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  2. OUR STOCK SUPPLY.

    There is a prospect of unusual activity in the cattle market of N. S. Wales, and probably of all the colonies. Drought has thinned the herds in the interior, and prices ...

    Article : 385 words
  3. FORTUNE COMES TO A FRENCH PEASANT.

    People who are fond of investing the surplus half-sovereigns in "Tattersalls" will appreciate the following storr of the last great lottery held in connection with the Paris ...

    Article : 443 words
  4. AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL.

    The sugar industry is again imperilled, and those most directly interested in its welfare are becoming concerned as to its fate. It is pronounced to be in jeopardy if the ...

    Article : 1,536 words
  5. THE CLARENCE P. AND A. SOCIETY'S SHOW.

    Quite a number of important additions to the schedule of prizes, for the exhibition of next month, have been made since the catalogue was published. The £40 granted ...

    Article : 422 words
  6. THE UTILISATION OF CORN STALKS.

    It has probably never occurred to the farmer who has been throwing corn stalks away as waste for ages that these would ever be put to profitable use. Nevertheless, such is the ...

    Article : 486 words
  7. LONG AGO.

    Would I could gather some golden threads From the days of long ago. And conjuro now. or form somehow, That dear old fnco, that mothor's brow. ...

    Article : 636 words
  8. NATIONAL LIBERAL ORGANISATION.

    At a general meeting of the members of the National Liberal Organisation held in Melbourne, Mr, Deakin, Federal Attorney-Genera), presided, and 70 branches were ...

    Article : 289 words
  9. Origin of the Anglo-Boer war.

    More than ordinary interest is attached to this work, an, although written by a Transvaal burgher, it strongly upholds British policy. Mr. Thomas, who is a Swiss by birth, has spent forty years of ...

    Article : 1,008 words
  10. "WE ABE SEVEN."

    The New York Herald publishes the following despatch from Chicago: A matrimonial tangle which might well furnish material for a new furce comedy is worrying the ...

    Article : 474 words
  11. THE PIG INDUSTRY IN DENMARK.

    The London Tivies recently Rave a series of articles, entitled "Fifty Years of Danish Agriculture." In these articles the Times tells the story of the growth of the pig ...

    Article : 426 words
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  13. ADVICE TO SUGAR GROWERS.

    On the subject of rotation crops, the Sugar Journal says:—Dr. Maxwell has already met and conversed with many farmers, and it is noteworthy that he has again, and ...

    Article : 554 words
  14. CANE GROWING ON THE ISIS.

    A correspondent writes:—The cane in these localities is giving promise of a fair crop, but the stand-over cane even in the most favoured spots is not looking well. The ...

    Article : 547 words
  15. BEER POISONING.

    A correspondent writes from London — The Manchester beer-poisouing cases continue to attract public attention, not only because a Royal Commission of inquiry has ...

    Article : 320 words
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