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    A voice exercised only in cantabile singing is bound to grow larger, and in such development will grow stiff and unwieldy, and need constant replacing.Sing your ...

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    IN the Assembly last week, Dr. Graham asked the Minister of Public Instruction: 1.Is it a fact that a notice has been issued to the pupil teachers in the public schools to ...

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    Philadelphia Scrapple—Take one hog's head and set of feet. Thoroughly scald and thoroughly scrub. Put them into a large kettle. Cover with cold water and cook slowly for ...

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    IN the Assembly last week, the Minister for Lands made an important explanation on a bill he intended to introduce under the following motion: ...

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    CANON TUCKER, an eminent Victorian divine, has taken much interest in the question of village settlement and the placing of people upon the land. His efforts ...

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    TAGOSASTE, OR TREE LUCERNE.—Herbert Rumsey, Barber's Creek, writes:—Among the many wonderful fodder plants that have been introduced during the last few years, ...

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  8. A New Zealand Farmer in England.

    A CORRESPONDENT writes: A few days ago it was my good fortune to make the acquaintance of an old colonial farmer. His brogue at once bespoke him a native of the "Land ...

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    FULL details are to hand regarding the burning at sea of the American barque Carrie E. Long. The survivors, six in numher, have been landed at New York by the ...

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  10. Farming at Copmanhurst.

    HAVING experienced the worst season th the oldest resident here, the two inches of rain that fell last week was a very welcome visitation. Many cattle have died, and ...

    Article : 244 words
  11. Woogoolga.

    MINING.—The mines at Bucca Creek are progressing as well as can be expected. The prospectors (Taylor and party) have not been at work in the shaft owing to ...

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  12. Sugar-cane Pests in Queensland.

    THE cane planters of Northern Queensland have recently been holding a conference at Mackay. The subjects discussed were of a varied character. Amongst those, the ...

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    "ALLEGRETTO" writes in the Queenslander: We can endure a weather prophet who predicts storms, rain, drought, or even bush fires, but when "the only Wrugge" goes ...

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  14. Tobacco.

    OUR Ulmarra correspondent writes: "Farmers are all anxious to ascertain what crop can be grown profitably, and the opinion is given by experienced tobacco-growers that ...

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  15. Clarence P. and A Society.

    THE regular meeting of council was held on Tuesday. Present Messrs. T. Hadfield, V.P., (chair), Crispin, Hockey, M'Pherson, Harton, M'Phee, C. Page, Varley, Volckers, Maurice, ...

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  16. Rented Cane Lands.

    MR. T. W. CRAWFORD, writing from Mossman River, Port Douglas, says: I have noticed several paragraphs about farming on the "halves" and "thirds" principle in the ...

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    IN the discussion on the Goulburn-Crookwell line in the Assembly last week Mr. SEE said: I consider that this will be a good paying line. I think the House is justified in ...

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  18. The Samoans and Amusement.

    SAMOA seems to be going from bad to worse so far as the natives are concerned. Mr. C. M. Woodford, Acting Consul, says:—"The Samoans have during the last few years ...

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    THE BICYCLING WOMAN. — The Rev. Dr Hawthorne, of Atlanta, Georgia, is outspoken in his views concerning the knickerbockered lady on wheels. He thundered from his ...

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    NATIONAL FOOD SUPPLY.—Perhaps one of the most extraordinary conferences held within recent years connected with agriculture was that which took place at ...

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  21. St. Augustine of Canterbury.

    FOR all his self-denying work we owe to Augustine of Canterbury a deep debt of gratitude. But, like all men, he was by no means exempt from faults and errors. Towards the ...

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  22. Utilising Molasses.

    STOCK are fond of molasses, and in a season like this it could be used to much advantage for the cows. Where fodder has become so dry as to be almost innutritious, a ...

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    TRAM LINES FOR SUGAR CANE. — At Terranora, on the Tweed River, a line of tramway upwards of half a mile in length, was opened and tested in the presence of the ...

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    ON TUESDAY, before the P.M. An man and his wife, occupants of an old hut at South Grafton, were charged with drunkenness, and discharged on their ...

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    REGISTERED.—Last quarter there were registered at Grafton 89 births, 50 deaths, and 17 marriages. The deathrate is abnormally high, and exceeds that of the first six months ...

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    An average of 1,000 pigs are eaten in London daily. ...

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