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    THE Rural Neto Yorker says it is a great pity that many farmers regard the so-called chemical fertilizers as something they cannot understand; ...

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  3. Cycling in Paris.

    THREE years ago it was a curiosity to see a Frenchwoman on a bicycle in the streets of Paris. Now wheel-women are so numerous that no one ...

    Article : 442 words
  4. The Industrial Conditions of Italy.

    Miss SPENCE, who has been travelling the Swiss Republic and Italy, thus refers to the industrial conditions of the latter: But to become a ...

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    ON Tuesday, before the P.M. and Mr. L. Jacobs, J.P. ...

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  6. Departure of Archdeacon Greenway.

    ON Tuesday afternoon the Parochial Council met the Ven. Archdeacon Greenway in the vestry of the Cathedral, and presented him with the following address— ...

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  7. Hawkesbury Agricultural College.

    ON the 18th instant examinations of candidates for admission to this institution will take place. To save country candidates the expense and ...

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    ON Wednesday an inquiry was held before the, P.M. and, the following jury, touching the origin of the fire that caused the destruction of the Turf hotel, Pound-street:—L. ...

    Article : 540 words
  9. Anecdotes of Judges.

    GRIM humour has often played a conspicuous part in criminal trials, and of the notorious Irish handing judge, Lord Norbury, some curious ...

    Article : 468 words
  10. Japanese on the Sugar Plantations.

    FROM statistics given of the sugar industry in Hawaii, it would appear that the Japanese are fast supplanting other labour on the sugar ...

    Article : 252 words
  11. The Secret of Long Life.

    M. Barthelemy Saint-Hilaire, the famous French scholar and politician, who recently entered on his ninetieth year full of physical and ...

    Article : 374 words
  12. Judging Potatoes.

    N. HALLOCK, N.Y., asks how, are we to judge potatoes at a show? The very largest the crop affords is almost invariably brought to the ...

    Article : 267 words
  13. Clarence P. and A. Society.

    A MEETING of the Executive was held on Tuesday. Present—Messrs. G. Crispin (President), M'Pherson, Bawden, Hadfield, C. Page, VoIckers, A. Eggins and T. Page ...

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    THE PUNT SERVICE AT GRAFTON.—The time has arrived when the steam punt at Grafton should be in readiness to ply at any hour during the night. The matter was ...

    Article : 288 words
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    CENTRAL CREAMERIES.—The question of central creameries is attracting attention in the South Coast districts. Ata well-attended meeting of dairy farmers at Berry, it was ...

    Article : 245 words
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    OCEAN RECORDS BROKER.—The Lucania reached Queenstown on 14th September, making the passage from New York in 5 days 8 hours and 33 minutes. The Lu can in 5 ...

    Article : 214 words
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    TRANSPORT OF PRODUCE TO LONDON. — The existing agreement between the Victorian Government and the mail companies for the ...

    Article : 79 words



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