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  2. Na[?]sovi Mill, Rewa River. VITI LEVU, FIJI.

    THIS mill is situated on the right-hand bank of the Rewa River, about 12 miles from the sen. There are seven entrances to the river, from road-steads formed by coral reefs, and navigation is ...

    Article : 1,432 words
  3. DISTRICT NEWS.

    A MOST influential and unanimous meeting was held this afternoon, in the Fernmount Hall, [?] the North Coast railway. Mr T. M'Kell, P.M., in the chair. After the subject had been discussed by ...

    Article : 535 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,126 words
  5. THE AGRICULTURIST AND GRAZIER

    FARMERS this year are experiencing the want of winter feed for their stock more severely than they have ever before felt it, and a large expenditure of cash, or drain upon their own grown produce, which ...

    Article : 409 words
  6. Letters to the Editor.

    SIR,—The decision arrived at by the South Grafton School of Art, viz., to furnish a room in which smoking and conversation may be carried on by its members, and to provide such games as chess, ...

    Article : 483 words
  7. A MODEL FARM FOR THE CLARENCE.

    IT was stated by Dr. Von Lendenfeld when here recently, as travelling lecturer for the Board of Technical Education, that the Board had in contemplation the work of establishing model farms in ...

    Article : 291 words
  8. History of the Bridal Veil.

    THE origin of the bride's veil has long been a matter of keen dispute, and is still an undecided question among antiquarians. Considering the prominence which is attached to this graceful article of finery ...

    Article : 1,187 words
  9. FARMING OPERATIONS.

    PLOUGHING is being carried out extensively, and though the season has been dry, farmers do not complain of the hardness of the ground. Many have the greater proportion of their land turned ...

    Article : 130 words
  10. WORKS AT THE CLARENCE HEADS.

    SIR.—I learn from a late issue of your paper that Sir John Coodo is to be retained to report on the works now going on at these Heads, and I do not think there is a single individual in this ...

    Article : 505 words
  11. SUGAR CRUSHING.

    THIS business is being vigorously proocoded with at most of the mills on the river. Those fields that were most affected by the frost have been operated upon first, in order to curtail the loss to the grower ...

    Article : 287 words
  12. TOP FODDER FOR HORSES STACKING FODDER

    FEW farmers seem to appreciate the value and economy in wintering horses on top fodder. Many let the best of forage go to waste, then buy hay to feed when they could make that much clear profit ...

    Article : 428 words
  13. DR. LENDENFELD'S LETTER.

    SIR.—In reply to my remarks on the above gentleman's lecture, pointing out the fallacy contained in the analogy between the Egyptians and ants, the doctor tries to be funny; but carefully avoids the ...

    Article : 501 words
  14. A Queer Superstition.

    ABRAM REED, a farmer living in Beaver township, pa., cut down a large oak tree on his farm, and in cutting it up he found, embedded in the trunk, seven or eight feet from the ground, a small glass ...

    Article : 327 words
  15. THE BENEFITS OF IRRIGATION.

    IN a speech at Albury last week the Hoon. F. A Wright thus referred to the irrigation question:— Irrigation is not a new subject: it is centuries old in Italy and India, and I should not like to attempt ...

    Article : 414 words
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