on N.S. Wales poultry, on the ground that it is tick infested. Australia is surely a land of insect pests. The producer of ...

    Article : 317 words
  10. Mr. Carnegie's Philosophy.

    The following expression of opinion from Mr. Andrew Carnegie lets a strong sidelight in on that great man's character:— "An opportunity to retire from business ...

    Article : 244 words
  11. CANE STRIPPING.

    Since the Indians have been by legislation prevented from entering the cane fields, their numbers have sensibly decreased in this district. A few have entered other ...

    Article : 238 words
  12. Farmers' Co-operative Company.

    At the annual meeting of the company the report and balance-sheet for the year ended June 30 last were presented. The report stated that the volume of trade ...

    Article : 540 words
  13. CORKING UP EGGS.

    Ostrich-eggs are only a twelfth the cost of hen-eggs, that is, so far as South Africa is concerned. Hen-eggs cost three shillings a dozen, but ostrich-eggs, each of which ...

    Article : 162 words
  14. The Poor Premiers.

    Concerning the ubiquitous colonial Premiers and their daily "four-deep," social engagements, "Dagonet" discoursed in characteristic fashion in the "Referee." Our ...

    Article : 258 words
  15. MAIZE FODDER.

    Referring to the question of fodder, Mr. T. K. Dow writes: The maizo crop comes first. It is fit to cut just as the grass begins to dry, and it keeps green and ...

    Article : 332 words
  16. THE BLOCK HOLDERS ACT.

    The rush which was expected to take place for the 500 blocks of land at Lilyville, designed as a "model working man's suburb of Sydney," has not yet commenced. ...

    Article : 166 words
  17. White Cliffs Troubles.

    At a meeting at White Cliffs on Sunday last, convened by the Progress Committee, one of the speakers. Mr. Frank Hartley, proposed that a strong deputation be sent ...

    Article : 224 words
  18. A CORK-HANDED BURGLAR.

    Another attempt was made on Sunday morning to rob the Mor[?] railway station. No one is on the station premises at night time. The constable, on going there about ...

    Article : 239 words
  19. FEEDING YOUNG PIGS.

    There is no food better for pigs than maize, for its tendency is to develop fat. But in the earlier stages of the animal's life there is nothing better than skim milk ...

    Article : 196 words
  20. Mr. Cell Among the Kanakas.

    At a meeting, Mr. W. E. Geil, the American evangelist, spoke of the Kanakas and the missions in Queensland. He explained that the reason he had gone to ...

    Article : 382 words
  21. Shearers' Wages.

    A dispute has arisen between the shearers and wool-growers as to the rates for shearing, and the battle has been severely fought. The shear operators ask 25s, ...

    Article : 237 words
  22. THE CAUSE OF CHRISTIANITY.

    Speaking at an Orange celebration at Paddington, Sydney, the Rev. D. J. Knox (Church of England) spoke of the need which existed for united efforts to further ...

    Article : 224 words
  23. FRESH FOOD AND ICE CO.

    The report of the N.S.W. Fresh Food and Ice Company for the half-year ended June 28 shows profit, after providing for bad and doubtful debts, amounting to £5339; ...

    Article : 173 words
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