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  2. INFLUENZA.

    CATARRHAL DISEASE in an epidemic form is generally designated by the title influenza, which in horses has come to mean a variety of affections for which no more convenient ...

    Article : 1,445 words
  3. POWER REQUIRED TO DRIVE MACHINERY.

    "How many pounds of steam does it take to turn your engine over without the machinery at work?" said one engineer to another recently. "Well I don't know," he replied; "about ...

    Article : 734 words
  4. DORKING FOWLS.

    IN this colony, as recent shows of the Brisbane Poultry Club have proved, there are not only some very fine specimens of the Dorking, but a breed of fowls many believe take ...

    Article : 1,109 words
  5. TO MAKE FARMING PAY.

    WE take the following sensible remarks on profitable forming from the Sydney Sporting Life:—Among the various sources of income to which our farmers have to trust, we must ...

    Article : 635 words
  6. LIFE AMONGST THE MORMANS.

    THE following extract is from a work recently published, and entitled, "Social life amongst the Mormons," by Samuel Bowles: "Polygamy introduces many curious ...

    Article : 2,238 words
  7. A PEOPLE LIVING WITHOUT MONEY.

    ACORRESPONDENT, writing from Salt Lake City, Utah, says: "You have tight money markets sometimes in the East. I have read of how semisavage nations 'barter.' I saw it cited, as a ...

    Article : 938 words
  8. PERIODIC PHENOMENA.

    CONSIDERABLE interest attaches to what may be termed the "periodic phenomena" of nature Of such a character are the appenrance and disappenrance of animals, as bats and badgers, ...

    Article : 865 words
  9. HOW HE FOUND THEM OUT.

    A WORD spoken at random has often proved of more utility than the best concorted plans; hence it happens that fools often prosper when men of talent fail. Here is an illustration: ...

    Article : 835 words
  10. LECTURE ON THE NEEDLE GUN.

    THE great intercst felt in this now famous needle-gun was manifested at the Crystal Palace on Saturday, July 21. Immediately after the concert was over, a stall in the centre transept, ...

    Article : 1,353 words
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