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  2. HOME DRESSMAKING.

    I DESIRE in these papers to give practical aid to those who through any circumstances, may not be able to procure instruction in Dressmaking, and who yet are willing to help ...

    Article : 1,392 words
  3. GRAFTON POLICE COURT.

    ON Tuesday, before the P.M. Arthur B[?]ncroft was summoned for shooting a protected bird, to wit, a Nankin crane. Mr. Everingham, for defendant, pleaded for ...

    Article : 377 words
  4. POULTRY NOTES.

    MANY a farmer who breeds his horses, cattle and pigs systematically, and realises that he had better give up breeding them than to let them breed hap-hazard, regards the "fowls" ...

    Article : 1,568 words
  5. TOWNSHIP SKETCHES.

    "DOOLEY, Dooley!" Mrs. Dooley was panting with her haste up the main street, and there was asperity in her tone, as her shrill voice echoed after the retreating ...

    Article : 1,485 words
  6. THE BUSINESS COW.

    THE profit of the dairy farmer lies in the economical production of milk, and cows are but machines which manufacture feed into the basis of butter and ch[?]ese (says the ...

    Article : 2,183 words
  7. AGRICULTURIST & GRAZIER.

    PERHAPS one of the most difficult matters to legislate for is that of noxious weeds or pests. Australia has nuisances in plenty, indigenous and introduced, and from these no industry ...

    Article : 599 words
  8. ACTION OF THE ULMARRA COUNCIL.

    MR. EDITOR.—Under the above heading, Mr. Turnbull, in reply to your Ulmarra correspondent's comments in connection with the decision of the Council in voting a sum of ...

    Article : 465 words
  9. A CURIOUS SIGHT.

    A CURIOUS and unusual sight was (says the Westminster Gazette) witnessed the other night in the West of London. Two gentlemen, one an American, and the other a ...

    Article : 311 words
  10. UTILISING THE BANANA FOR FOOD PURPOSES.

    IN a paper read before the Acclimatisation Society, Queensland, Mr. L. A. Bernays, C.M.G., F.L.S., details different methods of preparing tlie banana, both ripe and unripe. ...

    Article : 710 words
  11. PENNY POSTAGE.

    OUR Ulmarra correspondent writes: Some considerable time ago Mr. W. Capp introduced the subject of the necessity of a penny postage at a public meeting, and since then ...

    Article : 376 words
  12. The Butcher and the Parson.

    "WOOMERA" tells the following to the readers of the Australasian:—The poverty of some Church of England clergymen was strikingly brought before the public a little ...

    Article : 315 words
  13. CRICKET.

    AT a meeting of cricketers held at the School of Arts on Tuesday evening, Mr. J. G. Jackschon in the chair, it was decided to support the movement of the Council in their proposal ...

    Article : 223 words
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